Executive Inn Mineral Wells

Address: 2809 Highway 180 W, Mineral Wells, Texas, 76067-8230, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2809 Highway 180 W, Mineral Wells, is near Brazos River.
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    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... the water and the more she drank, the better she became. During those years, Mineral Wells became a destination for people much like Hot Springs, AR. There is also a very large hotel (currently only a shell), the Baker. It dominates the scenery. After drinking of the water, we drove through Cool and Millsap, TX. Both of these towns are like "Don't blink" towns. By the time we arrived back on I-20, it was getting close to lunch time and we had decided to eat at Natty ...

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    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jun 23, 2014

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    Yesterday we drove up to Mineral Wells, TX with mom & dad. The main objective was to visit Clark Gardens. We did accomplish that today, but not as good as I had hoped. It rained this morning and the trails were muddy, although the sun was out by the time we arrived, and it was difficult for daddy to walk them. We had brought a wheel chair for him to use if necessary, but with the muddy puddles, it was not easy to push him around. We did ...

    East and South

    A travel blog entry by hamlin-hart on Apr 12, 2014

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    Sad day - We departed. The Angels headed East 400+ miles and the children headed south for their 700 mile journey back home to south Texas. Wendi and I went to the Carlsbad Caverns first thing this morning. Park opens at 8am and we took the first elevator down the 750ft cavern. Words and the couple photos that turned out just don't do it justice. We hadn't been there since we were very little. We walked one cavern, which was a ...

    The Crazy Water Made 'em Come

    A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... paid for a $70 Texas State Park pass. This pass waives the entrance fees to the parks, which can be up to $7 per person in addition to the camping fees. The camping fees were $26 per night. We would have stayed longer but they were sold out for the weekend. The park is just a one hour drive from Ft. Worth.

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    Enroute

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Oct 14, 2013

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    ... the refrigerator 35, so guess it worked and we were safer not driving with the propane on.

    The campground is not exactly in Mingus, it is just off I-20. The park is OK, not large, gravel sites, sat elite only in certain sites (and extra, I think). There are concrete patios, but since we pulled up far enough that we are right by the hook-ups, we're not at the patio. It rained here also and there are a few puddles around. The pool is very nice, although ...