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Totally enjoyed our stay with Days Inn, Kerrville, TX. This is third time to stay here in past five years on motorcycle road trip to Texas Hill Country. Have never regretted the stay here. Always clean and comfortable stay and the folks that operate this...More
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Response from Dhruti P, Guest Relations Manager at Days Inn KerrvilleResponded 19 May 2017
Thank you for leaving your five star rating of our hotel. It is very rewarding to hear your perspective of our hotel and we appreciate that you have acknowledged our efforts to provide a clean, comfortable, and hospitable experience. We enjoyed having you...More
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We want to visit southern TX toward the end of February for our 50th wedding anniversary, and find an inexpensive place to stay and do road day trips to see your part of the US. We would need a handicap-friendly room/suite. Because we are driving from WI and can't count on the weather changing our itinerary, we don't have a set day for check-in. We would also like to know about "things to do" within a day's drive from Kerrville that requires very little walking. Also would like to know if there is a place nearby where I can rent a "scooter". Thank you.
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We have touristed in Texas for many decades and do not have a 4x4, we drive a full size sedan type car. You would have to really get out in the rural backwoods to have that kind of issue. Corpus Christi is nice, but for sure... More
We have touristed in Texas for many decades and do not have a 4x4, we drive a full size sedan type car. You would have to really get out in the rural backwoods to have that kind of issue. Corpus Christi is nice, but for sure not my favorite. Galveston is nice, they have recently spent millions adding tourist improvements to the Port/Coast area when they started having cruises depart from Galveston Port to the Caribbean. The strand has lots of tourist shopping and restaurants. Also, Port Aransas is very cutesy and has some small tourist places that are fun-just north of Corpus. Corpus can be a little more run down in places, but there are a few nice restaurants on the water. Anywhere on the coast is going to be more low key "causal" than some of the other areas in or near the big cities. Houston and Austin have some cool stuff to see-maybe on another road trip. Texas has every kind of geography landscape you could possibly want to see (desserts and canyons of North & West; forests, lakes & hills of East; Grasslands and prairie of Central; Hill country of mid-south, and Coast ocean/bay of far south). Of course, you could spend a lifetime seeing it all, Wisconsin is probably the same!