Eagle Pass Inn

Address: 2127 E Main St, Eagle Pass, Texas, 78852, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 2127 E Main St, Eagle Pass.
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    Travel Blogs from Eagle Pass

    A Day in Hill Country

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 20, 2013

    8 comments, 24 photos

    ... seen color and setting quite as amazing as this. I wandered until sated with the camera burning in my little hand.

    From there the road became the famous motorcycle route of legend. A ridge ride through rocky outcrops that is tricky only because one is tempted to look at the scenery rather than the road. Lucky for me it was so foggy I had no trouble concentrating. No one was on it due to the bad weather -- which made it really ...

    Grand Canyon capers

    A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jul 14, 2010

    4 photos

    ... if it would only last!!!

    After the Canyon we found ourselves in Monument Valley. As kids bought up on American westerns in the 60’s, Gael and I could identify with the landscape. The Navajo Indians run the valley and a large hotel at the site. They very generously provide free camping to anyone who finds themselves there at dusk. We partook of their generosity only to have a bozo with a generator spoil the place. As I lack any tolerance of others and wishing to ...

    ABOUT MEXICO and CONGRATULATIONS TO MY SON AND LIS

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Apr 05, 2007

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... I DID NOT GO AND SEE IT. THE TWO BIGGEST VOLCANOES IN THE WORLD ARE JUST OUTSIDE OF MEXICO CITY - THE BOTH HAVE TONGUE TWISTER NAMES THAT I CANNOT REMEMBER OR PRONOUNCE. YOU COULD VERY EASILY SEE THE VOLCANOES FROM MEXICO CITY IF THE AIR WAS CLEAR - WHICH IT IS NOT. SO MOST OF THE TIME YOU CANNOT SEE THE VOLCANOES FROM MEXICO CITY BECAUSE OF THE POLLUTION. THERE ARE ENGLISH SPEAKING ...

    Our Lady of Refuge

    A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 19, 2006

    2 photos

    ... policy and detention centers are too harsh.

    "If we turn them away, it is not only what we do to these poor people, but it is what we do to ourselves intrinsically as human beings, we have harmed ourselves," Loiacono said.

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    Back at Our Lady of Refuge, Father Loiacono walks to a small chapel at the rear of the sanctuary where a life-sized statue of the crucified Jesus rests - his affirmation that he and the church ...

    Cristo Rey

    A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Dec 16, 2006

    5 photos

    We found Cristo Rey
    through my sister's congregation who travels from Iowa to provide volunteer service here. We saw the new church, the playground and the outbuilding for classes that volunteers gradually built on our first pass through. When we returned on Sunday afternoon, we saw it all in action. Worshipping with this tiny congregation of very poor people (live on ...