La Quinta Inn San Marcos

Address: 1619 I-35 North, San Marcos, Texas, 78666, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1619 I-35 North, San Marcos, is near San Marcos Prime Outlets, San Marcos River, Aquarena Center, and Tanger Outlets San Marcos.
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      Travel Blogs from San Marcos

      Two Weeks To Departure

      A travel blog entry by ar1656 on May 16, 2013

      ... one of the few nearby countries that I have never been to. Having been to Greece, Spain, France, England, Jamaica, Italy, and the Bahamas, I'm more than ready to go to a new country that I could add to the list. When my parents visit, we're supposed to head to Morrocco as well.
      I'm excited but it seems like this is going to be a long, bittersweet trip.


      Laundry, Barbecue and What-not...

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 18, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... cooled from the mid-sixties to the fifties as I write this. No more freezing temperatures now, so far. It's nice to keep the water hooked up and quieter without the sound of the pump.

      Tomorrow we'll head into Austin to seek out a Farmers Market and a Flea Market or two. With so little storage space, the temptation-to-buy level is low, but you just never know what might catch our eye. More ...

      Texas Hill Country

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 02, 2012

      79 photos

      ... only ones there as well. Then we did a four-mile walk, starting first along the sandy and grassy banks of the river, then wading across, then up through the scrub pines. Most of the walk was not terribly interesting, but it was nice in its own way, and at least it was overcast almost the entire time. We also did not pass many people.

      Returning to Austin, we walked briefly along the river at sunset, which was lovely. Many, many people were ...

      School Begins...And so does the Football

      A travel blog entry by kizza89 on Sep 10, 2012

      9 photos

      ... and all profits earned are reinvested into the College or the team. This would explain the size and quality of UT.

      I've been to 2 games so far and both games are the equivilent to an NRL grand final with both games having crowds of 101,000 .

      Now before the start of every home game it is a must to "Tailgate". Tailgating involves the shutting down of many streets within around 5 blocks of the ...

      These boots were made for walkin’

      A travel blog entry by sarahs_voyage on Oct 14, 2011

      1 comment, 40 photos

      Austin wasn't really some where on my radar until an ex surfer recommend it. I was looking at stopping in San Antonio to break up the trip to New Orleans but was recommended to go to Austin instead. The city reminds me of a Portland of Texas. Its know for its quirky eccentricities and I’ve seen bumper stickers saying Keep Portland Weird and Keep Austin Weird, as well as the charming 'F*ck y’all, I’m from Texas’ shirts. People here really ...