Days Inn Alice

Address: 555 North Johnston Street, Alice, Texas, 78332, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 555 North Johnston Street, Alice.
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          Orange Grove, the Beach, and Boerne

          A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jul 17, 2014

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... of space around them. Reggie popped in after seeing to his mom, who lives on the family ranch about 10 minutes away. We enjoyed chatting and catching up, and ate some queso and chips before Reggie threw some meat on the grill. We sat on the back patio and enjoyed the evening - there was a light breeze blowing. We had interesting conversations about all kinds of things, including those bugs with the big V - what are those?! Kelly really likes ...

          Stop and Smell the Flowers

          A travel blog entry by john.and.becky on Mar 22, 2012

          34 photos

          ... Everywhere you go people are fishing in Texas. It doesn't matter whether it's a lazy river, a little or big lake, the Gulf or its estuaries. It's really pretty nice to see families out enjoying being together. This park had nice fish cleaning facilities that were in use.

          It was so quiet and peaceful and we enjoyed our nightly walk and got a good night's rest. Tomorrow we reach the Gulf!

          Happy birthday, Rick.

          Bunratty to Shannon to Kingsville

          A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 22, 2011

          11 photos

          ... Made us proud to be Americans!

          On the plane to Newark I lucked out with no seatmates so had plenty of elbow room to catch some z's. Three hour wait in Newark but not having to go through the Customs and Immigration circus that once was required was a welcome change. Nothing against C&I, mind you, but having to reclaim our luggage, stand in interminable lines for what seemed like hours at a time and then clear TSA once again just wasn't ...

          Day 26

          A travel blog entry by barbo1999 on Apr 09, 2010

          48 photos

          ... The founder Captain King's legacy was to never sell the land and they now have 860,000 acres. As big as the state of Rhode Island!!!! After leaving the ranch we went into the historic downtown section of Kingsville....went to the King Ranch Saddle Shop and Museum...very interesting. We asked the shop clerk to recommend a lunch stop she directed us across the street to an old pharmacy that has an old fashion diner in ...

          Ennis to Shannon to Newark to San Antonio to Home

          A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 28, 2009

          4 comments, 5 photos

          ... cash are the way to go. I had both my card and my husband's so could draw out twice the daily limit. Since the last trip our local bank has begun to charge $1 per foreign withdrawal but that was an $11 I could spare for the convenience. Using the credit card would have meant that I paid 3% extra to MasterCard and the vendor/B&B host paid a fee also.

          I was happy that I had spared the brass for an automatic transmission. Every other ...