Baymont Inn & Suites Fort Worth South
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My aunt lives in Dallas so we decided to take a visit. She said we can stay for the night. For dinner we had ribs, mash potatoes and green beans. Her home cooking is the best. The next morning she made us a delicious breakfast before we left. As always, we filled up the gas for ...
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... but realized that they were all closing soon, so my mom and I decided to just stay in for the night, and explore Dallas tomorrow morning. She quickly fell asleep on the bed, while I looked up what to do and eat. I realized that there wasn't much to do/eat without a car, and the shuttle only took us to places withing a 3 mile radius, which wasn't too far either. Finally my mom woke up and I suggest walking around the hotel, to see what it was like. It was a quick walk: we ...
... was good to see more of Texas and another city and to find out about the cowboys. We really enjoyed it.
Dinner was at Grand Lux Cafe in Galleria (Shopping Centre).
Fort Worth is known in Texas as Cowtown because it flourished in the late 19th century as an essential stop on the Chisholm Trail, the most important cattle drive route to Kansas. The opening of the Texas and Pacific railway in 1876 ...
... instead of raccoon road kill, I saw a dead armadillo on the side of the road! We crossed into Texas, where, of course, there were lots of cows and ranches. Our drive was quite enjoyable all day until we got into Dallas in rush hour, around 5 and you wouldn't believe the traffic. Add construction to that, and an accident and you can imagine what we were driving through. We finally got past the accident at 6, and had ...