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Pearl is a tiny town of about 100 located along Highway 183 just south of US Highway 84 in Coryell County in the Prairies and Lakes Section of Texas. Pearl was established some time before 1871 and was meant to …
travel review from Pearl, Texas
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I had to stop in the tiny town of Pearl because I have a very cute little grandniece with that name. Glad I did. There is not a lot to do in Pearl; but I loved the look of the …
travel review from Gatesville, Texas
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$16 as of December 2014. Prima Pasta looks fairly nice outside and even better inside. Lots of stone (like a great fireplace) and dark wood. The menu includes a variety of Italian specialties likes various pizza, pasta, and chicken dishes. …
travel review from Rising Star, Texas
updated 9 hours ago
Rising Star is a small town of about 800 (down 1% since 2000) located at the intersection of Texas Highway 36 and US Highway 183 in Eastland County in the Prairies and Lakes Section of Texas. The first settlers arrived …
updated 9 hours ago
Rising Star is a small town of about 800 (down 1% since 2000) located at the intersection of Texas Highway 36 and US Highway 183 in Eastland County in the Prairies and Lakes Section of Texas. The first settlers arrived …
travel review from Warsaw, Poland
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The Bunker monument marks the spot where the leaders of the Warsaw uprising were discovered. Although it is commonly believed to be the last bunker to be discovered, it is only one of many which were destroyed on May 8th …
travel review from Sweetwater, Texas
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Sweetwater has a nice historic district with several buildings of historical and/or architectural interest. The Sweetwater Commercial Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There is one district and three individual entries on the National Register …
travel review from Lipscomb, Texas
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I really liked this tiny town in the northern part of the panhandle of Texas. Quaint and quiet with very friendly people. Lipscomb is a town of about 37 (down 16% since 2000) located along Texas Highway 305 in Lipscomb …
travel review from Warsaw, Poland
updated 9 hours ago
Probably one of the most common mistakes for any Warsaw tourist is to mix up two of the most important events in Warsaw’s history. The Warsaw Uprising and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. This monument has little to do with the …
travel review from Scott, Louisiana
updated 10 hours ago
$57 with a discount in December 2014 (prices vary due to weekend/weekday, season, special events, and other factors). This is a fairly nice looking hotel with a decent lobby; but no lobby computer. My room had a small refrigerator, a …
travel review from Colorado City, Texas
updated 10 hours ago
$95 with a discount in December 2014 (prices vary due to weekend/weekday, season, special events, and other factors). This is a newer hotel built for the oil boom. It looks okay on the outside and has nice large rooms with …
travel review from Warsaw, Poland
updated 10 hours ago
When West-German chancellor Willy Brandt knelt down in front of the monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, reactions were mixed. Many people perceived it as a self-humiliating act for the German nation, many more saw it as …
travel review from El Paso, Texas
updated 10 hours ago
$64 with a discount in December 2014 (prices change due to weekend/weekday, season, special events, and other factors). It is a pretty long drive from my house to El Paso so on days when I drive it non-stop, I am …
travel review from Warsaw, Poland
updated 10 hours ago
When this monument was unveiled on April 19th 1948, the fifth anniversary of the uprising, it stood in the middle the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto. The monument shows the fighters on one side, with their range of feelings between …
travel review from Warsaw, Poland
updated 11 hours ago
Among Europe's big cities, Warsaw is among those who can show the most skyscrapers in its skyline. The most significant in Warsaw's skyline however is not one of those glass and steel monsters, but an example of Socialist Classicism (commonly …
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