Whispering Palms Inn

Address: 1300 Veterans Blvd, Del Rio, Texas, 7840, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 1300 Veterans Blvd, Del Rio, is near Funplex, Ho Chi Minh Trails, Edith Moore Nature Sanctuary, and Glazed Over Ceramic Studios.
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      Travel Blogs from Del Rio

      Amanda Rose is a cutie!

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      Day 13 - Houston, Texas.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Sep 02, 2014

      1 photo

      ... to control things there and that was downstairs and held around 20megabytes maximum. How crazy that they would control things outside of earth with such minimal technology! Every team that goes on a tour get together with a designer to produce their badge. Every badge is different as it represents the reasons for the trip and no trip is for the same purpose. Once they have returned and the tour is complete their badge will be pinned up on the mission accomplished wall. There ...

      Day 12 - Houston, Texas.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Sep 01, 2014

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      ... one which we really didn't want to do!! The taxi driver sped down towards the bus for us and pulled up right in front of it, there would have been a crash if the bus was pulling off! Luckily he was on his break so we jumped on. Buses here are so cheap, it cost us $1.25 for a one way journey that took an hour. It costs around £4 for one way from pontypool to Cwmbran at home! We jumped on and felt the relief! Got back to the hotel and went straight to the pool, it was so hot! ...

      Big Bend National Park, Texas

      A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Mar 19, 2013

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      ... was the 3rd one we've been through. A bit further on we saw a border patrol vehicle dragging tyres behind their van as they were driving on a dirt road that ran parallel to the main road, think it was so they could see if fresh tyre tracks or footprints are made. Tonight we are camping just out of Del Rio, TX at Amistad Reservoir, the Rio Grande runs into this so water levels are really low. The weather has been really warm since we've arrived but the nights cool down ...