Best Western Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... we'll be leaving quite early to stay out of the heat of the day. No pictures today as it was mostly flat for miles and miles/ rangeing from farmland to Texas hill country to some desert like plains. A pretty depressing area and many closed down businesses, and so, so differnt from what we'vebeen seeing. There are some pictures I took ...
This morning we all had breakfast with Uncle Jerry and Aunt Katherine at Denny's. It was hard for me to say goodbye. We left Kilgore around 10:30 and began to make our way across Texas. The Dallas/Ft Worth area wasn't bad at all to drive thru on a Sunday. All I have to say about Texas is DANG is it hot!!! We pulled in to Vernon today ...
... through Ft. Worth. It was a good driving day being Sunday, not too much traffic.
Not much to see except oil rigs. It was surprising that we didn't see any windmills. Texas is a wealthy state. As of 2010 it shares the top of the list of the most Fortune 500 companies with California at 57. And like Florida, no state tax. But it's BIG. It's ...
... She was the first woman to be executed in the Sunshine state since 1848 when a slave name Celia was hanged for murdering the man that owned her.
Sites not to be missed in Quanah include the Quanah Acme and Pacific Railroad Depot Museum, a jewel of Spanish Architecture. Don’t miss the old jail attached in back and upstairs see the Masonic and Veteran’s rooms. Also don’t miss the Copper Breaks State Park. A small, beautiful park named ...
... all in one day. After sunset we went to a few hip rooftop bars on Sixth Street to celebrate Cinco De Mayo. On our way out of the giant state the next morning, we dove through Houston and decided to stop by NASA to see how they were doing. We went on the tour of mission control and the test facility for the O'Ryan space program. It was a privilege to see first hand the NASA staff at work on an upcoming project and a future mission. Texas, you've been great. ...