Ramada Del Rio

Address: 2101 Veterans Boulevard, Del Rio, Texas, 78840, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2101 Veterans Boulevard, Del Rio, is near Val Verde Winery and Whitehead Memorial Museum.
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      Lonely Texas views

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 14, 2015

      11 photos

      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 ...

      Short Trip to Del Rio

      A travel blog entry by wjvins on Jul 01, 2013

      9 photos

      ... lunch and beginning of our planned Trip. We have been planning for a year.

      Had a great breakfast with local folks sitting next table asking many questions about our trip.

      We were all sad to hear about the 19 fire fighters killed in Arizona fighting wild fires. Prayers for their families.

      Had a pleasant ride to Del Rio along fields of corn, sorghum and ...

      Was that really so long ago?

      A travel blog entry by billandteena on Apr 13, 2013

      30 photos

      ... here. Today we extend for another two nights. We went to Langtry, Tx
      on a side-trip. The town was established by Judge Roy Beam along the
      route of the new railroad. Crossing the Pecos River Gorge was never
      easy.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecos_Rive r_High_Bridge
      The first trestle was over two-thousand
      feet long and almost three-hundred feet above the river!
      (footnote, the old bridge was
      disassembled, shipped ...

      Seminole Canyon State Park

      A travel blog entry by travelingcircus on Dec 02, 2011

      ... desert and it was beautiful. We made camp early enough that we took the bikes out for a 6 mile ride down to the Rio Grande River and our first view of Mexico. All I can say is no one would be crossing the border there. Huge cliffs and deep, fast moving water. Actually a good international border I would say. Next stop Big Bend National ...

      Seminole Canyon State Park

      A travel blog entry by socks on May 26, 2010

      9 photos

      Jagged canyons have cut through the Chihuahuan Desert wilderness out where the Pecos River flows into the Rio Grande. People of antiquity once lived in these natural rock shelters carved into the canyon walls by the river and subsisted on many of the same arid-adapted plants and small animal species that inhabit the canyon today. They left behind a record of their existence through colorful art rock panels, bits of ...