Econo Lodge & Suites

Address: 4500 Highway 73 , Port Arthur, Texas, 77640, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 4500 Highway 73 , Port Arthur, is near Museum of the Gulf Coast and Tex Ritter Park.
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Travel Blogs from Port Arthur

The Longest Day Begins

A travel blog entry by traveled on Aug 23, 2014

... 5pm departure to about 9am arrival. Drinks with dinner were almost required [not really, but the flight attendant did ask everyone if they would like wine with their meals]. The flight meals also included what was to be the beginning of an endless stream of tea with milk and sugar available. Mmmm! Unable to sleep on the plane, we arrived at the international terminal in Heathrow.
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Just Making Miles

A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jul 09, 2014

... team in Olympic history), World Cup football simply holds too much of a sway over him. He's not sure what he will do in 2018 when the World Cup goes to Russia, or, even more ridiculous, to Qatar in 2022.

On to New Orleans, where Mark was 20 years ago and, based on that, he's told Milo alluring stories about alligator steak. Talk about ...

New Awlins: Too Hot to Handle

A travel blog entry by evieandstaci on Jun 24, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... 4. There are some apartments that have a 10-year waiting list for people interesting in moving in! In some cemeteries, they use an above-ground system. Basically, there’s a vault with two compartments, a lower section and an upper section. Because New Orleans gets so hot, the body/coffin is placed in the upper section, and after a year, it naturally cremates, at which point the remains are then moved to the lower section, and a new body/coffin ...

Houston to Winnie 120 miles

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Mar 14, 2014

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... lots of basic tables but all full with the locals. Our waitress Brittney (briitneee) was very nice but really into trying to figure out the puzzles on the Lone Star beer tops. We decided not to try the alligator tenders (maybe another time!) and settled for crab cake for Peter & grilled shrimp for me, all very good especially the baked potato. There was some strange stuff for sale in jars there that we passed on, don't want to try everything ...

Beaumont-Finally!!

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Mar 05, 2014

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... bring us to a sceeching halt for a time and so I started looking for a campground closer to Houston. Well, the GPS told us ETA in Beaumont would be about 5:30. Of course that would be straight driving and since we're older, we knew we would have to stop a couple of times, making ETA closer to 6pm. We decided to go for it.

We made our mandatory stop at Buckees and then since we had 32 ounce drinks, another stop to get rid of the drinks and switch drivers. ...