Knights Inn San Marcos

801 N I H 35, San Marcos, Texas, 78666, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 801 N I H 35, San Marcos, is near San Marcos Prime Outlets, San Marcos River, Aquarena Center, and Wonder World Park.
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Travel Blogs from San Marcos

Week 11 - Iowa State at Texas

A travel blog entry by jasonandjanell on Nov 10, 2012

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... a few beers, a breakfast burrito, and a brisket sandwich before having to head off to the game. I had several Texas fans tell me that it normally is a bit more lively when the game starts later in the day. The stadium really isn't in a great location for prime tailgating, as it is surrounded by other buildings. The campus is just north of the state capital building, and every parking lot in that part of town had a tailgate going on in it, but ...

BBQ in Austin, TX, yea!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on Jul 30, 2012

... dogs go there), and then took me Canoeing in the river and thought I was crazy when I decided I was going to jump in… maybe I am a bit crazy! Then he took me to a few bars, we got some takeaway beers and went to a lookout over the city (aka a hike to a cliff)… I fell asleep on the cliff and apparently went to roll over the edge while I was sleeping… so we hiked back down breaking my thong (flip flop) in the process and called it a ...

The Commencement of Central America

A travel blog entry by realitycanwait on May 18, 2012

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One week ago, we graduated from college and said goodbye to our favorite city in the world - Austin, TX. This is where it all started: the friendship, the idea, and the planning.

Tomorrow the month long adventure begins. Beaches, volcanoes, ...

Is This the Way To Amorillo?

A travel blog entry by avalonakasha on Aug 02, 2011

... us the way.

We got the bus to the mall and I bought a new hat and some new shoes. Kt later on told me something that I had suspected….Robert was homeless. He was such a nice guy. We bought him dinner and made sure he got to a shelter that night. On the bus back to our hotel, we met some more homeless people, and one of them gave us a beer that he had bough, unopened. We don’t like beer, but we took it to ...

Cheer Up, Austin

A travel blog entry by nearhelsinki on Aug 24, 2010

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... this nickname.

We get into Austin rather late and pull immediately to the house of a mutual friend, that of Andriod, named Anon while blaring through a version of “Gimme Shelter” that accidentally happened. He’s an Israeli-born, American-bred Computer Science PhD with a solid and generous head on his shoulders, and he quickly climbs up to the roof with us to look into the night while discussing the nature of ...