Miss Olivia's Bed & Breakfast

Address: 319 South Denton, Gainesville, Texas, 76240, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 319 South Denton, Gainesville.
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Travel Blogs from Gainesville

A tale of 2 tracks!

A travel blog entry by tigger252 on Oct 10, 2015

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... travel to Denton in Texas 4 hours away to catch some of the Street Outlaw racing. Driving near Dallas is a tad hairy everyone's got to be somewhere fast and up close! Also finding a motel or a hotel on a Saturday night is hard work- finally found a basic Motel 6, roll on tomorrow and the next stage of our road ...

Denton, Texas

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Sep 16, 2015

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In Denton and not too much to do. We went for a little walk around the town square. The town Hall looks nice and there was a cool second hand book/CD and music shop, plus pawn shops that double-up as music shops which was interesting. Also a drum shop - there are definitely musicians here! Also a small theater and art gallery and a couple of coffee shops, and then each of the streets go off ...

Day 3 Lazy Day in Dallas

A travel blog entry by coldunn on Jul 24, 2015

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Nice slow start to the day.

Checked out ~11:00am and rode to Dave's place at Corinth.

Dave took me and the kids to the Country Club Pool for a swim and general relaxing after he had to work all day. Well some people do have to work! Jeff also joined us and we cooled off nicely from ...

Texas Roadhouse

A travel blog entry by bevlangbein on Apr 19, 2015

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... quarter, but boy it was good. It also made dinner for the two of us the next night. Three meals for the price of one, now that's pretty neat. Cries of Yee Ha rang out along with hootin' and hoolerin'. It was someone's birthday and they had to ride the saddle while everyone yelled! The restaurant was full and people really seemed to be enjoying themselves. It was another grand night, experiencing the Lone Star ...

Historic District

A travel blog entry by bevlangbein on Apr 17, 2015

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... a high tea experience to be sure. I have discovered that American 'scones' are really our biscuits. The ones at Amitea were free and were Scottish Shortbread with Cranberries added, I had two. Potted History Lesson. Texas was a province of Mexico until the 1830's and then was an independent Nation until it became part of the United States in 1845. It became the 28th State. The Lone Star symbol comes from when it was an independent country and it is still part of the State ...