El Patio Inn

1901 W Beauregard, San Angelo, Texas, 76901, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Angelo

Tom, Matthew and the Caverns

A travel blog entry by diannanash on Jul 14, 2014

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... of weather. The only bad part of the weekend has been the flights. My flight out to San Angelo was delayed for mechanical reasons. Going back to Des Moines, my flight to Dallas was delayed for over an hour which made me miss my connecting flight. So now I'm hanging out in Dallas for 5 hours in order to catch the last flight out of here for Des Moines. All in all, it was a really good ...

Riding

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Oct 19, 2013

4 photos

OK, so here the day is in a nutshell:

Before Bob could return the car this morning, he had to defrost the windows. The temperature dropped to about 30 last night. This morning as we were preparing to depart Lubbock, the temp was about 45. We left the campground about 9:45 and drove to the Flying J for gas and propane. Then we were on the road. San Angelo is about 200 miles south of Lubbock on US 87.

This part of Texas is considered ...

Moving' West

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Oct 07, 2013

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... watch a little football, and generally chill. Now were going to push west toward New Mexico. We're going to miss the International Hot Air Extravaganza we had planned to go to in Albuquerque, since we didn't realize it's a huge deal and you have to make reservations a year ahead of time to get anywhere close to the events. I suppose it's like Burning Man in Nevada (Utah?) so we're going to the Carlsbad Caverns with the hope that it's not closed with this ...

First time in San Angelo

A travel blog entry by schroederd on Oct 19, 2012

... Nasworthy, but it was full because it is the weekend. We found a RV park just outside the State Park which was very nice. All the RV parks are full of oilfield workers. It is really booming all along this area for oil wells. We saw some really nice deer in the park. Even a nice buck. Heading home ...

Moseyin' Along

A travel blog entry by john.and.becky on Mar 20, 2012

2 comments, 17 photos

... little city of about 100,000, settled after Fort Concho was built to protect the frontier settlers. The Concho River winds through town, with O.C. Fisher Reservoir at the north end and Lake Nasworthy on the south. We stayed at an RV Park on Lake Nasworthy that was thick with some type of oak trees (I think). With the green grass and trees, next to ...