Hampton Inn Paris
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Excellent Hotel! Large, Clean Room! Pizza Hut Out Front!
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This morning we escaped from the smoke filled dungeon that was our hotel room last night. I have learned my lesson, and will always pay close attention as to whether a room is smoking or non-smoking for the rest of my life. As we were heading down to breakfast at about 7:30 this morning, there was a loud bang and the entire building shook for a …
... we made our way to Bogata and then on into Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon has two native sons (well probably more, but only two that are mentioned and only one of them have most people heard of). The first is Henry Clay Thurston. His restored 1880's house serves as the visitor's center, but of course was not open. Anyway HCT is said to have been the tallest soldier to fight for the Confederacy during the Civil War. At 7' 7 1/2", he ...
Next day we walked all day, down the Champs Elyssei and found a lovely café and enjoyed lunch French style.
The highlight was "Moulan Rouge", what a show, the meal was lousy and the seating tight but the show was magnificent, bought the brochure.
Enjoyed the walking tour earlier this morning with a very ...
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Our shows today are on the rodeo grounds in Hugo, a place we never drove past over the winter. In a weird way, it feels like we’re in a new town since our immediate surroundings aren’t familiar. But lots of familiar faces around the lot made it Hugo again: Cristian’s girlfriend Bethanie and their dog, Coda, Buckner, Dominick, Dudley, Jim, and Emily, just to name a few.
Our friends Kim and Ira ...
... the Crazy House Western Wear shop on the way. I couldn't resist going in and ended up buying my very own raw denim cowboy work shirt for $21.64! Hm... that's going to come in handy the next time I need to build a fence or herd some cattle across the plains.
On the way to seeing Paris, Texas' 45Ft (15m) replica of the Eiffel Tower, I took cash out from a drive-in cash machine for the first time ever. It's a revelation. Oh, and the tap water tastes of mold here.