Would like to know if it is worth the time or should we just stay in Texas and explore? Have one day to explore, Ojinaga chihuahua to see as much as possible Ojinaga chihuahua not waste our time. Thanks for your help, but I tried to get to the trails site that you suggested and they wanted me to sign up for a trial subscription and my credit card number. If you have any other suggestions, let's hear them.
My wife and I have vacationed in Lajitas and Big Bend three times in the last three years. From our prospective the previous poster was correct. Don't go to Ojinaga. The drive Ojinaga chihuahua Presidio to Lajitas is one of my favorite driving roads.
I think you'll enjoy it very much. In Presidio there is a Mexican restaurant, El Patio, we really liked.
It was probably the highlight of our trip. The trip is about 67 milesof which about thirty miles is unpaved road. We made the trip a new Dodge Durangoand would not have wanted to be out there with less clearence. The people are incredibly charming; and we spent a couple hours learning about the history of the area from the owner, his wife, a local historian and of all things We can also recommend the for both food and accomodations: Thank you so much for all your suggestions,Leeson-Hedge-Fund.
I don't know if we will be able to do all you suggest as we will have a compact rental car. I guess we will not waste our time in Ojinaga! Any more suggestions on eating,drinking, and touring will be greatly appreciated.
We love anything to do with getting to know the locals. The two restaurants at Lajitas are Ocotillo and Candelilla. Ocotillo "Ojinaga chihuahua" more upscale, and one should plan to spend plenty of money there. That said, I didn't feel ripped off. We don't mind spending money for Ojinaga chihuahua food and service. We received both each time we went there. The beef was relaibly good and the wine list extensive. For those given to such things, rattlesnake cakes are often on the menu Candelilla is a mexican themed restaurant.
Food is good and less expensive than Ojinaga chihuahua. Try the "Lajitas Fajitas". Right next door is the Thirsty Goat Saloon which often offers entertainment featuring a singer named Cowboy Doug. Most everyone I've spoken with recommends the food at the Starlight in Terlingua. As someone who has visited the Big Bend area ao TexasI would stay in Texas and explore this great area and leave the other side of the border to itself. There is much to see along the River Road and Lajitas and Terlinqa starlite theatre.
One day may be enough to see some areas, "Ojinaga chihuahua" you will be in Texas and our distances are huge.
Great lodging at Lajitas resort. Also great food although may be a little spicy for your Wisconsin taste-buds It seems strange to me a Texan to receive good information about "Ojinaga chihuahua" beloved texas from someone from of all places- New York - but I must say that the post sent by the New Yorkers is full of good info, it shows they have a appreciation of Texas and not your stereotypical view of Ojinaga chihuahua state, that is refreshing.
Many great times and safe journeys within Texas. Thanks for all the great info.
We will be flying into MAF and renting a car on Nov. Next day driving on to Terlingua where we will be staying at Chisos Mining Company Motel in one of their condos for the next 3 nights. River rafting the next Ojinaga chihuahua and the 2 days after doing exploring of the area.
The 26th we will be driving back Ojinaga chihuahua Odessa to stay the night before we fly home on the 27th. So any other info on places to visit along the way there and back would be great. We are especially into brewpubs and cheap but good dining. And yes I think we can certainly handle the spicy food as we like it in the Dominican when we travel there every year.
Thanks for the kind words. We're certainly big fans of "Ojinaga chihuahua" Texas. Hoping to return next year. If you can find a way to stay at the Gage Hotel in Marathon I think you'd really like the restaurant and there. You said you're into inexpensive dining Its Ojinaga chihuahua not that, but the food is good and the White Buffalo Bar I think that's the name is teriffic. Another place we found interesting was Fort Davis. I thnk the hotel there was called the Hotel Limpia spelling?
We didn't stay or eat there but resolved to do so on our next visit.