Hampton Inn Pecos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Pecos
... it took far longer to load and get road ready. “Done” always seems to come in layers. There’s “I think I’m done”. Then there’s “I’m done”. Then there’s “I’m ready to go.” And finally, after gathering all the forgotten things, it’s “get in. I’m starting the car”.
So, by the time it was “get in”. It was 2 am and ...
We stopped in Pecos, TX which touts itself as the home of the first Rodeo. The countryside is vastly different from the Big Bend country we came from as there are no mountains or hills. This is oil country and everyone around here works for the oil industry it seems. Interesting place and just another short stop along our ...
Feb 11 – Needles, CA to Benson, AZ
With intent to drive as far as we could on our long drive to Fort Worth, we departed Needles early. The skies were cloudy and soon turned to misty rain with dropping temperatures. Not very good sight seeing weather. However most of the interesting topography was all over by the time we got to Parker, AZ, driving a narrow two lane highway about 60 miles south of Needles. After that ...
San Antonio was beautiful. The hotel kind of stunk but we got comped a couple of the nights. :)
We walked all over. It was cool because there was a anime convention in town and there were so many people walking around dressed up. We went on a trolley tour and learned so much.
It was great meeting up with my friend, Jana because we had never met before. :)
The Alamo was so cool. Amazing seeing it for real. This whole trip is so dream like. it is wonderful to see how the landscape ...
... today. We passed many oil wells and a wind farm.
We stopped in Wink, TX at the Roy Orbison Museum, where he was born. It was much less than we expected. The door was locked, City Hall was a few doors down and they said that they would come down and open it for us if we wanted them to. We declined.