Tower Motel

Address: 5844 Jacksboro Highway, Fort Worth, Texas, 76114, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located in the Sansom Park area of Fort Worth, is near Stockyards Rodeo, Burger's Lake, Cowtown Coliseum, and Vintage Flying Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Fort Worth

DFW. Alabama. Atlanta

A travel blog entry by mrsbradham on Jun 24, 2015

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Just arrived at the DFW airport, went thru security and now waiting to board. Parker told me not to get here so early, but to help relieve my anxiety - had to get here early. Boarded and headed to Altanta, thunderstorms in Atlanta - couldn't land. Got the joy of going ...

Thelma and Louise Go to Super 8

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 21, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... a word of which David or I understood, but every word of which the staff at the restaurant relished. They were beaming. Mary Ann was no doubt the most popular person in Arlington, TX. (I doubt that these people had ever had a white person walk into the restaurant and talk to them in fluent Chinese before!). They led her around the restaurant, showing her where all the best goodies were, and generally couldn’t ...

Morning Departure

A travel blog entry by okstar8 on Jun 13, 2015

... stopping in, all while trying to fit a hair brush in a straw. No delays in air transportation so far. So I landed in A concourse and decided to venture to E concourse to enjoy free lunch with my United Club pass. I am saving my tokens for Gelato! After I've had my fill here I will head back over to concourse D for the long flight. If ...

Here we go a geo-caching....

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Dec 24, 2014

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... in 22 months. We did several field puzzle caches--caches which are themselves easy to find, but which then require some clever problem-solving to get into. Since you have to sign the log to claim the find, you have to solve the puzzle. I had heard of this type of cache, but had not encountered any before.

After caching, we went back to David and Michele's house for pizza and Christmas movies. A pleasant day all around.
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5 Hours Deeper into Texas

A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Feb 13, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Lubbock to Fort Worth. Typical West Texas. Not much to look at, but a BIG surprise. We expected windmills in California, but west Texas?? There were at least 30 miles of them north of Sweetwater, TX. We thought we saw a bunch near Palm Springs, but this was just incredible. As far as you could see, cotton fields, and ...

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