Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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From our overnight at Lake Hubbard, we drove to Dallas to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, a request from Jimmy. EXCELLENT choice- so interesting, from the first exhibit about the American pastime of baseball ( and ALL the Presidents involvements), to the Response to 9-11 exhibit, and the Oval Office reproduction. Our next stop was to relive November 22, 1963. The sixth floor of the Book Depository building at Dealey Plaza was full of ...
... stay open longer on the weekends, but close earlier than usual on Sundays. While you are walking around you quickly pick up on the style of what people in the Fort Worth area wear.
You notice that everyone is wearing cowboys boots, and hats. The unforgettable, but always stylish, belt- buckle. Women wear basically the same apparel with just a few minor changes. Women wear cowgirl hats that have a design around the rim, or on top of ...
Generally I am a big proponent of slowing time down. I am not obsessed with trying to recapture my youth on live for eternity, it just seems like every year and every month is lived and chronicled as history quicker and quicker when I pause to reflect on where I'm at and where I have been. However, with my upcoming trip to Peru and Bolivia; I can't spin the hands of the clock fast ...
... and almost turning the wrong way down a highway. Once we got to our restaurant (Saltgrass Steak House), we knew we were in Texas. Everything was centered around meat, and the portions were massive. We’ve become used to some pretty big food portions having been in America for a while but these were just insane. We ordered a side of onion rings and were delivered a full dinner sized plate piled high like a pyramid. Then we got another dinner plate piled high with ...
... interesting angles. I managed to prise Maggie away from the tout with a holler and a well-timed change on the nearby pedestrian traffic lights. We continued walking westwards towards Dealey Plaza and the Sixth Floor Museum, housed in another old, red brick building which was once the Texas School Book Depository. Were it not for the Kennedy assassination, this area of town would be unlikely to receive many visitors, but Dealey Plaza overlooks the street ...