Cibolo Creek Ranch
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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Breakfast in the Penny dinner near our hotel in Alpine, the best one yet!
We head towards the big bend national park - a park so named after the big bend in the river right on the Mexican borider. Mountains of various shapes and sizes, an arid landscape full of scavenging vulchers. The roads are empty nice and windy though and a joy to ride on. The temperature soars to ...
... limits seem to be set with a bit more sense here in the US compared to the UK, but even so it appears that the Americans aren't great respecters thereof. You can be doing 75 in a 70 zone and still have nearly half the traffic passing you.
I do like the fact that they aren't obsessed with posting absurdly low speed limits where there are roadworks and then filling them with speed ...
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For anyone who thought that taking a few months 'out' to travel the US put us on Easy Street, here's confirmation you were right. We've just had four nights in a wonderful casita in the tiny town of Terlingua, located on the western edge of Big Bend. Address - ...
... as a surrealist commentary on Western materialism. Interesting, then, that Miuccia Prada herself was consulted on the project, handpicking the merchandise for the store's interior and allowing Elmgreen and Dragset to use the Prada logo. Costing a sum total of $80,000 - or, put another way, about 40 Prada handbags - Prada Marfa’s grand opening occurred on October 1st, 2005, and the perplexed associated press spread the news all across the country. With all the ...
If you ever ever get this way you have to take the road fromk Terlingua to Presidio!!
This road is awesome, running along the Rio Grande along the Mexican border and there are many stops and vistas you will want to photograph. As well as just wonderful series of bends, great steep up and downs that sometimes you get into such a great rythym it just makes you smile as you power out of tight ...