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Brenham Two Days in Friday:


8:30 a.m. Start your weekend with a hearty breakfast hot off the griddle at the Santa Fe Café. 302 W. First St. T is old-fashioned diner is a local favorite. 979-836-0573


10:15 A trip to Brenham isn’t complete without a tour of Blue Bell Creameries. Sample free ice cream after the tour and shop in the Country Store. 1101 S. Blue Bell Road; bluebell.com


11:30 Pile in the car and head north on Hwy 50 to Southern Flyer Diner at the Brenham Municipal Airport. Step back into the ‘50s and sip an old fashioned milkshake while friendly waitresses swish by in their poodle skirts. You can watch the planes take off while dining on the patio. 3001 Aviation Way; 979-836-5462; southernfl yer.com


12:30 p.m. Drive another four miles to the Antique Rose Emporium. While they are famous for their roses, you’ll fi nd a huge selection of Texas plants, pottery, garden ornaments, gifts, and inspiration in some of the most beautiful display gardens in Texas. 979-836-5548; weareroses.com


1:30 Stroll the sights at Independence including Old Baylor, Sam Houston’s Home site, and early Texas homes. T is area is the perfect place for pictures during bluebonnet season. independencetx.com


4:15 Take a scenic drive from Old Baylor back to Brenham heading west along FM 390 and south on Hwy 36.


5:00 Check in and unpack. Ant St. Inn is a great location to get the most from downtown Brenham, but the surrounding area is full of options for hotels and B&Bs. Check out bedandbreakfast.com or brenhamtexas.com to fi nd the perfect accommodations for your stay.


6:00 Satisfy your hunger and quench your thirst at Nathan’s BBQ. Friday night at Nathan’s features live music, beer specials, and crawfi sh etouff ee. 1307 Prairie Lea St; 979-830-1619; nathansbbq.com


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