Victorian Inn & Suites
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... they were working we could give input on the work being done in real time. 4- Everyone is very polite, honest and informative and basically makes us feel important. 5- The campground is very adequate....it's a parking lot but in our experience a very pleasant place to be when waiting for maintenance. And we have something in common with most everyone here----we have a ...
... the transmission. I think we are suffering from "new coachitis". But I am sure Doctor Bob and his crew will fix us up. A little background on Doctor Bob: When we first picked up our new coach, I smashed my thumb in a drawer and it hurt like what childbirth must feel like?! My thumb nail was black and throbbing. I lived with it for about 24 hours even though everyone said I had to pierce the nail to let the blood out. ...
... for dinner tonight was Red Polo shirts for our trip across the parking lot to the restaurant at the Quality Inn next door. The restaurant was actually very nice and the food was good too.
We returned to the hotel between 8:30 PM and 9:00 PM and had our team meeting. Tim and Debbie took our clothes tot he guest laundry so we will have clean clothes ready for us to pick up in the ...
... the town and it's history (the oldest town in Texas). We also went out that night and listening to a local band play. We had plans to spend time at the lake, but the weather did not cooperate with us.
It was great catching up with more family and connecting with people we don't get to see very often!
... name, and the famous Hotel Fredonia.
In 1955 I moved from Detroit to Houston with my family. We were almost in Houston on the last day of our trip when we started nagging my dad to look for a place to stop. Nothing looked very promising in the small towns we passed through in southwestern Arkansas and East Texas, until we suddenly came upon an oasis --a beautiful, brand new hotel in a town with a name we ...