Heritage, Volume 5, Number 3, Autumn 1987 Page: 39
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Visit the historic Gage Hotel in West Texas.
Traditional accommodations and country
cooking in a rustic setting. (915) 386-4205,
P.O. Box 46, Marathon, Texas 79842. Gateway
to the Big Bend.
Nestled in the beautiful Davis Mountains
of West Texas stands the Historic Limpia
Hotel. Built of pink sandstone in 1912 on the
town square, the Limpia Hotel exudes an old
world charm in a turn of the century setting.
Box 822, Fort Davis, Texas 79734. (915)
Gardner Hotel/El Paso International Youth
Hostel: Experience this 1920 railroad style
hotel, the oldest continually operating hotel
in El Paso. Stay where outlaws John Dillinger
and Baby Face Nelson did. 50 rooms with
original furnishings, reasonable rates. 311 East
Franklin Avenue, El Paso, Texas 79901.
Neal's Lodges and Cafe: A rustic 1927 retreat
overlooking river bluff, built of native stone.
55 cabins with modern accommodations. Dining
room features handmade cedar tables and
is famous for breakfasts. A bird watcher's
haven. Just west of San Antonio. Highway
127, Concan, Texas 78838. (512) 232-6118.
The San Juan Hotel-Newly restored Rio
Grande Valley landmark hotel. Four miles
east of McAllen on Bus. Hwy. 83. Lovely
rooms, air conditioning, TV, phones. Swimming
Pool. Dining room, coffee shop. Patios.
P.O. Box 114, San Juan, Texas 78589. (512)
Fredericksburg and Hill Country: Be My
Guest Lodging Service provides more than
just accommodations. We offer you a unique
experience: "A Step Back in Time" Historic
Homes. Separate guest cottages in town or
country. Continental country breakfast. (512)
Visit the historic Nutt House Hotel in Granbury.
Built in 1893 with 15 authentically preserved
rooms. Original dinner bell calls guests
to period dining room which features a country
buffet Tuesday-Sunday/Lunch, Friday
and Saturday/Dinner. Hotel Reservations
(817) 573-5612. Town Square, Granbury,
Riverview Farm offers large, Texas style,
stone structure decorated with antiques. Suite
upstairs sleeps 8, downstairs 2/4. Full breakfast
served in dining area. View to Pedemales
River, trees, and many wild flowers. One mile
to swimming pool, golf course. 4 miles to
Fredericksburg. (512) 997-8555.
Texas Video Library. Choose from Texas
Independence Trail, Texas Missions, Texas:
Land of Legends, Texas Festivals. $29.95 each
or $99.50 for all four. VHS only. Send
check to Media Matrix, Box 5455, Midland,
Texas 79704, (915) 684-8675.
Tour Elissa, "Tall Ship for Texas". Berthed at
Pier 21, Galveston, Texas, one block from
Historic Strand District, the restored 1877
iron barque is home from July 4, 1986, Liberty
Centennial Parade of Sail. Self-guided tour
of ship, maritime exhibits, restoration film.
Tour Ashton Villa, 2328 Broadway, Galveston,
Texas. The 1859 house museum is a
living reminder of Galveston's Gilded Age.
The elegant Brown Family mansion, furnished
with period antiques, features unique archaeology
exhibit of 19th century domestic
life. Film of 1900 Storm. Open daily. (409)
Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Museum: Shall We Dance, Early Inaugural
Balls in Texas History. Ball accessories,
gowns and invitations will be included in
this exhibit to run through spring. Hours:
Wednesday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday 1-4.
Old Land Office Building, on State Capitol
RAFT THE RIO GRANDE. Year-round
guided float trips through the spectacular canyons
of the Big Bend. Experienced guides,
great campfire meals, river music and naturalist
trips. Also rivers in New Mexico, Colorado,
and Mexico. Far-Flung Adventures,
Box 31, Terlingua, Texas 79852. (915)
2300 Pasadena Drive
Austin, Texas 78757
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Texas Historical Foundation. Heritage, Volume 5, Number 3, Autumn 1987, periodical, Autumn 1987; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45439/m1/39/: accessed February 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Historical Foundation.