Motel 6 Del Rio

Address: 2115 Veterans Blvd, Del Rio, Texas, 78840, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 2115 Veterans Blvd, Del Rio, is near Val Verde Winery and Whitehead Memorial Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Del Rio

    Seminole Canyon State Park

    A travel blog entry by monique_roch on Feb 27, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... found the creative energy to paint the pictographs found in Fate Bell and other rock shelters of the Lower Pecos River Country. The distribution of this distinct style is limited to a district which includes a portion of the Rio Grande, Pecos, and Devils River. More than 200 pictograph sites are known to contain examples of their style of rock paintings, ranging from single paintings to caves containing panels of ...

    Back On The Road Again

    A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Feb 26, 2014

    3 comments, 48 photos

    ... a
    chemical substance that signals the male to come hither. After mating,
    females lay eggs on the top of the leaves of plants such as bed straw or
    madder. The larvae, commonly called horn worms, hatch in six to eight
    days; they then feed on the host plants, eating a large amount of
    leaves. After a month they pupate in the soil, sometimes remaining there
    through the winter. Some hummingbird hawk moths produce two or more

    Was that really so long ago?

    A travel blog entry by billandteena on Apr 13, 2013

    30 photos

    ... br> twenty-five nomadic tribesmen. Panther Cave, a much larger site,
    sets at the mouth of Seminole Canyon where it joins the Rio Grande.
    Guided tours provide the only access into the canyon.

    Four thousand years ago people lived
    and prospered here. Even today, in what looks like inhospitable
    country, we camp in relative comfort while Cotton-tailed and Jack
    Rabbits cross our site, signs of deer are left along the paths ...

    Not Quite to Mexico

    A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jan 02, 2012

    4 photos

    From San Antonio we journeyed down I 35 to Laredo - 94% Hispanic and on the Rio Grande River. This was a big town with a beautiful old town square only a few blocks from a huge customs and border control complex at the bridge to Mexico. We had noticed customs and border control cars starting twenty miles outside Laredo. We then traveled west through ...


    A travel blog entry by annettekulle on Sep 17, 2010

    2 photos

    ... swimming across.

    But, we did pass about 50 Border Patrol vehicles on the roads, and we had to stop at one checkpoint - not on the border. The agents came out of the building, all armed and one with a dog. While one spoke with Frank at the wheel, one stood near the back door and the other walked around the motorhome with the dog. When I opened the door for the agent, he reached for his gun. I quickly closed the door when I realized ...