Hampton Inn Alpine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Alpine
... it fixed quickly and then we had to wait for 1/2 hour or so before someone could ring us up. When that was done, I needed to buy some cat litter. I ran into the store and found a small bag of litter to freshen up Burby's box. I went back to the automotive department to pay and the girl had gone on a lunch break! I had to truck back up to the front (we had to check out of the campground by 2:00) to pay. I lucked out and there was no ...
... It will be so much fun to stay in touch!
One thing Mom and Dad have discovered....we will need to DIET after this trip! Your routine on the train is eat and sit, eat and sit and take advantage of every stop offering a fresh air break!
We are so proud of Kallen. He is such an awesome traveler; coloring, singing songs, playing games and watching out the windows to pass time!
... in our world travels. It's always cool to meet people and learn from them.
We wander through the ghost town, check out the old general store, and have a drink on the front porch. Like most of Texas, it's very remote and barren. And there are people here...so they congregate. People were hanging out on the front porch socializing. It did seem to be the kind of place where, if you lived there, you knew everyone.
We head north from ...
... the National Park.
Lajitas – This used to be an Army post and a border crossing. The town was bought in 2008 and now it is a resort with river running, golf, tennis, horseback riding, fitness facility, star gazing and cute shops in the Adobe style. The Barton Warnock Visitor Center is located here which showcases the Chihuahuan Desert. If you have a Texas State Park Pass you can get in free here, the fort and the ...
... the car – some really big hills up and down!
Drove to the Fort Davis Historic Site. Took the tour with the officer's wife and servant. Saw the houses on Officers’ Row, and then the Hospital. The mountains were beautiful, and a different kind of rock from the mountains near Indian Lodge.
Got dinner at the Stone Village Market – roast chicken, multigrain fresh bread, broccoli salad. Went back to our room for a ...