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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by 2 shots, but struggled in the back 9 holes to lose by a few. The weather in Fort Worth is really warm, into the late 20s and lots of sunshine. The sun and heat took a little out of us during the walks and mini golf so we finished the day outings by gong to a few stores. The different types of pets in the pet stores are awesome, including dumbo rats, hamsters, gerbils and bearded dragons. For dinner we had Popeyes with chicken, mashed potato and ...
10/1 Day 102 We are still camped at Texan RV Ranch and went sightseeing in the Dallas Fort Worth area. We started out going to Dealey Plaza this was the site where John Kennedy was shot. We decided to not go into the museum but to see some more of Fort Worth. We got hung up in accident traffic on our way from Dallas to FW so it took quite a while to make the trip.
First we visited the Fort Worth Stockyards. This is the oldest stockyards in the US. The surrounding area ...
9/29 Day 100 Today we traveled from San Antonio TX to College Station TX where one of our previous 4-H'rs is going to graduate school at Texas A&M. It was an easy trip of about 3.5 hours.
All in all, it was a mildly frustrating day; nothing big but lots of small glitches. It started out by Suzie taking us to a hardware store, actually she did not take us to the hardware store we were trying to find. She took us to the middle of a lower ...
We're packed and loaded for our 2015 Hawkins Family Vacation. It's another long road trip to yet another part of the country the kids have never seen: Middle America... the Heartland. We'll drive through 12 states, spend the night in 7 states (Kansas, Iowa, ...
... diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer. Ultimately, I had to abruptly end my journey overseas, return back to Texas, and bury my father.
Immediately, I resumed somewhat of a normal life. I returned to working for the state of Texas as an investigator, something I had done for years prior to my departure from Texas. I resumed the daily hustle of bustle of living in a large city; fighting traffic, paying for high petroleum, ever increasing ...