Hampton Inn Vernon Texas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Vernon Texas
Travel Blogs from Vernon
... temp was 99! It's now 101 as I write this and the wind is blowing across this crazy odd landscape at high speed. Dinner, I think, will consist of leftovers.....it's too darn hot to cook! Oh, and as a bonus, Walmart is right around the corner to restock all those necessities! Tomorrow we'll head toward Albuquerque....Go west young ...
... through Ft. Worth. It was a good driving day being Sunday, not too much traffic.
Not much to see except oil rigs. It was surprising that we didn't see any windmills. Texas is a wealthy state. As of 2010 it shares the top of the list of the most Fortune 500 companies with California at 57. And like Florida, no state tax. But it's BIG. It's ...
... pockets of copper deposits scattered throughout the area: great for horseback riding, hiking, swimming and just kicking back.
Back in the old boring real world, I’m still recovering from the Pittsburgh Marathon but starting to train for the NYC Marathon. It’s been hot hot hot in the Burgh. Like loss of 6 pounds in 5 miles hot. Looking forward to the Brentwood 5K on July 4th!
See you all in New Mexico. Planning to visit Walter ...
... all in one day. After sunset we went to a few hip rooftop bars on Sixth Street to celebrate Cinco De Mayo. On our way out of the giant state the next morning, we dove through Houston and decided to stop by NASA to see how they were doing. We went on the tour of mission control and the test facility for the O'Ryan space program. It was a privilege to see first hand the NASA staff at work on an upcoming project and a future mission. Texas, you've been great. ...
... and humidity at this time of year in the deep South. We are glad to be past it.
An interesting phenomena that we noticed is the flags. In the South, there were confederate flags everywhere, but here in Texas, the flags are for the U.S. and Texas. Along the highways, many businesses fly the flags and the flags are huge. Usually, the U.S. flag is higher than the Texas flag, as required, ...