Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Ozona
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We drove from El Paso to Ozona which was a long drive. There are lots of days that maybe we only travel about a 100 miles. It was 330 miles this day. Texas is a big state. Had a hard time finding a place to stay though. There are a lot of oil ...
... do some shopping, more relaxing, have a glass of wine, more relaxing. We pulled into Circle Bar RV Park a little after 6:00. Anybody remember Tex’s RV Park in Green River, Wyoming? This place made Tex’s look like the Taj Mahal. But it’s only overnight, right? What could happen?
Wind. That’s ...
Well we got out of the hurricane areas (pretty much). Not much to write about today... We didn't even see much road kill... We did see a lot of mile post markers....Ya seen one ya seen um all!!
I got a couple of photos... No, not mile marker! But not much more interesting... lol
At least, I am out of the rest stop area ...
... after a lunch stop. Nice to see a quiet road again. A couple of climbs right off the highway. Then a run into a small town, "Iraan". Not sure how you pronounce it, but the high school had a sign stating their cross country team was state champs in '01, '02, and '03, so I'm sure it must be "I-ran" Population about 1200. Called Johann, who was behind me at this point, to tell him they had a grocery store, We needed some supplies. Leaving town there was ...
... road. Our cell phones no longer in service, (aren't we smart!) we waited....for awhile. Finally, officer Pietro of the TX highway patrol rolled up behind the bus. Lucky for us, the Texas highway patrol is more understanding about this sort of thing. After running our plates, checking our IDs and searching Paul for weapons - Officer Pietro drove us to the next exit and back to the car with a gas can. We are in Laredo now, hoping to cross the border today. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services