Hampton Inn and Suites - Durant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... br> We headed back to Durant by a different route, passing by Denison, TX, but decided not to stop at Eisenhower's place. We will be back this way in Sep and since we will have more time then, we'll go over then.
Back "home" Bob worked for several hours trying to figure out how to send emails from his outlook. He eventually got it figured out, so he is happy now. I however, cannot seem to do it. I ...
... out was it is currently closed because of high water. So hopefully when we are here in Sep the road will be open.
We drove back into Durant and drove downtown to the historic district. Didn't really see anything I wanted to look at so we came back "home". And here we are.
That just about takes care of our day. Hope everyone has had a good day. Tomorrow after church, we're going to drive over to Paris, TX and see the sights.
... we would be able to. There was a car there already, so we waited. I got out of the car and started to get into the coach to get my drink, when Bob told me I couldn't get in since there was a chair sitting in the stairwell. He had slammed on the brakes for a stop light and my drink flew up to the front, spilled, one of the dining chairs fell into the stair well and I later saw where the recliners had moved forward also. Luckily the two wine bottles we had in the rack ...
Drove south through the Ozarks into some small towns through southern Missouri before hitting the Arkansas border. Again we had persistent rain and low visibility. Dionne and Andy suggested that we stop in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. We absolutely loved the town and wished we could have stopped but as ...
... little town of only fifty residents is close to being abandoned as well, it is remote and has no importance for those few who remain and live here, other than cattle farming. There is not much of interest here in this tiny community of Spanish Fort. The heyday years for the Chisholm Trail were between 1867 and 1884. All that remains is Cemetery #MU-C045 and a granite marker that can only be found via hiking through woods, pastures, ...