La Quinta Inn Sweetwater

Address: 500 NW Georgia Avenue, Sweetwater, Texas, 79556, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 500 NW Georgia Avenue, Sweetwater.
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      Travel Blogs from Sweetwater

      Day 2, 320 miles

      A travel blog entry by majorme on Mar 11, 2015

      9 photos

      ... much to see other than Mesquite, scrub evergreens and cactus. Lots of ranches with elaborate entrances off of the Hwy. You seldom see the ranch, but they spend thousands of dollars on the entrances made of ornate iron works, stone masonry, brick or timber. We didn't see much in the way of farming except for one field of cabbages and ...

      Hermleigh, Texas

      A travel blog entry by terrijohnson on Feb 12, 2014

      5 photos

      ... wind turbines and oil pumpers. The surrounding areas are expecting a large influx of people and industry in the near future. RV parks and motels are being built to try to place the incoming oil field workers. At the moment the rentals are very limited and very high priced.

      We are hoping to explore the surrounding areas for new adventures.

      To be continued....
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      Land of the Windy Giants

      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Jan 31, 2014

      6 photos

      ... kayaking on the Llano River from Robinson Park.
      The yellow rumped warbler, cedar waxwing, and others were beginning to
      make their appearance even though the weather has made things a little
      difficult for these creatures.

      We were also fortunate one day to
      spot a snipe on the river bank. Robert spotted it and took awhile to
      find it because it was so well hidden in the vegetation along the river
      bank. Robert ...

      Lake Colorado City State Park

      A travel blog entry by canchris04 on Jul 27, 2013

      12 photos

      ... a beautiful sunrise across the lake. We also walked through about a hundred spider webs. Scott wants to rename the lake to Lake Spider City. The lake was very low. So low that the floating dock was laying on the ground.

      We ate a nourishing breakfast of Lucky Charms and spent a few minutes on the playground before hitting the road ...

      An Army of Giants

      A travel blog entry by carolandgary on Mar 12, 2013

      2 photos

      When I was a child and my family would take car trips to various west coast locales, I would anthropomorphize the bobbing oil rigs into some kind of dinosaur horse getting long drinks of water.

      Apparently nothing has changed. On our drive today where the mission was just to get from point A to a mid-way to point B we saw an amazing sight, wind farms.

      There is no way to ...