Fairfield Inn Texas City

Address: 10700 Emmett F. Lowry Expressway, Texas City, Texas, 77591, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 10700 Emmett F. Lowry Expressway, Texas City, is near Haak Vineyard and Winery, Inc. and Gulf Greyhound Park.
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Travel Blogs from Texas City

Shoot em- Shoot em!!!

A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jul 02, 2015

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... Life Refuge. It spanned nearly all the way to Lafayette LA from Baton Rouge. In my mind all I could hear was Shoot em Shoot em!! (Swamp People Show) out of the swamp. There were lots of flat bottom boats in the water. They must have been gator hunting.

The ride was great and I put 145 miles on before I stopped for breakfast in Beaumont TX. I had a great talk with a real cowboy. He worked in ND, Wyoming, Montana, AZ, and TX. I told him I ...

Twas the night before Amarillo...

A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jun 21, 2015

... in my bag.

Justin has set the Yeti [a wonderful wedding present from our best man] up with ice and our road trip essentials, water, Monster [him], Code Red Mountain Dew [Me], HEB cane sugar coke [Him], and Dragon Fruit Vitamin water [me]. We have essential road trip snacks such as trail mix, granola, and beef jerky.

We have our stuff for camping ready.... Our... SO NOT FIFTEEN MINUTES TO SET UP tent, ...

Houstonians for 2 weeks

A travel blog entry by bill_and_dessa on Nov 09, 2014

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... site helped), I should have paid a little more attention to its location relative to the things we were going to want to do. It would have saved us a lot of time driving back and forth across Houston almost every day.

And there was lots to do...some of it even free. Once the weather warmed up we packed a picnic and went biking around Hermann Park and the local trail system. We took advantage ...

Carnival Magic

A travel blog entry by hvincent on Feb 02, 2014

... they were selling and much was made out of bottle caps, and woven from yarn are tight thread of some sort. Some men even had items made from bottle caps and the snaps off of beer or coke cans. We felt they collect them from the garbage then use them to make items to sell. This in all really made us appreciate our America that we live in. I gave four children walking on the side of the road each a dollar to take a picture with me. Their little faces were so ...

Melting pot...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Apr 22, 2011

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... houses a dark room. Your eyes adjust and a glass chapel encases 13th century art with the perfect amount of lighting to showcase it's magnificent beauty. It's such an ironic blend of old vs new but it works beautifully. That was a delightful surprise. The Rothko Chapel was the complete opposite of "Wow." It's more like, "Huh?" Keep in mind we had no idea what it was meant to represent and in hindsight, I get it. I'm not familiar with Rothko's work but in this ...