Super 8 Copperas Cove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... We go early to catch the museum/heritage centre and run into a small festival. Max is well away when you can pull the rope for the bell on the old steam engine and ride the oil drum train as well as get up close as a 100 car freight train goes by.
Our train ride goes smoothly and is actually early in Fort Worth & Dallas. Maybe not surprisingly, we get the same coach attendant as on the way done - her name tag read T. Booker, so Booker T it was.
Meredyth & the kids picked us up and it was home for supper. This is an enormous base (seemingly 214,000 acres and 54,000 people) but at least they let us in with Meredyth on the basis of our passports so no tedious security passes needed. Just remember to go out of the house with your passport.
They have a large bungalow so plenty of room for Max to charge around in and Matilda to crawl frantically as she is ...
If you live in the south, you never get snow, you don't even expect it! When the rare time comes around that you ACTUALLY get snow, all hell breaks loose! Even if it is a few flurries, you break everything warm out you have, and act like it is a freakin' blizzard!! Or at least that is what we do in my house. My husband is from Chicago so he things it's hilarious! Whatever, we have fun!!!!! ...
Pic 3 - Hello Texas: Hello Texas!!! The Texas state line by Tatum, TX.
Pic 4 - Welcome: Plains, TX Welcomes you! Oh yeah. I am now officially in Texas!
Pic 5 - The Hill: You know you are in Texas when this qualifies as a hill. Of course this is the appropriate place for a place called Plains, TX!
Pic 6 - Oil Rig: Another one of those " you know you're in Texas...." Moments. You're in oil country now! Black ...
We treated ourselves to breakfast delivery to the room at 9am, as we were all up late because of the time difference of 2 hours. After packing up, we walked across the street to walk over the Waco Suspension Bridge which, when it was built in 1870, was the longest suspension bridge west of the Mississippi. It spans the Brazos River. After our short walk, we loaded into the car and headed south, stopping along the way at a Schlotzky's drive-thru which also had Cinnabon minis. The ...