Econo Lodge Hillsboro
Travel Blogs from Hillsboro
... property is full of permanent resident mobile homes and campers.
It is colder here than we had hoped, but we can stay in on the cold days and go exploring on the nicer days. We were thrilled that we missed the Dallas ice storms. We hear constantly that Texas is having the worst winter in memory. The ice storms last for days and even a week or longer. Highways have been shut down ...
... photo shows another recipient family inside the Habitat For Humanity frame. The families who receive the Habitat homes go through extensive screening, and once selected, are required to attend training sessions in home maintenance and financial planning. The homes are not "free"; rather, are built basically at-cost, with no profit for anyone. All the work is done by volunteers. The owners purchase the home through a no-interest loan.
Our Hill Country weekend began Thursday night at the Baylor / Oklahoma football game at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco. Our Bears broke open a close game late in the first half and ran away with a convincing 41-12 win over the Sooners in front of a sold out crowd and nationally televised audience.
Our fellow travelers for the weekend, Barry and Sylvia from Magnolia, were seeing parts of Texas for the first time. Sylvia was attending her first college football game
... what was up. He came over and took care of everything. Now we will see how good Geico ins is, because here it is not no fault. Will post some pics. Decided to head for a campground that is American Legion, well it is the worst campground that we have ever stayed in. Not going to name it on here but if you would like to know send me a private message. Writing this and going to bed and wake up to a new day. Things always get better!!!! ...
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Up very early this morning to plan my trip. I wanted to plan to stay off of I-30. I found a route and ask the lady at the desk how to get to the highway from there. Well she was sweet but sure over did it a bit. Anyway turns out I-30 was an great way to go for a while. It wasn't busy at all so the need for speed just wasn't there. The drive reminded me of Ontario a bit. Lots of trees on both sides of the road. I ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility