Homewood Suites by Hilton Lubbock

Address: 5320 West Loop 289, Lubbock, Texas, 79424, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5320 West Loop 289, Lubbock, is near National Ranching Heritage Center, Science Spectrum Museum, Museum of Texas Tech University, and The Rawls Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Lubbock

    Sir Paul

    A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Oct 02, 2014

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    It's been around twenty years since we have been to Lubbock so it is time for a return visit and attending the Paul McCartney Out There concert is the perfect excuse.

    But before we got to Lubbock today, we stopped to visit and have lunch with some of our favorite people. Kay, Ron and Deborah took the time to have lunch with us at Leal's …

    Strolling Down Memory Lane

    A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Oct 03, 2014

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    After sleeping in so long that we missed the hotel breakfast and after letting Philip get some work done online, it was after twelve by the time we left the hotel. Our first stop was the newer location of Orlando's Pizza. Orlando's had the best delivery pizza when we were Tech students, and they didn't disappoint us today. The service was a little …

    The Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia

    A travel blog entry by kylendawson on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... Serbs held fast to their Christianity; however, much of the population living in Bosnia converted to Islam. For centuries, these fractured ethnic groups lived under the brutal oppression of the Austrian-Hungarians or the Ottomans, gaining independence every now and then, and always longing for a great country to call their own. After WWI ended in 1918, the map of Europe was redrawn by the victorious Allies. The nation of Yugoslavia was created in order ...

    Why the Balkans?

    A travel blog entry by kylendawson on Jun 28, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... used alien words like Croat and Serb, Sarajevo and Kosovo, ethnic cleansing and genocide.  The news footage was like seeing scenes from another world.  For whatever reason, those scenes have always stayed me.  I've always wanted to experience this place. Winston Churchill once said, "The Balkans create more history than it can consume,"  and I'm ready to be a consumer of that surplus of history. Why the Balkans? Why not the ...

    New Mexico!

    A travel blog entry by tiggerai on Jun 13, 2015

    Saturday morning was a reasonably leisurely morning in Lubbock, before setting off just over the state border into New Mexico.

    A few cells popped and had a go, but just couldn't get their asses in gear, and started to go outflow dominant (Updraft Puking again!). We did however go Hail hunting and manage to get into some ping pong / walnut size hail. The sound it makes bouncing off the van and the Polycarbonate roof is ...

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