Hampton Inn Alpine

Address: 2607 West Highway 90, Alpine, Texas, 79830, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 2607 West Highway 90, Alpine.
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    Travel Blogs from Alpine

    Day Two in Big Bend

    A travel blog entry by tbasler on May 04, 2015

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    ... the most stunning drives, from the desert floor through cactus to trees and beautiful mountain vistas. We had the most delicious lunch in the lodge. Unbelievably delicious soups, cream of mushroom and chicken rice. We thought maybe the best we've ever had. We drove part of the River Road a really good Jeep road but a 5 hour commitment for the whole ...

    On to the Mountains!

    A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... from the front office, then stopped by Bryan’s Poco Taco on the way out for breakfast tacos. Nice family-owned place across from the square. Drove onward through Eldorado, Menard, and Mason. Stopped by Fort Mason in Mason. Robert E. Lee was at Fort Mason for a time, as was Albert Sydney Johnston. Inside the fort was an informative self guided museum of an officer’s quarters. It was quiet and peaceful at the fort, which was ...

    Look to the stars.

    A travel blog entry by patsbike on Apr 20, 2014

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    ... of city lights. There are at least 4 telescopes at the observatory. The Hobby reflective telescope is one of the 4 and is tied with one in South Africa for being the largest.
    We had an awesome tour guide who took us through the entire process showing us how they move ...

    Digging up Dom

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 12, 2014

    43 photos

    ... there is water there is life, though, and the Rio Grand river is the
    area's life line.

    Everyone here is really friendly, and we have hardly met anyone in Marfa who is from Marfa. This town exists it seem because of the Chinati foundation and the jobs that have trickled from the people who come to work for it. There isn't much else here but because this foudation brings a certain cultural mind set there are odd things you wouldn't ...

    River Scenic Road and driving to Alpine

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Mar 25, 2013

    20 photos

    ... miles in on a dirt road. Needless to say we did not drive in.

    Presidio - This was a Spanish settlement and it still is. It is in the mountain area of Texas with a major border crossing. There used to be a lot of water here with the Rio Grande and the Rio Conchos Rivers meeting here but with all the dams this is another spot that is dry. Yet, as you drive along you see areas that get flooded up to five feet all along ...