Knights Inn Eagle Pass

2297 Del Rio Blvd, Eagle Pass, Texas, 78852, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2297 Del Rio Blvd, Eagle Pass.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Eagle Pass

A Day in Hill Country

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 20, 2013

8 comments, 24 photos

... Sharp blotches of color against the limestone cliffs and green trees of the little valley. All of a sudden we were in wonderland. The red, orange and yellow trees threw irregular patterns of color up against the cliffs. Individual trees glowed intensely in a single hue. I followed the trail into a maple forest that had visitors speaking in whispers it was so awe inspiring. I knew maple trees from the western Virginia Fall display, but ...

Grand Canyon capers

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jul 14, 2010

4 photos

... less commercial or flogged of the two. The views are supposed to be more spectacular from the south but the crowds are reported to be typical American icon numbers. We therefore restricted our Canyon capers to the North Rim.

We found a secluded campsite just outside the Park and spent two more nights by ourselves. In fact, most night for several weeks have been at no reward to the US government. We are spending less $’s to live than we would back in OZ at the moment. ...

ABOUT MEXICO and CONGRATULATIONS TO MY SON AND LIS

A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Apr 05, 2007

1 comment, 7 photos

... I DID NOT GO AND SEE IT. THE TWO BIGGEST VOLCANOES IN THE WORLD ARE JUST OUTSIDE OF MEXICO CITY - THE BOTH HAVE TONGUE TWISTER NAMES THAT I CANNOT REMEMBER OR PRONOUNCE. YOU COULD VERY EASILY SEE THE VOLCANOES FROM MEXICO CITY IF THE AIR WAS CLEAR - WHICH IT IS NOT. SO MOST OF THE TIME YOU CANNOT SEE THE VOLCANOES FROM MEXICO CITY BECAUSE OF THE POLLUTION. THERE ARE ENGLISH SPEAKING ...

Our Lady of Refuge

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 19, 2006

2 photos

... to Hold 'Em Back'

Albert Ellis is a rancher who lives on the border. He said he approved of zero tolerance, and believed it made more sense than building a wall along the border.

"Actually, some of the ranchers don't care much for the fence 'cause their cattle drink out of the Rio Grande," he said. "The fence ain't going to hold 'em [illegal immigrants] back, but that detention center will hold back some."

But others on the front lines said this ...

Cristo Rey

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 16, 2006

5 photos

... It was a warehouse-style store with groceries, electronics, clothing and everything inbetween. Lots of everything, including pre-Christmas shoppers!


The border crossing is always interesting to us. We got through faster this time, fortunately, though we still stalled idling in bridge traffic for 20+ minutes. Tomorrow's post will explain some of those ...