Rodeway Inn Junction
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Junction
We decided to get our travel on today and knock over some miles, 400 odd late rand we arrived at junction Texas, check d into the camp and went for our first Texas b b q at a place called lums it was very tasty we both had brisket and 2 sides. And the people here are great and sound assize with there southern accents y'all!!!! To Austin ...
... TX, a thriving German community. The town is also known as the home of Texas German, a dialect spoken by the first generations of German settlers who refused to learn English. The German heritage is evident throughout the town in its architecture, food and the extensive variety of German beers available.
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I just finished two days of hard riding. Mountains, rain, heat, and I'm only in the middle of Texas. I finished a nice visit with my mother and her husband. I've already talked about the trip to Mexico. Saturdays was definitely a day of rest and I needed it. We did go to the casino, but I rarely win, but am ok with not losing big. Sunday, the ride from Las Vegas was better than I expected. The highway I chose was much better than anticipated. It is a future Interstate 11 so much had ...
... the trails and paths of the park but a couple of armadillos came into camp and provided some great entertainment and photo ops. It’s hard to get a good picture of their faces because their faces are so little and are somewhat hidden as they push their noses through the leaves looking for bugs. But, if you look closely you can see little ears and a wee little nose. This is ...
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North Llano River and grounds of a beautifully secluded pecan farm! We woke up to a herd of deer running through the grounds! There were only about three men camped there, and we believe they probably had long-term jobs in the area (one or two of them may have come for the ...