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The City of Everything

29 August, 2014: When choosing a place to stay, most of us consider three things – a place where we can work, a place where we can play, and a place where we can live. However, for a vacation spot, we typically are provided only with the second one – a place where we can play. What happens now if we have to take a "working" vacation? The answer to that is Corsicana.

The city of Corsicana is located the Navarro County in Texas. At present, it boasts of a population of about 24,000. Its city motto is "live, work, play". This is because the city has everything that anyone would ever need – a place to live, to work, and to play. With a land area of around 22 square miles, the city of Corsicana is able to house a number of tourist attractions including the Pioneer Village, the Navarro Mills Lake, the State National Bank building, the Pearce Civil War & Western Art Museum, the Corsicana Field Aviation Heritage Foundation Museum, and the Russell Stover Candy Factory.

Since you would probably need more than a day or two in order to see all of the sights and sites that Corsicana has to offer, you have to make sure that you book yourself in any of the hotels in Corsicana TX. One such hotel in Corsicana Texas that you should consider is the Super 8 of the Super 8 chain of hotels and inns.

As with any Super 8 branch, guests of the Super 8 Corsicana can enjoy a number of amenities including access to high-speed Internet, free continental breakfast, wake-up call service, outdoor parking, and use of the TV with more than 50 channels.

For a list of the other amenities being provided by Super 8 Corsicana to their guests, visit http://www.dodbusopps.com/91777/23.htm. You can also make use of the quick reservation form found at the upper part of the page in order to book a room ahead of time without you having to leave the comfort of your home.

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Super 8 Corsicana, Texas
2021 Regal Drive, Corsicana, TX 75109 US
Phone: (903) 874-6246
http://www.dodbusopps.com/91777/23.htm

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