Guesthouse Inn Oso Blanco Lodge

Address: South Highway 83, Zapata, Texas, 78076, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Yunogo Onsen area of Zapata.
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        Hot, Hot, Hot!!!

        A travel blog entry by luluandal on Jul 08, 2012

        2 comments, 19 photos

        ... was San Ygnacio, about 20 minutes North.San Ygnacio, originally a Mexican pueblo, was founded in 1830, making it the oldest town in Zapata County. It was named for the patron saint of Guerrero, Saint Ignatius Loyola. Multiple small battles were fought near the town in both Mexican and American teriitory.
        San Ygnacio was to be included along with other towns flooded ...

        Jim & June's Odyssey 090216

        A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Feb 16, 2009

        ... We drove around the park without stopping and left town. A hour later we came to a charming little town called Zepata. You could tell that it was a more affluent community by the several beautiful houses along the main route and the recently established oil related businesses including National Oilwell, Schlumbergers, drilling companies, Vacume/Pressure trucks, etc. Luckily we found a respectable RV park (Stinson's) just outside of the town ...

        Friday June 23

        A travel blog entry by trialsrider on Jul 22, 2006

        1 comment, 10 photos

        I had checked Jon Dee Graham's website while planning my trip to Austin, so I knew that The Resentments as well as Jon Dee were playing at Threadgill's World Headquarters as part of the annual KGSR Fan Drive. I would have to leave early in order to get there in time for The Resentment's set at noon, but it turned out to not be a problem. Friday morning I woke up at 4am so I went ahead and got up and put everything into the truck that I had packed the night before. I was on ...

        Sunday Round Two

        A travel blog entry by trialsrider on Feb 12, 2006

        1 comment

        Sunday February 12, 2006 Sunday morning was even colder than Saturday. Mark Hanson told me he saw 24 degrees on the very accurate digital thermometer in his Toyota pickup truck. I believed it as I had passed frozen puddles in the bar ditches on the way to the park. Today we would be riding three loops of eight sections that were different than the ones from Saturday. The loop would be shorter, but the sections would be more difficult. Today I would get the bike going earlier and try to ...

        Saturday Round One

        A travel blog entry by trialsrider on Feb 11, 2006

        ... Section two was even worse as I stalled the bike and took a five on a section I should have been able to clean. I finally made my first clean of the day on section three. "Thanks, I really needed that", I told the judge as he punched my score card. I was feeling better now, but stalled the bike again on section four. Things weren't looking so good now! I turned in a good ride on section five and told the judge, "Consistency is not my middle name!" Six was down in the dry creek bed as ...