Best Western Brady Inn

Address: 2200 South Bridge Street, Brady, Texas, 76825, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 2200 South Bridge Street, Brady, is near Sauer-Beckmann Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Brady

    Back Home and a little R & R

    A travel blog entry by psunstrom on Oct 10, 2015

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    ... and maker shops are still the original buildings from that era. They've been painted up, fixed up and a little face lift but the same buildings the post office, bars, stores, etc. that made up the nucleus of Ingram. That big diesel pusher in the background is my closest neighbor. There are only 23 spots in the whole park and are full hookups, cable and wifi for one money. Very quiet and peaceful. Unless something major develops, I think this will be ...

    Got out of that Mess!!!

    A travel blog entry by psunstrom on Oct 09, 2015

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    Well, instincts saved me on the Bandera motel move.....if I would have gone on to Gander State Park, I probably would have floated away to mexico. It rained all night in Bandera and reports said that the Gander State Park area got 12 inches of rain and massive flooding.....whewwww! So glad I didn't go down there. ...

    Heading Home!

    A travel blog entry by majorme on Mar 15, 2015

    ... have collected close to a hundred bags. Texas needs a Bottle Bill!

    We hit the road about 11AM. We wanted to take a different route home so we headed for Abilene which we did not go through on the way. Abilene, Abilene, Prettiest Town I've Ever Seen....NOT! Anyway the topography changed from cotton fields to grazing ground in shrub mesquite, cactus areas to arid rocks and desert type land. Eventually we got to ...

    Brady, Tx

    A travel blog entry by alines on Jun 08, 2012

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    What great countryside we crossed. Saw llamas and rolling hills. Stopped for lunch in Brady... Small town full of cowboys. Ate more Mexican food....fajitas...mmm Moved on to Big Spring, Tx, or as the guy that we asked directions from "the hell hole ...

    Fire and water in the Lone Star State

    A travel blog entry by petersalemme on Feb 17, 2011

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    Fire and water because that's what I dealt with today. This morning I went out with Curtis and we met up with about a dozen other ranchers and took part in a "controlled burn" of about 450 acres. We met at the rancher's house on whose land we would be burning and over coffee and donuts, discussed safety and the burn plan and stratedgy for the day. Everyone hopped on their four-wheelers. All had a ...