Motel 6 Valley View

1000 S Interstate 35, Valley View, Texas, 76272, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1000 S Interstate 35, Valley View, is near Museum of Nature and Science.
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    Travel Blogs from Valley View

    Gainesville TX - Home of Charlie Paddock

    A travel blog entry by t2tov on Apr 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... 10 NY, NJ, PA, OH, IN, IL, MO, KS, OK, TX

    Greetings from Gainesville, TX. Formerly Liberty, TX it was renamed when they found out that there already was a Liberty TX some 318 miles to the southeast.

    Gainesville gained infamy when in 1862, 40 men were hanged for being Union sympathizers and slavery abolitionists. Although the Texas papers generally applauded ...

    Introducing a Granddaughter to Her Ancestors

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Mar 28, 2014

    2 photos

    I had a conference in Dallas to attend as I needed to obtain some yearly certifications. I thought it might be good to take a couple of extra days and go to see some family stuff.

    My maternal grandmother was born in Denton, TX but her mother died the following year from, what we believe, were childbirth complications. My great grandparents were married in Denton in the little log frame Chinn's Chapel, still standing. My great grandmother’s ...

    First cemetery visit of the year

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Mar 20, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... three Woodsmen of the World gravesites (their grave markers are trees), and many old stones that had broken and were propped up against the base. Some interesting epitaphs (“Gold mine in the sky” for a 12 year old) and hand-carved stones also made for some good photographs. The oldest gravesite (in terms of birth year at least) was a Ms. Louisa West, born in 1812 and died in (I think) 1905. Her stone had settled so far ...

    Overview of our trip

    A travel blog entry by hunter-long on Sep 08, 2013

    1 photo

    For the past decade, it has been a dream of mine, (Tara Linn) to go on an ancient pilgrimage across Spain, the ‘Camino de Santiago’ with my best friend Tara (we have the same name=) .The Camino is an ancient path that makes it’s way across Northern Spain, through the Pyrenees mountains, through rolling farm land, and finally to the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. For centuries, pilgrims walked this ...

    Cowboys, Texan hospitality & meat :)

    A travel blog entry by bobby8614 on Aug 27, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... a life size cattle drive sculpture, complete with about 20 cattle, 3 cowboys, some cow pats & a water feature :) i didn't think the cattle were that big in real life but the sculpture was really well done. At this point we decided lunch was needed & headed to a recommended BBQ joint downtown where I am pleased to announce I had my first meal that I couldn't finish :) the meat was yumi - I had a combo of ribs (which fell off the bone) & ...