BEST WESTERN Mt. Pleasant Inn
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Den heutigen Tag starteten wir mit einem Spaziergang durch Dallas. Unser erster Halt war der Dealey Platz, da wurde am 22. November 1963 President Kennedy ermordet. Wir besuchten dann auch das John F. Kennedy Memorial, welches der Architekt Philip Johnson im Jahr 1970 zu Ehren des Präsidenten errichtet hat. Weiter ging es dann vorbei an der …
... on the square and got coffee at the Sweet Pea Bistro - very cute antique store. I love the town squares that many small towns have, but we miss them if we drive on the big highways. Called cousin Betty S. but no answer.
Spent the night in a screened shelter ($25) at Lake Bob Sandlin State Park. I had no cell service but the nice park ranger lady let me use her phone to call ...
... slooooooowly slid backward on the hitch. It stopped a couple inches before it dropped off the hitch and onto the bed. Catastrophe averted. Pride and self-confidence significantly reduced. That was one of the worst feelings I've experienced.
Went out to get buzz cuts for me and Dean. He looks completely different! Had enormous burgers and way too many fries at Mt. Pleasant Burgers and Fries.
... on our way to Dallas now, it's so weird the sun sets at like 5pm here. When we got into Dallas there was an optional available but I didn't want to do it because it was a haunted house, so a few of us went to find pizza Jack has recommended it was 30 inches! But unfortunately they were closed and we didn't realise we were in the ghetto! It was pretty scary, but we found this nice cafe and made it safely back to the hotel. Missing everyone ...
... Bernie" which is the true story of a man from an East Texas town who spent a lot of time with an old widow he met in the town (where he was funeral director), but then ended up shooting her 4 times in the back out of desperation because she was manipulating him and getting jealous of him interacting with the outside world. The interesting thing about the film is that it has cut-always to locals (played by actors), giving personal commentaries on the ...