Best Western Inn of Carthage

Address: 2332 SE Loop, Carthage, Texas, 75633, United States | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Carthage

      YeeHaw! We're in Texas!

      A travel blog entry by the3chickateers on Jun 08, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      I don't know why we're so excited....check back with us in a few hours when we're STILL in Texas! We stopped on the line to gas up. We threw on our old cowboy boots and our hats and walked around the TA for a bit. We tried really hard to look like it was just another day. :-) Back to singing along at the top of our lungs to all our old country songs! PS. So far, everything seems to be the same size as it is in ...

      *Picking up a load my first REAL haul!

      A travel blog entry by stwistrand on Apr 28, 2013

      Up until this point, Scott has yet to drive. So, finally in the morning his trainer is giving him the go ahead to get behind the wheel in order to move his first haul for a pick up at Tyson Foods. Let's hope for the best!
      ((Will try and update this post later on when I talk to Scott more.))

      So, as of 7:15pm (Eastern) Scott is on I-20 about to hit I-10 on his way to Tolleson, AZ. ...

      Moving into Texas

      A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Dec 29, 2011

      3 photos

      We left Jackson MS Thursday morning continuing on I 20. We stopped at Vicksburg MS to visit Vicksburg National Memorial Park and found it very interesting and informative. Driving through the grounds gives you a good idea of why those battles took so long and resulted in 20,000+ deaths. We continued on into Louisiana and had a wonderful lunch at Cotton in ...

      Cajun Christmas

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Dec 28, 2011

      12 photos

      ... It was an interesting and fun tour and we enjoyed getting to take a boat ride through the swamp.



      Next we went to Oak Alley Plantation, also in Louisiana. It is one of the few remaining plantations left, and also the prettiest. The path to the front porch is lined with 28 Virginia Live Oak trees, 14 on each side. They were planted about ...

      It's Christmas Time in New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Dec 27, 2011

      10 photos

      ... Quarter.

      The French Quarter is an entire historic section of New Orleans. The streets are very narrow, with two- or three-story buildings seemingly leaning in on each side. Each building is different, but the style is similar enough for the buildings to all look good together. What makes the architecture the most distinct, at least to me, is all the decorative wrought-iron work along ...