Victorian Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of Shelby County started the restoration process. It is now used as a museum and community service building. The historic jail is the home of the C of C. both are on the National Register of Historic Places. Once again there are many historic houses and churches in Center.
Since it was Friday, we decided to eat while we were out. Several people had told us that we should go to 7th Street Restaurant in Cushing, a town of about 100 people. On Friday and Sat ...
... satellite pointed in the correct direction and we finally did! So now we can watch TV and hopefully won't have any further problems. We didn't visit any historic sites today, that will start tomorrow. However, we probably won't be doing as much as before. I think Bob is just about "historiced" out. There are just a few places around here that might be interesting. Since we haven't golfed since IA, maybe we'll be ...
... he had to fix it, will should not crack any further, and I guess that is important. As it turned out, it was all good since this cost about $75 less than the other guy.
So by now it is after 1, but I really wanted to see some of Nacogdoches. We drove into downtown and parked at the visitors center. We got some information and walked around the plaza for a bit. There are a lot of old buildings, but not original buildings. Many signs which say "...site of..." ...
... way of crossing the valley during rainy season.
After driving around Rusk for a while, we headed back toward Nacogdoches and "home". The rest of the evening we just watched TV.
This morning we attended church at Perritte United Methodist Church. Today was their Mission Day and the speaker was a missionary to Paraguay they sponsor. She is the director of a day care and she told her story. I told Bob afterward that ...
... a little cooler here than in Queen City, not much be a little bit.
Not sure what we'll do tomorrow, maybe just stick around here and see what history Nacogdoches can provide. I read somewhere that Nacogdoches is the oldest city in Texas. Also have to decide where we will go when we leave here on Tuesday.
Now that we are here, guess I did not have to rush and do laundry because we have sewage here, so I can do laundry if I need ...