Red Roof Inn San Marcos

Address: 817 I-35 North, San Marcos, Texas, 78666, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 817 I-35 North, San Marcos, is near San Marcos Prime Outlets, San Marcos River, Aquarena Center, and Tanger Outlets San Marcos.
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      One Month Left to Departure

      A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Apr 21, 2013

      ... I am looking forward to re-emersion.
      Hopefully, I can remember to keep this blog up for everyone I'm leaving back at home and I will post pictures often so everyone can keep up. Marcus doesn't know it yet but I'm planning to get him a webcam so we can Skype and I can still see him without blowing up both of our phone bills. I think that's a good compromise, right? I go to Spain, he gets a new webcam. Even Steven. I miss everyone already. I hope this helps! ...

      Warmer is the Word

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 16, 2013

      6 comments, 18 photos

      ... a bit. But after our lunch break, it came from the left, or north. This adds quite a bit of a challenge to driving Shorty. Only one gust really got our attention. The rest of it was just the tedium of correcting the steering to compensate for the minor and consistent gusts. All an all it's a bit tiring, even for an advanced middle-ager like myself.

      Our goal was the South Llano River Texas State Park. As we learned later, the ...

      Big Texas

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 01, 2012

      23 photos

      ... learned a lot about Texas history, and their ongoing identity crisis makes a lot of sense to me: we’re Mexican, we’re independent, we’re American, we’re independent, we’re Confederate, we’re occupied, we’re American … lots of changing loyalties, lots of suspicion of outsiders and lots of redefinition of what an “outsider” is. I also liked the fact that they talked about “enslaved persons” rather than ...

      Why climb the Y?

      A travel blog entry by highway2gameday on Sep 04, 2012

      ... the year of their graduating class on the mountain. The other classes, we’re assuming the 1906ers, 1908ers, 1909ers and 1910ers, took exception to that and stormed up the mountain, laying siege to the class of 1907. The 1907ers held out for as long as they could before being “obliterated” by the besiegers. The sign we read describing the history really used the word “obliterated,” leading us ...

      These boots were made for walkin’

      A travel blog entry by sarahs_voyage on Oct 14, 2011

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... can where what ever they want as far as I’m concerned but I’m still picking up my jaw and trying not to stare. Almost every women seams to be wearing a tiny, tight mini skirt or dress with heels up to their armpits and out fits that barely cover their under wear. After a few more drinks, I think I was drinking beer with orange juice in it at one stage? there is time for a stomach lining pizza before catching the last bus home at 3am. Just as well ...