El Patio Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Angelo
... Fort Worth...that was just chaos. I hate city driving. I tried to stop for lunch at Chik-fil-a but apprently so did every other resident of texas so I gave up that dream. I got on Highway 77...or maybe it was 277... i don't remember but it took me from Dallas to San Angelo... that drive was pretty cool. There were barely any other cars and the speed limit was 75 down this long mostly straight road, it was a fun drive. There was a huge field of ...
Sorry that this is a day late. There was no wifi service at San Angelo State Park. Tom and I got up and changed yet another tire before leaving on our journey. We are getting really good at it. Maybe we have another profession that we can fall back on if the teaching gig doesn't work out. We had a nice drive up Highway 277 into San Angelo. There were two entrances into the state park and I had looked up ...
I came to San Angelo for the first time this weekend to visit my husband who is in school @ Goodfellow AFB for a few months. This is a nice little town. Not too much to do here in town but our little excursions were fun. The caverns were beautiful. So far, its the warmest cave I've been in. It is definitely worth exploring if you're in the area. I got my picture taken in front of Matthew ...
... and believe me there is nothing for miles. There was a song in the 60's called I CAN SEE FOR MILES AND MILES and we absolutely could. The towns are miles (sometimes 30) apart with acres of cotton fields between the towns.
For one stretch of about 20 miles, we drove past hundreds of wind turbines. They were also erecting new electric lines. At one place, I saw them using a helicopter placing the lines on the top of the tower.
Left San Antonio - great stop to see Jay, Rachel and Mitchell - had dinner with them at Longhorn Steak house in the evening. Jay drove me around to try to get my phone fixed (thanks to the Tufie), but all we could find was off-track shops staffed by Koreans (Taiwanese?) who spoke marginal English, and didn't get any of my jokes, the worst offense of all. No go on the phone.
The Admiralty RV park was beautiful, and gave us a chance to regroup, do ...