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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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State Capital: Austin
Two Important Cities: Dallas and Houston
Statehood: December 29, 1845
State Motto: teyshas-Friends or Allies
State Flower: Bluebonnet
State Bird: Mockingbird
5 Significant Features: Rio Grande, San Marcos River, Texas State University, University of Texas at Austin, and Big Bend National Park
Current Population: 26,448,193
Square Miles: 268,601
... was running cycling races. So many streets were blockaded or else one way streets, so we got lost and couldn't find our way back on track. Finally found a police car and it was a lovely lady cop on duty.she gave us directions and agreed to me taking her photo. We got back onto The Interstate highway and kept going. Back to Farmerville at 10pm - very ...
We always knew that Texas was a huge state. That much is obvious. But it seems dauntingly large when you are driving through it. New Orleans to Austin was okay. Houston was gross, but no big deal to get through knowing we had Austin to look forward to. We were trying to map out our route from Austin to Santa Fe, which is quite a hike. I had texted my friend Stacy, who is from Texas, to ...
Here we are, Wichita Falls, Tx. have to get the motor home ready to put into storage for at least 6 months to a year and then maybe get it back to the east coast. Found a awesome place to store it and a great price, we have a 12x45 covered space with a electric if needed, so we have been off loading everything we will need for the next 6 months or so....(you can put a lot ...
Apparently, there is an old Texan rhyme, which I can relate to:
The sun has shone, the sun has set
We are still in Texas yet
Various people had told me that Texas is vast but you can't really imagine it until you're driving through. I'm not even taking the widest crossing through the Lone Star state but it doesn't seem to end. The drive to Wichita Falls ...