Villa Town

Address: 5401 South Avenue Q, Lubbock, Texas, 79412, United States | 1 star motel
 
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Location

This 1 star motel, located on 5401 South Avenue Q, Lubbock, is near Buddy Holly Center, Science Spectrum Museum, and Llano Estacado Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Lubbock

Here we go

A travel blog entry by alexparsons on Aug 05, 2015

Well, this is it. I am getting on the plane tomorrow to start my time with ISV. All I know up to this point on where I will be is my first two weeks of training. That will take place in Big Bear, CA, where the high is 78 and the low is 39. Just the thought of getting out of Texas (or satan's ********** some might say) is nothing short of a miracle. This place truly is terrible in ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by davisroadtrip on Jul 20, 2015

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Monday July 20 - Day 7


Breakfast in Colorado. Lunch in New Mexico. Supper in Texas. What a day! We left our campsite at a good time, just before 9:00 we were on the road. However, there were still some long steep hills we had to climb that slowed us down.


Once we crossed into New Mexico we went off the interstate a bit to visit a dormant volcano - ...

Day 1- Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by arturo.guerra on Jul 08, 2015

... was settling and noticed how quaint, beautiful, & charming it was Cristina and I immediately looked at eachother and without hesitation we said we need an extra day.

Immediately checked in to El Dorrado ran for some local fare and called it night. Hotel was beautiful, clean & cozy so it was a good call. Oh and managed to squeeze in some hot tub/pool time on the roof.
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Why the Balkans?

A travel blog entry by kylendawson on Jun 28, 2015

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... World War I started here. Modern terrorism and ethnic cleansing find their roots here. It's a wonderfully complex place that is not easy to understand. On a personal note, the Balkans have always haunted me.  I grew up on a ranch in the heart of rural Texas.  Everyone was the same--white, middle class, conservative, and Baptist.  When I was in junior high, I distinctly remember watching the news reports as the Balkans fell apart. ...

Wining!

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Oct 18, 2013

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... s been a good few days and we've seen a lot of stuff. Although we still want to see lots of this wonder country of ours, we also want to see more of Texas. We have picked up info on all the different areas of Texas, so guess I just better start looking at them to plan more short trips. Bob is taking the car back tomorrow first thing, then we pack it up and head south. Tomorrow night we'll be staying in San Angelo, although at a KOA not the military ...