Super 8 Hillsboro

1512 Hillview Drive, Hillsboro, Texas, 76645, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1512 Hillview Drive, Hillsboro, is near Hill County Courthouse, Texas Heritage Museum, and Hill County Cell Block Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Hillsboro

    We're on our way!

    A travel blog entry by ravfam on Aug 01, 2014

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    We had a noon flight so plenty of time to get our things together before the cab took us to the airport. Our driver was originally from Tonga and he told us he loves Reno. On the way to the airport, Brynn asked if we can stay living in Reno "until we move" and mentioned she wanted to stay for the snow. We were able to get our seats moved so we were all together on the plane. The girls did really well, sharing snacks, doing ...

    More rock... But underground

    A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jun 27, 2014

    ... to hide from the heat in a Dairy Queen... The food was ok, but nothing special. The next shop we tried was a success and we managed to get stocked up for the next few days. By the time we reached our camp site for the night the wind had really set in and putting up the tents was a struggle and a half!bed went for a quick dip in the pool before the cooking group starting prepare dinner. The wind did not make it easy for them! Meanwhile myself, Alex, Alice, Ollie ...

    First impressions of national parks: Speechless

    A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... for example, 'The Chinese Theatre' due to the shape the erosion had made in small sections of the cave enclaves. We saw the 'Bottomless Pit' which, as it turns out, is not bottomless. I was a bit upset by this as I didn't know why they would lie to us but the reason it is called as such is because when the pit was discovered, the explorers thought it was bottomless due to the low lighting and the fact that it is 140ft deep. I was still disappointed ...

    The Start

    A travel blog entry by dbatts5319 on Mar 20, 2014


    Ive been here in Italy and ive seen lots of crazy things happen and disturbance. many people and even i have seen that there are Italian men in general that have created something called the Mafia. Ive seen many of the italy immigrants shot, Wonded, or killed. Mafia is taking over my country and lots of them are joining, so im going to leave and get away from all the troubles and worries. ...

    We plan, we drive, we conquer

    A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Feb 04, 2014

    ... I will drive the jeep following George in the truck & 5th wheel.

    There are so many details we need to be aware of as we travel. We have to plan and watch the weather—snow, ice and even rain are not our friend. We have adjusted our travel days several times to avoid upcoming bad weather. We also do our best to know where we are going and the route that ...