Best Western Cresson Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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Stayed with some really nice people in Fort Worth who took me to the Stockyards for lunch--we weren't there for the cattle drive but we did take a look at the longhorns (and as you will see, I even got on one). I went to the Kimbell Art Museum in the ...
... fall onto her butt with all her cousins watching, obviously drawing her Aunts attention who was concerned until she spotted the black towels Valerie was carrying… The way she told me made it sound like a scene from Modern Family. She was very funny, I had such a good time being pampered and laughing!
Seven Stones is such good value for money, we got all that for just $140 each, plus a free sample of skin care lotions. Two and a half hours of pampering for ...
... to be some around somewhere, but they are not in as an abundance as back home, we weren’t even really sure they had sheep here. The slightly odd thing is that now we have seen sheep, yet no lamb in the supermarkets, but have not seen pigs but there is bacon everywhere… It’s not bacon as we Brits know it either which brings into question in my mind whether or not bacon in the country is actually bacon ...
Fort-Worth does not seem to have many air b&bs so I've booked myself into a hotel for two nights. It's cheap, like the last hotel I booked it has construction work ongoing but not too noisy. It does however have the added bonus of a gym and a pool to work of some of thanksgiving dinner. The traffic driving in was awful, I asked the receptionist if it's always this bad and he explained that it's because of the parade of lights and lighting ...
Mike's son was kind enough to allow us to use his home as a base for the 3 months we were roaming around the USA. His spare room became the storage space for our detritus and treasures.
We invested in an electric kettle(for cups of tea) a slow cooker to save on meals, plus the plastic wear and utensils to camp in motel rooms. We also bought a large car fridge to carry necessities such as eggs ...