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    129 Hay St., Fayetteville NC 28301
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    107 Person St., Fayetteville NC 28301

Fredericksburg, Texas

Fredericksburg, Texas

Settled by German immigrants, this town is rich in historic heritage. Nestled in the beauty of the hill country, most of the historic structures remain unchanged and have avoided the wave of modernism. Architectural features such as original tin ceilings, hardwood floors and stone and tin facades still remain in place.

Fredericksburg has a year round schedule of family events that include fairs, parades, Oktoberfest, and art and wine shows. It's bed and breakfast locations are often quaint sunday homes that have been renovated. Sunday homes were used by the German settlers when they migrated into town to go to church! The shops are unique and rich in arts, crafts, antiques and more.

Surrounded by wineries, enchanted rock, hills, valleys, streams and a plethora of wildlife, this is the ultimate destination to make your home.

Manitou Springs, Colorado

Manitou Springs, Colorado
Manitou Springs is a special place to live and visit. The formation of a National Historic District (one of the largest west of the Mississippi) spurred the restoration of many commercial buildings as well as the older homes surrounding them. An art colony began to grow and prosper with the founding of Commonwheel Artist's Coop and the Business of Art Center.

Tourists rediscovered the charms of all the traditional attractions, plus a new emphasis on outdoor activities like the Intemann Trail. The family-run motels continued to offer small town hospitality while more and more Bed and Breakfasts joined their ranks. New residents were attracted to Manitou Springs by its visual beauty and quality of life, creating a renewed sense of pride and volunteerism.

The ultimate symbol of this renewal is the resurrection of the springs by the Mineral Springs Foundation, organized in 1987. Now, thanks to their efforts, most of the traditional mineral springs are once again accessible, surrounded by their restored pavilion, and safe to drink. Please don't forget to sample the waters from which our town began.

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Fayetteville, North Carolina

In 1783, two early settlements, Campbellton and Cross Creek, converged and were named Fayetteville. Dozens of U.S. cities and counties have been named after the Revolutionary War hero Marquis de Lafayette, but Fayetteville was the first and, it is told, the only one he actually visited. The Frenchman arrived in Fayetteville by horse-drawn carriage in 1825 and was welcomed by the residents.

The original settlers of the Fayetteville area were from the Highlands of Scotland. They arrived in 1739 via the Cape Fear River. The area grew as a center of government and commerce because of its location as an inland port and the hub of the early "Plank Roads" system, key to overland travel from the 1840's to 1850's.

The area played a key role in developing history. The Liberty Point Resolve of 1775 pledged local support for the Revolutionary War cause of independence from England while Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald rallied for the loyalist cause. After the Revolution, with no permanent state capital, the state's legislature periodically met here. In Fayetteville in 1789, North Carolina ratified the U.S. Constitution and chartered the University of North Carolina, America's oldest state university.

Fayetteville citizens rebuilt the city after two separate calamities. The Great Fire of 1831 destroyed over 600 buildings, but the ensuing reconstruction resulted in many of the landmark structures we appreciate today. During the Civil War, the city found itself in the path of General Sherman's Union troops who wreaked destruction and burned the N.C. Arsenal which had been a munitions centerfor the Confederacy. Once again, citizens were challenged to repair the damages to their city and spirit.