Marfa Guest Quarters

Address: 109 W. San Antonio St, Marfa, Texas, 79843, United States | Villa
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This villa, located on 109 W. San Antonio St, Marfa, is near Chinati Foundation, Presidio County Courthouse, Fort D. A. Russell, and Marfa and Presidio County Museum.
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      Marfa stop

      A travel blog entry by crisguidi on Feb 20, 2014

      5 photos

      Boy....this was a pleasant surprise! Marfa is about 30 minutes west of Alpine and has a population of 2121. But just outside of Marfa is a well known site where mysterious lights have been seen in the desert. The Marfa lights are not understood. They are twisting, merging, darting lights that are viewed from many miles away across the desert. Early settlers thought they wee Apache fires while Apaches thought they were falling stars. To date ...

      Out and about, exploring the cracks

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 13, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... wandering and recon of the area, I narrowed it down to two places...both locals joints. One was Alice's local that they don't even have a sign. The other was a place called Mando's. Both had local trucks, border patrol vehicles, and such parked outside......obvious to all that this is where the locals dine. We wound up in Mando's. It was a good choice. I had tacos that where quite good, and Laurie had a pork dish in red chile ...

      Digging up Dom

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 12, 2014

      43 photos

      ... throw a rock into Mexico. There's no fence, no border guard, and it's so remote, and rugged, it would be incredibly difficult to cross here. If you wanted, you could wade across the river in some parts, swim in others, and go to Mexico and under two or three minutes. The border has always been porous here. Animals and people have crossed back and forth here for hundreds of years with no thought of the fact they're crossing an international ...

      Stuck in colder weather

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 11, 2014

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... Outside of each one they have old cars parked with "Food Shark" on the side. I had a great panini and Laurie had pinto beans and rice with fresh pico, avocados, and sour cream. After lunch, we wandered downtown seeing the courthouse, jail (a REAL west texas JAIL) and the one store that was open.

      We headed back towards the truck and went in the hotel downtown which had a large gift shop. This was an old Spanish style hotel that had been fully ...

      Road to Marfa, Texas to See the Lights?

      A travel blog entry by travelintommy on Jun 26, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... was 9:45 and I left to go to the Marfa Lights Observation Area. It was about 7 miles outside of town and very dark. You could see millions of stars and feel so small. Off in the distance, I spotted lights moving around and then disappearing only to re-appear and move a little more. At this point, I must tell you that if I had a map, I could probably find the road that these cars were driving on - lol. Either way, they had to be dozens of ...