Holiday Inn-Brownsville

Address: 3777 North Expressway, Brownsville, Texas, 78520, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3777 North Expressway, Brownsville, is near Gladys Porter Zoo and Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Site.
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      Travel Blogs from Brownsville

      The Road Goes on Forever, and the Party Never Ends

      A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 02, 2014

      17 photos

      ... if you have a bunch of empty space on a long, boring, straight road it’s always a good to throw up some reading material to keep people from falling asleep. My favorite one pronounced the following: “If the US military is strong, the world remains a safe place. If the US military becomes week, the world will descend into anarchy.” The spelling mistake was included free of charge. In central Kansas I drove through the Flint Hills, a massively empty expanse of ...

      Calling all bird lovers

      A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow on Apr 05, 2014

      1 comment, 42 photos

      WOW! great beach, that dogs on leash can go on (22miles of it), great birding, good places to eat, lots of places to hike, bike, and a paddle trail as well. sounds like florida, huh? the climate is a lot like the keys, however, it's at least half the price. we stayed at a koa, but the county park is right on the beach and one can stay there for $500. a month, with full hook ups! in the keys that would pay for a ...

      PARADISE LOST

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Apr 05, 2014

      6 comments, 6 photos

      ... more burning and more digging and more
      cutting then it had seemed all of the other ones had needed all together.
      Anyways, it is all done now and she supplied me with a tube of cream and 7
      pills to take each day for a week, to ward off any infections that may arise.
      Anyways the total cost for everything was $200.00, which would have been a
      whole lot more at home, as it is considered cosmetic surgery.



      The days have worn through and we ...

      THE RIO GRANDE' VALLEY, A PLACE TO EAT

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Mar 24, 2014

      6 comments, 10 photos

      ... down places on the Texas side that did not recover from the
      floods of a few years back after the hurricane. This is also a major crossing
      for illegals, and the Border Patrol is out in force, and you can see the paths
      along the shore line where the would be new Americans come down to the shore
      and swim the 100’ across the slow moving and warm Rio Grande River. According
      to you guide there are approximately 1235 illegals, that is somewhere above
      ...

      We did it!

      A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Feb 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... what the term for people who didn’t grow up in the circus is. She said it was "gadjes" (non-gypsy). There are plenty of us on the show, I think, but the nice thing is that whether you’re a First of May or 12th generation, we’re all working together toward the same goal. I love listening to the stories from people who have ...