Quality Inn Of Van Horn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Jeff Bezos, who purchased 290,000 acres of land about 25 miles north of Van Horn To start his space tourism enterprise. Ultra-secretive, the company was awarded $3.7 million dollars by NASA to work on its projects. The primary plan is to make sub-orbital space travel accessible to a wide range of private citizens. But there is little news or updates on the progress. Okay...but I'm not sure how this affects Van Horn or how the town will fair in the future, ...
... trains are not short and it takes a couple of minutes before it is past and the noise stops, let's hope there's not many running through the night otherwise we may have to dig out our earplugs!
A boring day but we knew when we set out that today and tomorrow would be pure driving days with no diversions along the way, roll on Wednesday when we intend to visit another national ...
... of varying tones. It's pretty to look at and provides for some interesting focal points for the eye.
As we drove through Texas, it seems clear to me that the people here are proud of their state. We have seen signs that say "Don’t mess with Texas" everywhere, even on the interstate. The Lone Star seems to be attached to almost everything…buildings, masonry, bridges, and anything semi-permanent. And the state flag…it flies ...
... space tickets are not available on this visit and Van Horn is going in our book as a "thumbs down" for extended stays. The winds are very high with the visibility poor from the dust and on the last evening, the motorhome was doing a lot of rocking from wind gusts But the phones did work for one more 3 hour conference call board meeting, making it convenient to be stationary with no sights to ...
... at its peak, which is in the Autumn; Summer months are extremely hot and all water must be packed in.
Next on our agenda was Ft Davis, which is a National Historical Site. It is one of the best surviving examples of a post-Civil War frontier military post, and played a major role in protecting travelers, mail carriers and freighters from Apache Indian attacks on the San Antonio-El Paso Road from ...