Hotel Fredonia and Convention Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Fredonia and Convention Center Nacogdoches
I stayed at this hotel when it was first opened, in 1955! I was so glad to hear that it had been restored and reopened. They did a beautiful job. It's in a great location near the historic downtown of Nacogdoches, the oldest town in Texas. The food was great, service was friendly and my room was comfortable. The best rooms are in a circle around the pool!
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... in condos you have the choice of using the kitchen and eating as healthy as you would like OR going out when you don't want to make a trip to the grocery store and prepare food.
We have also used certain credit cards to build up points for hotel stays and airfare. During our travels we may have to use a hotel for 1 or 2 nights between condo stays and we are able to do this points that we have built up. Some ...
... they were working we could give input on the work being done in real time. 4- Everyone is very polite, honest and informative and basically makes us feel important. 5- The campground is very adequate....it's a parking lot but in our experience a very pleasant place to be when waiting for maintenance. And we have something in common with most everyone here----we have a ...
... NOT IMAGINE doing that and thought I would tough it out and wait for the pain to pass. After a mostly sleepless night, I got the courage to let Doctor Bob pierce my nail with a needle. I wouldn't let Doug do it but Doctor Bob convinced me he had lots of experience doing the procedure not just to people but calves as well. So he did it, it didn't hurt and although very sore, I was able to carry on.....Thanks Doctor ...
... with those who were there and then we were off for an approximate 2/10 of a mile ride to a parking lot around the corner where we loaded the bikes in the trailer and then drove for an hour or so to a spot where we unloaded the bicycles and rode and rode. It was hot and hilly. Bonnie rode until lunch and then Sarah rode for another stretch and she got in the van. I rode a short ride in the ...
... the town and it's history (the oldest town in Texas). We also went out that night and listening to a local band play. We had plans to spend time at the lake, but the weather did not cooperate with us.
It was great catching up with more family and connecting with people we don't get to see very often!