La Quinta Inn Del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... As we headed south the countryside became drier and stonier and the road more and more remote. Hardly any traffic at all anymore and then we reached Rockville. A desolate dead town with no reason to get out of the car. Arrived in Del Rio which was surprisingly civilised and a larger town than expected. Drove to look at the ...
chemical substance that signals the male to come hither. After mating,
females lay eggs on the top of the leaves of plants such as bed straw or
madder. The larvae, commonly called horn worms, hatch in six to eight
days; they then feed on the host plants, eating a large amount of
leaves. After a month they pupate in the soil, sometimes remaining there
through the winter. Some hummingbird hawk moths produce two or more
... www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks /seminole-canyon
The canyon sets at 1400 feet elevation,
here the high desert begins. The canyons steep walls had been
undercut by rushing rivers long before the earliest human inhabitants
arrived here. Fate Bell Shelter is covered with pre-historic cave
drawings dating back some four thousand years! Yes, true cavemen! It
is estimated that this site would never support a clan of ...
... walk some nights from the campground with a ranger. The tour into the canyon cost $5. It cost us $17 for the campsite but that was with a Texas State Park Pass. The tour down into the canyon to view the historic pictographs was great but we had only three other people on our tour, if we had come during spring break last week or the week before the numbers were in the high 60's and even higher. The busy season is October then November through ...
From San Antonio we journeyed down I 35 to Laredo - 94% Hispanic and on the Rio Grande River. This was a big town with a beautiful old town square only a few blocks from a huge customs and border control complex at the bridge to Mexico. We had noticed customs and border control cars starting twenty miles outside Laredo. We then traveled west through ...