El Patio Inn

Address: 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

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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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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 ...

First time in San Angelo

A travel blog entry by schroederd on Oct 19, 2012

San Angelo is a larger town than we knew. There are many oil wells along the way. We chose to take US 67 all the way home because it leads to Midlothian. Had discovered that 67 runs all the way from Presidio to northern Illinois almost to the Wisconsin border. We tried to get a campsite in the State Park ...

Moseyin' Along

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

2 comments, 17 photos

Leaving Lubbock and heading southeast, this will be our last day in West Texas. We are going to San Angelo, just because... We are out of the flat-lands now and in what must be the beginning of the foothills, if they have those here. The manzanita bushes are growing into trees. The roads have narrowed with the onset of plants and trees.

San Angelo is ...