Fairfield Inn Shreveport Airport
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The room is clean, comfortable, and of average size. A Cracker Barrel restaurant next door provides a place for a good supper.
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... way north. The influence is evident in some of the buildings with wrought iron railings on the balconies. We stopped in at a restaurant which served sandwiches on cornbread and had a piece of pie. We then visited the Jefferson General Store which reminded us of Gruene. In fact the whole town was kind of like Gruene, quaint. We walked down the main street and noticed a statue to the Confederacy ...
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