Econo Lodge

Address: 1601 W. Broadway St., Van Horn, Texas, 79855-0669, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1601 W. Broadway St., Van Horn.
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      Travel Blogs from Van Horn

      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by aline052 on Jan 26, 2014

      ... follow you no matter what you are doing. As luck would have it we found an rv park that had all services including wifi, laundry and cable but we forgot to check out the train tracks so there have been a few trains this evening maybe there won't be any over night. So Stan gets to catch up on some of his reality shows. Laundry is all done. I have updated this site so now I will go catch up on Corrie as I am 2 weeks behind. Good night all.


      West Texas - the middle of nowhere

      A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Oct 22, 2013

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... research tells me that I was almost right. It was first manned by Company H of the First US Infantry for the protection of the freight wagon trains, and later by the 9th Cavalry to protect the early settlers from Indian Hostility.

      We took a side trip south of I-10 into the “mountains” and on our way back we saw a real live roadrunner. It was running across the road in front of our car. He was way to fast for a photo op, but I was ...

      Driving to Sierra Blanca

      A travel blog entry by slhodge78 on Aug 30, 2013

      4 photos

      ... for gas. We were not low on gas yet, but it is important to keep a full tank in West Texas. The towns can be 100+ miles apart and you don't want to run out 50 miles from the nearest gas station.

      Mountains started appearing on the horizon, which isn't something we see everyday in Central Texas. The interstate is cut through rock in some places so that cliffs of stone rise up on either side. A couple of these ...

      Around to Van Horn

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 11, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... man strong, to bring Villa to justice. Six months was spent forming the troop under General Pershing and galloping around Northern Mexico, before the cavalry returned and shipped out to the fields of Northern France.

      I was struck yet again with how much Texas looks like Uruguay -- the fences, the rolling grasslands, the cattle, the windmills -- and now a mountain called Animas (actually in New Mexico -- a hill of the same name could be seen ...

      By the Time I Get to Phoenix

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 16, 2012

      6 photos

      ... man left standing by the pump. He waits; I guess they didn’t pay, just walked around inside, or took a potty break. The lone man rolls his eyes and shakes his head; mime-faces an apology to me.

      The women saunter out, still haven’t paid, the man is gesturing, one ambles back inside, the others talk, and piddle, leaning on the van. Finally the pump is on, the tank is ...