Sleep Inn & Suites

1477 North I-35, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1477 North I-35, New Braunfels, is near Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort, McKenna Children's Museum, Gruene General Store, and Braunfels Square.
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    Travel Blogs from New Braunfels

    Remember the Alamo...

    A travel blog entry by tim.ryan on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... the many trees and bushes making it a great place to have lunch. Of course no trip to San Antonio would be complete without a trip to The Alamo. Not far from our hotel the Indian mission know as the Alamo, made famous by the courageous stand in 1836 by Davy Crockett and about 290 Texans who faced an overwhelming force ...

    New Braunfels - Texas

    A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Sep 07, 2014

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    So I arrived back at Cals after buying some new trainers on the way, mine were wrecked! He lives in a wealthy area and the country club he works for give him a house share, free of charge, and it's a very good house! Lucky chap! He lives with two guys, Chris (another tennis coach) and Diego (footy coach). They are currently living the New Braunfels dream! Cal had to coach in the evening so I went along with him, and before he started I had a brief bit of tennis first! ...

    Day 11 - San Antonio, Texas.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... feet up off the floor it was that hot at 9.30am! First we went to the Alamo, it's the oldest building in San Antonio; there's a lot of history dating back to the early 1800's, In the 1800s, Mexico bought the state of Texas and told everyone that if they wanted to live their at 12 cent an acre they could do so tax free until 1836, so loads of people all over the world went there and done so. Although when 1835-6 arrived the Mexican wanted those on the land to ...

    Texas Hill Country

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 21, 2011

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    ... a fast food ambiance. You don't even see (or smell) the smoker. The food was passable, however, not as good as my memory tells me it used to be...ah well.

    We booked ourselves into a riverside site on the Comal River in a centrally located rv park. The site was great, ten feet from the river. All of the tubers and kayakers floating right by our front door. At one point I yelled at Barb, "Wow, something big just moved in the water." Yeah, ...

    Trip Summary

    A travel blog entry by rozbp on Sep 05, 2011

    2 comments

    ... two glasses right, but didn’t drink enough water with the spirits. She’s back to her old self now.

    We would like to offer a few thoughts on our experience. First, it was a trip of a lifetime; Rosalind and I have been to some pretty neat places, but China by far is the best ever. I know many of my friends in Panama City, Florida think I’m saying that because of the constant diet of Chinese food I was able to enjoy; but ...