Harvard Hotel

Address: 109 State Street, Fort Davis, Texas, 79734, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 109 State Street, Fort Davis, is near McDonald Observatory, Davis Mountains State Park, and Fort Laramie National Historic Site.
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    Carlsbad Caverns (Whites City) to Fort Davis

    A travel blog entry by clarencejspm on Oct 28, 2014

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    Up at stupid o'clock today as we want to try and get on the 8:30am Lower Caves tour, we leave the hotel at about 7:30 and get to the visitor centre around 8am. We get served by the same lady who served us yesterday and she remembers us which is really nice! Luckily for us there are still two spaces on the tour so we book them quick! Before we know it its time to meet the ranger and we get taken through to a room for our orientation, basically a safety chat, ...

    Day 5: $&@? Idea

    A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... deals with the owners and taking all the good spots years in advance. Yes, there is an hierarchy to trailer life. We are on the bottom. The lady on the phone was completely devoid of personality, so I saved my trailer jokes for another time. She said they had several spaces, and no reservation was needed...it was the wrong place, and the right one was taken up by the aforementioned trailer jocks. After driving around for a while we ...

    On to the Mountains!

    A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... Canyon. MIL and FIL stayed at the Millers and went to lunch at a Mexican restaurant in town.

    Modesta Canyon was fabulous – beautiful with lots of ups and downs for hiking, then out on to the plains for a look over a valley. Evidently Modesta Canyon got its name from Clayton Williams' (Claytie as he is known out here) wife; he was a founding member and gave money to the CDRI. Ate lunch on the trail – Kelly got a ...

    Texas - from an old fort to new oil

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 10, 2014

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    ... blocks and housed the workers who plied the roads and worksites.

    We pushed on to Texon (not much there) and then got into the hurly gurdy of Big Lake, which made everything else look like a side show. The servo we pulled into had 20 pumps and we had to line up; the traffic was chaotic; every hotel/motel was booked out and the only RV park in town was full of workers rigs. Everybody was in a rush to go somewhere, do something or earn another ...

    Digging up Dom

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 12, 2014

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    ... and then Presidio which is right on the Mexican border. It feels more Mexican than USA. Makes me want to really go to Mexico. There are so many abandoned structures everywhere. Its odd, like people just woke up one morning and said to themselves, "had enough", and left. Seem like they've been doing that since the first settlements. Terlingua was interesting as the new people just basically moved a few rocks and rebuilt a few of the houses that were ...