Old Main Lodge

Interstate 35 at Fourth Street, Waco, Texas, 76706, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Interstate 35 at Fourth Street, Waco, is near Cameron Park Zoo, Dr Pepper Museum, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, and Sironia.
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Travel Blogs from Waco

We're on our way!

A travel blog entry by ravfam on Aug 01, 2014

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... The girls all fell asleep and Tad and I enjoyed the quiet drive. We checked into the Waco Hilton, right across the street from Baylor, dropped our stuff in the room and hit the restaurant. In the lobby area, a big group of parents and boys in baseball caps were watching a replay of a Little league playoff game. The food was great and we were back in the room and in bed by 11:30, 9:30 our time. Good night's sleep and Austin ...

More rock... But underground

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jun 27, 2014

... hadn't been to the Rotorua caves in New Zealand but for me they were just not as impressive. We all got rather annoyed when we got left locked out of the van in the mid day Texan heat whilst out guide and one member of the group took forever in the caves. The sunburn soon set in. Next stop was a shop to get good for the next few days.... The shop sold beer and junk food! After a discussion we decided to track down another shop after some lunch. Since it was so hot ...

Over Hill and Under Hill

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Jun 08, 2014

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... John and I have started our annual summer hiking excursions, and one of new adventures this year was exploring Mother Neff State Park in Moody, Texas. Although some of the hiking trails are currently closed, the ones that remain open are worthwhile and afford pleasant views of the Texas Hill Country. The pictures here are from the top of the Rock Tower, showing 1) a panorama, and 2) a stealthy little composition in which the subject didn't know I was taking the picture :).
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First impressions of national parks: Speechless

A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 08, 2014

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... started to crawl over everything. However, we had to cook quickly as again, we weren't 100% we were allowed to cook on the roadside so we dealt with it and made sure we were ant free when we packed up. I think red ants in the van would probably be one of the worst things that could happen in terms of insects. Maybe apart from cockroaches or in my opinion, moths. We headed back up to the caverns to view the bat flight at sunset. 400, 000 bats live in ...

Beautiful weather for one day

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Mar 13, 2014

... off at the lot and left. There were dozens upon dozens of children running every which way (Danny even saw a couple of kids running through the performer’s entrance during finale into the backyard) and we had two families who thought they could use their first show ticket to get into the second show.

I don’t think we had a sponsor in this town and I’m also not sure that we’ve been here before. ...