La Quinta Inn Del Rio

Address: 2005 Veterans Boulevard, Del Rio, Texas, 78840, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2005 Veterans Boulevard, Del Rio, is near Val Verde Winery and Whitehead Memorial Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Del Rio

      Lonely Texas views

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 14, 2015

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      We arrived in Del Rio early and were hoping to get a little interneting in before heading to Big Bend but their library internet wasn't very good. It was a very small town without much to do so we spent the day getting organized. We did all our groceries for the next few days and did our laundry. We drove to Amistad national Recreation Area to a really cool camping area that was completely empty and inthe middle of nowhere. It only cost 2$ for the night and the starry night sky was ...

      Houston Texas to Del Rio Texas

      A travel blog entry by tessacat on Oct 10, 2013

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      A long drive again today, about 5-6 hrs Not much to see out here, we stopped and had a little picnic lunch, semi after semi going past...... the scenery is not that nice, David said it is starting to remind him of crossing the Nullabor .... gone is the green vegetation ... Hello desert. Relaxed at our hotel for a little while, before heading out for dinner to yet another fantastic Mexican restaurant. Right next door to the hotel so no more driving ...

      Was that really so long ago?

      A travel blog entry by billandteena on Apr 13, 2013

      30 photos

      ... br> twenty-five nomadic tribesmen. Panther Cave, a much larger site,
      sets at the mouth of Seminole Canyon where it joins the Rio Grande.
      Guided tours provide the only access into the canyon.



      Four thousand years ago people lived
      and prospered here. Even today, in what looks like inhospitable
      country, we camp in relative comfort while Cotton-tailed and Jack
      Rabbits cross our site, signs of deer are left along the paths ...

      Seminole Canyon State Park

      A travel blog entry by travelingcircus on Dec 02, 2011

      Another boring driving day today. At least we are on the beautiful big Texas highways. The Texans sure know how to build roads and fabulous rest stops. Most of the rest stops are nicer that the rv places where we stay the night for $40. Great kids playgrounds. We passed through a lot of the southern US border towns and border patrol ...

      Back to the wars on the border town in Mexico

      A travel blog entry by jathomaz on May 10, 2010

      ... nice laid-back town. Most of the shops along the main drag into town have closed because of lack of business. No more gringos! Guess this has been going on for quite awhile.

      I was glad I had come, and hadn't let the stories scare me away.

      I don't have fotos because I had a little trepidation about bringing my camera, so next time.
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