Ramada of Alpine
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Alpine
... food! Now it's plan B. We are driving back to Chisos Mountain lodge for an early dinner! We've stopped at the Visitor Centers to look at stuff and Pete to buy a Big Bend T-shirt. Low and behold what do they all have for sale?? Ste Genevieve wine! Nasty but they like it. We really felt that we had gained a great understanding of the park, it's development, and it's beauty. So happy to have visited ...
... that allow dogs. Sheeba was allowed to go in all the buildings except the visitor information center. She got to be close up to a horse and she wasn't sure what it was, but she wasn't scared at all and I think that she thought is was just a dog that was bigger than her. I wonder what she would have done if the horse would have bent down and sniffed her! We paid our $3 each and had a great ...
... Angelas, arriving at 5:35 a.m. We have a four hour layover before leaving on our final train, the Coast Starlight.
Kallen met many of our engineers and conductors today! Our conductor, Andrew, gave Kallen his personal Conductor hat and got him a MCDonald's lunch and brought it to our train! Such a happy boy! We've been so fortunate to collect contact information from our new ...
... and the picnic shelters look like teepees! We had lunch there....and during our lunch break, not a single car passed. Laurie repeatedly remarked how quiet it was....and she was right. As she observed to me, there are no trees for the wind to whistle through......when the wind blows, you can only feel it, not hear it.
We continued to wander down river and stopped at an old movie set, which several westerns were shot at. We poked around a bit ...
... to see wildlife and get views of the wide open spaces of West Texas. The HETDEX telescope in the photo is mapping the universe and looking for "dark energy" among other cool stuff.
Getting back on I-10 is a bit of a shock after driving through the backroads. Most of the last 24 hours I had only Marfa Public Radio for company! I hope the people in Marfa, ...