Knights Inn & Suites Van Horn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Van Horn
... F as we get within spitting distance of the mexican border. The heat is now a lot drier and bearable if you are riding or in the shade. Big bend national park is a joy and it makes you feel good to be alive.
We reluctantly leave this wonderful place and head to a place called Presidio - again right on the mexican border. The temperature is unbearably hot in the sun and ...
... counter who motioned for us to sit anywhere. We sat at a booth by the window. Soon the waitress came by with two slightly grimy menus. The choices were a cross between Tex-Mex and burgers with 3-4 meal options thrown in. Joe got a chicken dinner option of chicken with vegetables. I went for the nachos and a side of guacamole. “No guacamole” the waitress informed me impatiently as I mulled something else – a side salad. The food ...
... El Paso but got tired so I pulled off to a Value Inn. Quite inexpensive but there was no heat! Luckily I brought a small heater but it only brought the room up to cool. I’m pretty used to sleeping in the cold nights now so it wasn’t that big a deal but I’m not really sure it was much of a step up from the back of my truck. I think next time I’ll splurge for an electricity site and use the heater in the back of my truck on my side shelf.
... ahead and the sun setting in the side mirrors were gorgeous against the vast open skies. The steady stream of bumper to bumper semi trucks in both directions on the interstate highway fascinated us. We entertained ourselves by observing the likenesses, differences and other characteristics about them. In the later evenings, the traffic diminished dramatically and we’d see hundreds of semi trucks lined up 2 abreast in every rest stop and truck stop. ...
... research tells me that I was almost right. It was first manned by Company H of the First US Infantry for the protection of the freight wagon trains, and later by the 9th Cavalry to protect the early settlers from Indian Hostility.
We took a side trip south of I-10 into the “mountains” and on our way back we saw a real live roadrunner. It was running across the road in front of our car. He was way to fast for a photo op, but I was ...