Ramada of Alpine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... world! When we were done touring the fort, it was time to head back to camp. When we got there, Laura decided it was nap time and Tom caught up with email and Words with Friends. Then I got up and did 2 blogs today for your viewing enjoyment! Well it is time to upload pictures and think about dinner. I hear thunder happening, so I am sure we will probably get some rain later....typical in the ...
Today is day 2 of our 4 day trip home. We spent the night on the train, the Sunset Ltd. During the night, we traveled through San Antonio, Del Rio and Sanderson, TX. We had breakfast in the dining car at 8:30 a.m. We arrived in Alpine, TX at 10:38 a.m. We enjoyed some time off of the train walking around. The weather was beautiful!
From Alpine, we traveled on to El Paso, TX. We had ...
... raisins as a treat, which they loved. She explained to us that this year was a heavily contested election, and that the 3 baby goats were all running for office this year, and that ballots were available in the general store and we were welcome to vote for mayor. They have a sense of humor out here for sure.
We leave Lajitas and head to Terlingua. It's basically a ghost town, but people live there. We were coming into town and I stopped at a garage ...
... that the Blue Ridge Parkway is right up there with this drive but this scenery is totally different from anything in the world.
Contraband Movie Site Set was built in 1985 and it is along the side of the road with one church, one house, a store, saloon etc. George said they make this seem so big in the movies but the lot is only on about a quarter of an acre. Some of the movies filmed here were Rio Diablo, Gambler, Streets ...
... at the lodge in the Black Bear restaurant. Interesting - buffet style with not many choices. Salad (only iceberg with nothing else except dressing), rice, baked veggies, chicken, quiche, and dessert (but no soup). The veggies were great - the rest just OK. Service was not that good but they looked understaffed. Each buffet was $13.95, which seemed like a lot for what we got. To the lodge for a little computer time, then back to the room. We ...