Knights Inn Waco

1510 I-35 West, Waco, Texas, 76705, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1510 I-35 West, Waco, is near Cameron Park Zoo, Dr Pepper Museum, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, and Sironia.
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    Travel Blogs from Waco

    We're on our way!

    A travel blog entry by ravfam on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... he can't lift and carry as much. The rental car bus was a highlight, as always. Got a minivan and headed toward Waco. As we waited for the rental car check-in process, a man in line commented how well-behaved the girls were. Once settled in the minivan, we set the navigator to Waco and started driving. We made good time and enjoyed seeing all the southern businesses I remember, like Waffle House and Whataburger and ...

    More rock... But underground

    A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jun 27, 2014

    ... gathered for some chatter and beer.... Then we had a guest... An unwelcome guest in my opinion !! A tarantula!!! Now me being **** scared of spiders made for an interesting show as I barged past the other and climbed on the nearest bench! After an incident with the wind and the gazebo which had the whole group holding it down before deciding to put it away, we finally wolfed down some dinner and pretty much straight away headed to bed to settle in for a windy ...

    Over Hill and Under Hill

    A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Jun 08, 2014

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    For some reason, I always forget how green Texas (especially central Texas) truly is. Maybe it's because I lived in North Carolina for 5 years, where the constant, unexpected-but-not-that-unexpected rain compels one to always be aware of the verdant Carolinian landscape. It doesn't rain quite so much in Texas, and despite the fact that I've lived here for 18 years, I'm always somewhat surprised by the miles and miles of greenery surrounding the less well-traveled parts of I-35.
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    First impressions of national parks: Speechless

    A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... into the Big Room which is the biggest cave of limestone in the world! It was fantastic. The artificial lighting used really brought out the natural colours that visitors would not be able to see in the pitch black natural state of the caves. The caves were over 250 millions years old and as we walked through, we saw huge columns where stalactites and stalagmites had married, surrounded by a dripping pool motes. Various parts of the cave had been called ...

    Beautiful weather for one day

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Mar 13, 2014

    ... the Jack the Ripper murders and other goings-on in Whitechapel during that time. We had the second to last episode of the season playing this evening while crossing our fingers that my laptop battery would have enough juice to watch the whole thing. So of course, we ran out of battery power five minutes before the ending…

    The jump tomorrow is at 5:30am and is around 100 miles. We’re heading to Glen Rose, Texas ...