Hampton Inn Van Horn

Address: 1921 SW Frontage Road, Van Horn, Texas, 79855, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1921 SW Frontage Road, Van Horn.
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      Travel Blogs from Van Horn

      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by aline052 on Jan 26, 2014

      ... or veins of something that might look neat polished. Won't know until I try. Doesn't everybody bring rocks home from their holiday.

      We left new Mexico and crossed into Texas. El Paso is really a big city now. Juarez looks very depressing across the border. We may cross over into Mexico at some point but it won't be Juarez. Been there, did that 20 years ago and Juarez has gotten a much worse reputation. One thing for sure, there ...

      West Texas - the middle of nowhere

      A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Oct 22, 2013

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... sage growing out of the rocks, and a crown of yellow stone up near the top. The further west we went the dryer the ground appeared. At first it had a light green cover. That gave way to yellow grass and finally to rocky sand, tan in color, with cacti and sage bushes, some silver green and others brown as they were dead or dying. I expected to see a lot of oil wells, but we only saw a few pumps, some hammering up and down in their now familiar rhythmic motion ...

      Around to Van Horn

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 11, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... albeit on a much smaller scale. The two languages are used interchangeably everywhere, though Spanish predominates. The center piece of the town is this surreal bridge between the two countries, jealously guarded by Customs Agents, which spans a dry river bed any child could cross with ease.

      The forecast for the day was bitter cold with wind. The prediction came true -- but luckily the wind was out of the West and gave my gas mileage a huge ...

      By the Time I Get to Phoenix

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 16, 2012

      6 photos

      ... trees quirked and crooked in strange survival shapes. Each should have a website of its own, I think! And then I get to flat. It’s dry and sparse, nothing here to stop the wind.

      I’m needing gas, one lone station near an oil-well pump, so desolate it doesn’t even advertise its brand, or price. A fancy van is stopped in front of me. Four women slowly chat their way ...

      Discovering even more national treasures…

      A travel blog entry by ceseal on Nov 18, 2011

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... Point and, finally, Mather Point at the Visitor Center) not wanting to miss a thing. It is just an incredible "grand" experience. Sara’s vertigo kicked in at one point when she saw people standing out on rocks where a little stumble could send them plummeting 5000 feet. She almost jogged the half mile to the Yavapai Geology Museum which is purported to provide most outstanding view of ...