Howard Johnson San Marcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson San Marcos
Travel Blogs from San Marcos
... a neighborhood undergoing the early stages of gentrification. In the enormous bak patio of a small run-down bar I finally found my music night in the form of the Flametrick Subs, a pyschobilly band including a drummer who plays standing and a standup bassist with an undeveloped stump for a left hand. Novelty aside, these guys rocked and made the miles of hiking in search of music worthwhile. Great ...
We stayed four nights at McKinney State Park. We all enjoyed having some respite from the road, a chance to catch up on a few chores, no they don't just do themselves just because you retire.
This place was another world. The walks felt like going back in time, way way back. the hikes take you through a scape made from limestone, ...
A girl walked up to me holding her iPhone, then hopped up on my knee. When I asked her what she wanted for Christmas, she never spoke nor made eye contact and instead scrolled through an entire gallery of pictures on her phone, each one a toy she was asking for.
A couple easily in their late 60s came through the line and I convinced each to take a knee. And they sat laughing at being on my lap as their friend took ...
... worked on a film with and was my greatest ally and friend. She took me to Vivo to prove that Tex Mex is better than New Mex (not true). Although, I did have an amazing cucumber margarita with black Hawaiian salt 'round the rim.
The next day was breakfast and dropping my sister and her boy at the airport, and then it was straight to Barton Springs, where we caught the rays. That night, I took one of Fran's housemates Dash to a new restaurant that my friend ...
... your engine temp is going high for no reason....check and see were your generator exhaust is blowing. Yes this happened to me today, was driving through Waco Tx. and my engine temp was running high and I had the generator on, running the A/C and the wind was blowing in the wrong direction, once I turned it off temp went down.
Oh and we made it out of the truck stop alive and kicking, no serial killers there