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Favorite thing: Museums, And the Cameron Zoo is a must see. Bring a camera that doesn't lock-up on you, when you are about to take a great shot... :-))
Fondest memory: A nice picnic lunch, in a relaxing setting like Cameron Park... 'Cold crumbed chicken pieces, a nice potato salad... (my recipe) and a bottle of red or white, or some beer. :-)
Updated Jul 15, 2003
Favorite thing: Visitor Information Centre is a must to visit first to collect all the info, maps and guides on what there is to see in Waco. The lady there was very helpful. The centre is right next to the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum. I-35 at University Parks Drive, Waco.
Fondest memory: Waco was a discovery by accident. The trip down that way was unplanned but what we saw in our first short visit, inspired us to go back and search for more.
Updated Jun 12, 2003
Favorite thing: not stop. I'm not pessimistic, but I've heard people refer to this place as a black hole of sorts. The area is split into three classes - unemployed, low-income, and super rich. The job market is structured so that a large pool of unemployed, educated workers will always exist. City government has time and time again rejected anything that might bring in large-scale work for this city due to the fact that it would raise the general pay scale by offering Union jobs. Although, not a bad place to visit. Adequate cinemas and dining make this a perfect rest stop or brief vacation for anyone, just don't live here. ;)
Written Aug 26, 2002
Favorite thing: Well here is my take on this little question. I think where to take someone depends on his/her interest. And it's not the place a person lives that is so great, it's what you do with the place you live that matters. I am particularly fond of the Baylor Theater, Hipodrome. I also enjoy regularly, the Waco Zoo, and the Baylor 'bear trail' where I go to walk.
Fondest memory: I used to come visit my grandmother here when I was very young. I spent some time at Ridgewood then and now and I have very fond memories there. I remember going to Lion's Park and visiting the 'super slide' when I was a young boy.
Written Aug 24, 2002
Favorite thing: IS AMAZING SUMMER TIME HOW CLOSE U CAN SEE THE SUN EVERY MORNING AND HOW CLEAN ARE THE SKY ON NIGHT...
Fondest memory: SUN AND SKY (STARS)
Written Feb 9, 2007
Favorite thing: Traffic...is great..not busy at all ...not like Austin or Dallas ..specially pick time.
Fondest memory: Church...lot of variety
Updated Jan 16, 2007
Favorite thing: This historical marker designates the founding members of the Waco Longhorn Club, this is a non-profit sharing horse club, organized in 1941, which is the oldest club of its kind in the US.
Written Feb 21, 2005
Favorite thing: A very pleasant activity for me, in any town or city, is to visit the Historic Houses. Would have liked to see a lot more here, perhaps next time.
Updated Jul 15, 2003
1 Review and 106 Opinions We went to Waco, Texas to visit friends and we stayed at the Fairfield Inn & Suites Waco North....
1 Review and 12 Opinions This place looked neat on the outside with victorian accents but the inside was well past its prime....
1 Review and 129 Opinions Hilton Hotels are known for exceptional properties, and I am actually a Diamond member of their...