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  1. Would love to stroll around the Cameron Park, it really looks serene.
    But the Armstrong Browning Library draw my attention first. How about the lovely balcony view or exploring the second floor! Sounds really fascinating. And there, according to your post, there really are few great free things one can do in Waco. Thanks for the suggestion. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Visiting the Armstrong Browning Library was so surreal! It felt like a fairytale bookshop straight out of Beauty and the Beast! I was half-expecting to see a rose there the entire time! Hope you get a chance to visit! xx – Anshula

  2. Small towns have always had a special kind of charm to my eye. They lack the pretentiousness that big cities have some times. It looks extremely quiet. Was it?

    1. Well, parts of Waco are really touristy (normally the places recommended by Chip and Joanna Gaines since they are so famous). The rest of Waco is really quiet! xx – Anshula

  3. Nothing wrong with spending all your money at Magnolia market!! As already mentioned, the library looks super interesting and would probably make the top of my list (if I made lists). I think it’s great too – that you still get out there and explore, even when you may not have much money on you. After all, this seems like the first excuse people have for not searching for things to do in Waco – money! Thanks for the inspiration ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thank you so much for the comment, Derek! Waco definitely has some expensive attractions but there are also plenty of free things to do around the area! xx – Anshula

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