Motel 6 Weatherford

Address: 150 Alford Drive, Weatherford, Texas, 76086, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 150 Alford Drive, Weatherford.
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Travel Blogs from Weatherford

Fort Worth

A travel blog entry by libbykay on Mar 28, 2015

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Stayed with some really nice people in Fort Worth who took me to the Stockyards for lunch--we weren't there for the cattle drive but we did take a look at the longhorns (and as you will see, I even got on one). I went to the Kimbell Art Museum in the ...

Sundance Kids

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 25, 2015

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... a movie based on his life and works starring Jared Padalecki and Peter O'Toole (Thomas kinkade's Christmas Cottage if anyone is curious, I know I am!). He specialises in tranquil, light-infused paintings, and they are astounding to behold. All around the gallery are dimmer switches so you can see the effect he has created. The paintings are bright and colourful in full light, then as you dim them they paintings appear to go into a sunset. I’ve found a clip of the effect ...

# I keep, going to the river to pray...#

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 24, 2015

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... unexpected driving challenge. But it really was a nice place to stay. Very clean, lovely staff, a pool and hot top on site, exactly what we wanted for our two nights there. It was well situated as well, lots of places to eat around us!

We went to Genghis Grill for dinner where you build your own stir fry bowl out of a great selection of meat, fish, veggies, rice, noodles, sauces etcetera etcetera. We even ...

Lunch day

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 20, 2013

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It started raining last evening and it has continued throughout today. Not a downpour, just a steady rain which is more what we need than a down pour. This being the second day of the rally, it was lunch day. We went to a nice Mexican restaurant. Bob and I ordered Fijitias and they were unlike any Fijitias we've had anywhere ...

A huge slice of Texarkana

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Oct 04, 2010

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... said watching these rides were more entertaining than attending a rodeo.

- We wandered around the Stockyard Exchange which was built in 1903 and was where over 5 million animals were traded a year. We walked through a 100 year turnstile to the cattle walk, which was a raised walkway above the pens where most business would take place as the animals could be clearly observed.

- We then walked along Rodeo Plaza in the footsteps of ...