When one thinks of this historic Texas town, usually the southwest comes to mind. So does Mexico. But Cuba? Not really. Unless, of course, you're staying at Hotel Havana. Since 1914 (when it was opened by a grocer), the hotel has hospitably served passers-by. The 27 rooms come in all shapes and sizes, many of which include Turkish rugs and vintage Cuban art on the walls. Bathrooms are stocked with Red Flower body care products. And the location, on the northern part of the Riverwalk, is hard to beat.