Regency Inn Del Rio

Address: 3811 Highway 90 West, Del Rio, Texas, 78840, United States | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on 3811 Highway 90 West, Del Rio, is near Amistad National Recreation Area, Val Verde Winery, and Whitehead Memorial Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Del Rio

Austin to Del Rio

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 28, 2014

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... 3 miles away and the huge fence that is patrolled continuously and drove through the seedy dodgy historic old town area. Had a meal at Malindas in the Ramada waited on by a waitress with attitude. But a good Mexican meal. Stayed at the Whispering Palms Motel. $65 included bfast. Run well by helpful welcoming family. Good rooms and ...

Short Trip to Del Rio

A travel blog entry by wjvins on Jul 01, 2013

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Decided to make a short trip to Del Rio to avoid the afternoon heat, turned to an avoidance of major thunderstorm with hail and high winds.

Pleasant start of the trip with 75 degrees at 7:00. No rain in site, AccuWeather showed a system in Albuquerque New Mexico headed our direction.

Richard and I met approximately 6 miles before Castroville, Tx, our meeting ...

Was that really so long ago?

A travel blog entry by billandteena on Apr 13, 2013

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... br> twenty-five nomadic tribesmen. Panther Cave, a much larger site,
sets at the mouth of Seminole Canyon where it joins the Rio Grande.
Guided tours provide the only access into the canyon.



Four thousand years ago people lived
and prospered here. Even today, in what looks like inhospitable
country, we camp in relative comfort while Cotton-tailed and Jack
Rabbits cross our site, signs of deer are left along the paths ...

Seminole Canyon State Park

A travel blog entry by travelingcircus on Dec 02, 2011

... It was cool to see the roads they built beside the highway to drive up and down looking for footprints. They pull tires behind the trucks and then footprints are really obvious in the fine red dust. Interesting. Ww spend the night in a glorious Texas state park called Seminole Canyon State Park. We were perched high on a hill ...

Back to the wars on the border town in Mexico

A travel blog entry by jathomaz on May 10, 2010

... nice laid-back town. Most of the shops along the main drag into town have closed because of lack of business. No more gringos! Guess this has been going on for quite awhile.

I was glad I had come, and hadn't let the stories scare me away.

I don't have fotos because I had a little trepidation about bringing my camera, so next time.
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