Inn of the South Plains

Address: 310 Avenue Q, Lubbock, Texas, 79415, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 310 Avenue Q, Lubbock, is near Buddy Holly Center, Buddy Holly Statue and West Texas Walk of Fame, and Llano Estacado Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Lubbock

So long familia!

A travel blog entry by chaceyfay on Dec 21, 2014

... her around the house. Thanks so much auntie!

  • I said all my goodbyes, then headed for the gas station.
  • I got to Chevron, filled up my gas tank, bought plenty of snacks, and some ice.
  • Now I'm off and headed on the road!
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  • Helping out the family!

    A travel blog entry by chaceyfay on Dec 18, 2014

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    • I slept in pretty late and missed breakfast, whoops!
    • Over the next couple days and helped at my aunt and cousins with their renovations on their house. Fixing up the backyard, repairing the guest bathroom, and cleaning out the insanely packed garage was what my days consisted of.
    • We had great meals from barbecue, to pastas, to Chinese food, it was all delicious!
    • It was a great time being here with family!
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    Secure7mac

    A travel blog entry by george6jon on Nov 19, 2014

    ... have is passed how cold or hot it actually is. By providing T-shirts, polo shirts, jumpers and hoodies, your employees can be comfortable and adequately heated. 7. Excellent quality workwear serves up its own variety of added advantages, like saving you money in the long term. For illustration, employees with information work opportunities are likely to get a hold of their dresses utilized or torn ultimately. ...

    Texas Tech University

    A travel blog entry by leftylucyb on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... on the tour. it was a pretty nice school overall.

  • After the tour, we set up our stand and sold our Unorthodox apparel. It was a great day for sales. These Texas people really enjoyed our northern California style, we made $650 dollars on the day.
  • that night we stuck to the bread and lunch meet we had left over from a couple of days ago.
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  • Mom & Dad leave for Norway, July 6, 2013

    A travel blog entry by clayenger on Jul 06, 2013

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    My grandfather, Clayton E. Enger, often spoke of his proud Norwegian heritage. He was in his retirement years before he and my grandmother, Merle Howard Enger, visited there. I'm told his grandparents migrated to the United States in the late 1800s before they were married. He grew up in the central Texas Norwegian ...