Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Paris
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... is actually fairly new, but "in the spirit of Route 66". It's a restaurant and souvenir shop that boasts over 600 flavors of soda pop. They had just about every brand and flavor imaginable. They even had my old favorite from back in New England - Moxie. They also had some nostalgia candy, we saw Necco Wafers, and Bonomo Turkish Taffy.
It was early in the morning, so we skipped on the soda, but did pick up ...
... and Red River County claim to be the "Gateway to Texas". Well, back in 1833, Red River area was a very large, and eventually all or part of 38 counties were created from this area and most of the pioneers coming from OK across the Red River made a stop in Clarksville.
We drove to the square and parked to look around. In the center of the square is yet another Confederate statute. There are several ...
... who took us down some back streets towards the Notre Dame.
Was our last night with the group, had a drink together before saying our goodbyes. Unfortunately the hotel was so massive that we lost touch with everyone unless we happened to be at breakfast at the same time, such a shame because we had such fun with them all.
... from the Dallas area with their grandson Ian for the show today. Ian has never been to a circus before, so I was pretty excited that KMC would be his first one. After an attempted nap, we met up with them halfway through the circus tour that Becky does each morning. I haven’t seen Kim in over a decade, so it was really lovely seeing her again. We all went to Angie’s for breakfast which is something I’ve been counting down to since ...
... 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.