La Quinta Inn Georgetown

Address: 333 North I-35, Georgetown, Texas, 78628, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 333 North I-35, Georgetown, is near Inner Space Cavern, On the Square, San Gabriel River, and Blue Hole.
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn Georgetown

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Travel Blogs from Georgetown

Lots of love for S-love-nia

A travel blog entry by robin512 on Aug 15, 2014

5 comments, 49 photos

... at Tolmin Gorge and the Savica Waterfall were equally as beautiful.

We ended up with a 2 hour drive home late in the day on windy roads in the Slovenian woods - wondering if we would ever get back to our apartment. Thank goodness for the Ipad map and our friend's GPS that we borrowed!


After 3 days in at Bled, we spent the last 2 nights near Ljubljana at a very ...

Another day, more Cedar

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jan 04, 2014

5 photos

... campground.

Once back at Cedar Breaks, we built another fire and sat outside watching the end of the COLTS game and the beginning of the EAGLES game. Now I'm suffering the consequences since my nose is stuffy and my eyes are itching-cedar fever!! Oh well, some people just never learn.

Tomorrow we depart the company of the Georgetown RVers and head further north for the South Texas Renegades Jan Rally in Burleson, TX.
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Happy Birthday Elliarn

A travel blog entry by boomerangs on Dec 04, 2013

1 photo

Today started with a buffet breakfast, not many of the kids slept but were bright and chirpy this morning. The kids sung happy birthday to Elliarn who turns 15 today. We packed the 41 bags into the luggage van and we hit the road. Straight to Baylor university for a visit to the book store and eat in the cafeteria. Some of the kids made purchases in the book ...

Rescued by Michael

A travel blog entry by texaloha on Aug 11, 2013

8 photos

... and headed for what I thought was 3 miles to Hogg. Not so much. It was cheese grater territory and 5.5 miles. I was never so glad to see the end of the trail. I saw water and refilled my Camelbak. Bad idea. Non potable water. I thought that I'd I could just rest at a picnic table for awhile, I could start back. But since it was literally 100 degrees, I just couldn't do it. I called Larry Fealy for ...

Before the beginning

A travel blog entry by robin512 on Jan 29, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... then asked Olga (I don't know how anyone couldn't know this, but she's my Spanish teacher and friend in Antigua), she asked friends, and I asked the family I stayed with last year. There were several possibilities but most were too small as we have people coming to stay and volunteer or they were not in the part of town we wanted to be in. So I went back to looking online and found one listed by someone named Paul on several different sites. ...