El Campo Inn

Address: 210 W Highway 59, El Campo, Texas, 77437, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 210 W Highway 59, El Campo, is near Tee Pee Motel.
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Travel Blogs from El Campo

Bunratty to Texas

A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 14, 2015

Day Ten began with a delicious breakfast and
then the short drive to Shannon Airport to drop the rental car and begin
the process of going home.



Weather was just delightful the whole trip with the exception of the fog
and chill over Connor Pass. We understand that weather was unpleasant
both before and after we were ...

Travel, travel, travel

A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 06, 2015

D-I-L and grandson drove us to Bush International in Houston
(after a wee detour to retrieve G's forgotten hearing aids) and then
they headed for Boerne, Texas to attend family graduations. The flights
to Newark and then on to Shannon were uneventful. Sound didn't work on
G's movies but oh ...

Yee Haw we are in Texas!

A travel blog entry by courtrand on Dec 24, 2008

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... they suggested we stay in the Tee-pee hotel in WhartonTX, where all of the rooms are in Indian tee-pees. Sounded very cool and we decided to make it a night there. The tee-pee motel looked so cool from the outside but once we got in the room, what a disappointment! We had expected the rooms to have a cool American Indian authenticity and ...

Away from the concrete

A travel blog entry by malbet on Feb 13, 2008

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... have a race of course. Although the Thornleys kept changing the rules - we were gracious in defeat. With aching arms and wet bums we lifted the canoes out onto dry land and walked back to the RV. On the way we met another host who carved humming birds to sell, so with two birds and one duck and two trolleys of logs we headed back for our supper. So a feast under the stars with a roaring log fire ...

Karma and the unknown

A travel blog entry by cori on Mar 05, 2007

... plane to San Jose...I decided to get a coffee. Half awake, I scan the menu (as I always do) then order a plain ol cup of Jo (as I do), then glance down at the counter to discover a 5, wait, no, a 50 dollar bill!!!! A sudden moment of panic....do I pick it up?..keep it?...turn it in? Will it give me bad karma for my trip if I take it? OH Hell. I picked it up of course, then decided to hang around for ...