Regal Inn

I-10 & West US Highway 80, Van Horn, Texas, 79855, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on I-10 & West US Highway 80, Van Horn.
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Travel Blogs from Van Horn

THE STING

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Nov 16, 2013

5 comments, 6 photos

... and under my toes and nailed me as I stepped on it. Not just once but twice. I don’t like pain. When I dislike it enough, I’ve actually been known to pass out. Well, I didn’t pass out from the bee stings but, I sure didn’t like it.

My first thought was, what do I have on hand to deal with this. Remedy of choice for me is always natural herbs whenever possible. As a child my aunt had used a bread and milk poultice for a ...

Moving Through Texas

A travel blog entry by sc00terman on Feb 26, 2013

... he same the nature journey with desert mountains and mesas. For the first time in our entire time in Texas we saw a few cattle. Van Horn was our over night stop it is a small town of 2,050 people, but is home to El Capitan a historic hotel designed by Henry C. Frost. Our drive tomorrow will take us to Tucson, ...

Van Horn, Texas: Not A Travel Destination, but ..

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Jul 04, 2012

5 comments, 6 photos

... couples with cats and dogs. Van Horn is located on Highway 10, which stretches from LA to Jacksonville, FL. It's a lonely and desolate stretch of highway from El Paso to San Antonio (Texas is a HUGE state), so lots of truckers and travelers stop here to gas up, possibly spend the night at the little motels and maybe find a place to dine (I'm thankful we have a nicely-stocked kitchen and cooking facilities, ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by kaileebee on Jan 02, 2012

... sore from it so it makes driving fun, but it was a great time and a good break before arriving in Tucson.

At this point, after a long day of driving(Thomas mostly) we are about 400 miles from Tucson, and depending on whether or not they are ready for us to be there tomorrow night, we might get there tomorrow or the day after. Thomas starts his exams on the 6th so they better ...

Hydration is important

A travel blog entry by jcsaharley03 on Jun 07, 2011

6 comments, 3 photos

... they always seem to be waving at you. We managed just 396 miles on the day. We went through two time zones and lost two hours. Had to stop a couple of times and cool down and sit in the shade awhile and even hung out in some air conditioning for awhile. We drank lots of water and what we didn't drink we poured on ourselves. The speed limits through here are awesome. It starts out at 75 in Arizona and New Mexico and goes to 80 in Texas. These ...

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