Pearsall Lodge

Address: 311 E Hackberry St, Pearsall, Texas, 78061-4417, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 311 E Hackberry St, Pearsall.
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          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast

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          Travel Blogs from Pearsall

          Texas Disaster

          A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Jun 06, 2012


          ... br> but that I could never replace a life, or lost arms, lost legs or a head..

          My wrecked car is filled with my stuff...
          I wonder how much of it is really important..
          The money, passport, documentation, credit cards, drivers license, other governmental cards.
          It could all be put into one small attache case..

          A few items of sentimental value - a black leather hat from Australia that my son gave me, etc..
          A few colourful shirts (the Dragon shirt and ...

          Het begin

          A travel blog entry by quinten.wiersma on May 14, 2012

          ... to introduce myself to you. I'm Quinten Wiersma, a 17 year old boy from Driebergen, the Netherlands. I started horse riding when I was 5 and I still love working with horses. I've worked at stables for short periods of time and I would love it if I could come over and work at your ranch.I hope you can give me some information about your place in Texas, and maybe about what my work possibly would consist of.Since I'm leaving school I'm availible from August 2012 untill ...

          Driving along Hwy 21 into East Texas

          A travel blog entry by wbcci1529 on Mar 04, 2009


          ... box stores and fast food joints. I guessed that the citizens had wanted to bring in 20th century capitalism, but didn't have room to build inside the town so they decided to build a loop road for this purpose. It also provided me with a route around the narrow roads the next day. I spent the night inside the trailer since there was nothing to look at outside. Ready to leave Crockett with a vow to only drive around it the next time I'm in the area. ...

          San Antonio

          A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 24, 2007

          5 photos

          ... the cars can rotate 360 degrees on the track, so one minute you're riding forwards and the next you're sideways or backwards. The ride had a few tight curves. It was rather simple, but worked well with the rotating cars. Not bad overall. We took another break from coasters. Paul and Emily went on the Wave Runner. Our local little amusement park calls this ride the Scrambler. Basically, a bunch of cars ...

          San Antonio

          A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 23, 2007

          7 photos

          ... school here. Very nice to have some time with someone that I only see once in a blue moon. We had a good time over some Texas barbecue. The afternoon was spent at the San Antonio Zoo. Pretty good, as zoos go. They have a lot of bird exhibits, along with all of the standard zoo animals. For dinner we headed back to the Mexican marketplace. We've learned that Emily is not a big fan of ...