Miss Jessie's Cottage B&B

Address: 302 West First Street, Hico, Texas, 76457, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 302 West First Street, Hico.
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Travel Blogs from Hico

Billy the Kid or Not?

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 04, 2015

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... Boy did they like their cheese. They had mostly Cheddar and it was on the expensive side, $17/lb, so after Bob tasted a few, we politely made our departure.

On arrival in Dublin, we headed for the bottling company. There is a soda fountain attached to the museum where they make soda the old fashioned way. The museum is really interesting and the people who work there are very knowledgeable on the history. They ...

Parking lot circus

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Mar 14, 2014

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... and got the correct address. It was a nice, small, and clean laundromat with an attendant on duty…what more can you ask for??

We don’t have a sponsor again today but we welcomed happy families into the tent, many of whom had never been to a circus before. My favorite moment was with a kid of about 6 years old who asked me what our sideshow museum had inside. I told him we have a two-headed duck in there but ...

We plan, we drive, we conquer

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Feb 04, 2014

We move toward our new campground Sun Country in Whitney, Texas. In trying to find the campground, we ended up in a tiny little town with dirt roads and very narrow streets. We called the campground to get better directions (than the GPS was giving us). We are learning the GPS is often not absolutely correct. The campground sites are level and the campground is basically empty. The parameter ...

Everyone needs a "Catrina"

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Jan 28, 2014

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When we left Colorado Springs we did not have the paperwork necessary to get license plates for our new truck or our Redwood 5th wheel. It was something that we were unsure how to handle long distance—but we knew if it was possible, Catrina could get it taken care of. Worst case scenario, we would make a trip back to Colorado Springs to get the license plates in person—but heading back ...

Great People... Good Food

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Jan 24, 2014

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We moved onto Glen Rose, Texas—it feels like such a nice little town. We drove through town and enjoyed seeing the old Downtown area. There are a lot of stone buildings (that we later found out are partially petrified wood). I love seeing the different architecture around the country.


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