Inn of Many Faces

Address: 412 W. Morton Street, Denison, Texas, 75020, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Belleville/Pere-Lachaise area of Denison, is near Eisenhower Birthplace State Historical Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Denison

      The Sherman Museum

      A travel blog entry by mirandacar23 on Nov 08, 2014

      5 photos

      Our family took us to the Sherman Museum. The place told us a lot about the history of Sherman and the Red River Area. Formerly known as the Red River Historical Museum, it had many cultural, historical, and educational exhibits to view.

      Totals: Day 12
      Museum fee: $5 (2 tickets)= $10
      Lunch Sandra Dee's: $23
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      Texas Time!

      A travel blog entry by mirandacar23 on Nov 05, 2014

      ... Arco)- Tucumcari, NM: $3 (1 bag of ice)

    • Gas stop (Shell)- Elk City, OK: $48.20; 258.64 miles; 2 hrs 56 mins
    • Food stop (McDonald's) - Elk City, OK: $8.35
    • Gas stop (Chevron) - Sherman, TX: $48.05; 257.88 miles; 4 hrs 21 mins
    • Totals: Day 5
      $154.93
      692.83 miles
      9 hours and 58 ...

      Escaping the Rain

      A travel blog entry by dustpol on Oct 11, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the rain got heavier. This town is on the bucket list for next time.
      Rained all day and we mostly stayed on back roads instead of the interstate for the first half. Once we realized that the rain was not going to let up we hopped on the interstate and headed south towards Dallas.



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      Life....is....good!

      A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 21, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... The Chisholm Trail probably started as a buffalo migration route. It linked summer pastures in the central plains area to winter pastures in Texas. American Indians followed the buffalo and shared the route with U.S. explorers. The original trail was blazed and mapped during the early Civil War years by a half-bred Indian trader by the name of Jesse Chisholm—in 1865 he made the first cattle drive of 250 head over the entire ...

      "Fred's riding Fred"

      A travel blog entry by johnniethegirl on May 29, 2014

      1 photo

      ... floor....yep
      So I decided maybe I should play some poker....
      Wrong... After hearing people constantly mumble to each other, and hearing "Living on Tulsa Time" for the 3rd time in an hour, I decided to just call it a night and head back to the Rv. I climbed into bed and of course directly in my window were they strobe lights of the casino sign. I would have easily just moved, but Rv parking is hard to come by and I was exhausted. I had no choice, so I took all the ...