BEST WESTERN PLUS Denton Inn & Suites
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... travel to Denton in Texas 4 hours away to catch some of the Street Outlaw racing. Driving near Dallas is a tad hairy everyone's got to be somewhere fast and up close! Also finding a motel or a hotel on a Saturday night is hard work- finally found a basic Motel 6, roll on tomorrow and the next stage of our road ...
... offices and to the Universities. The University of Northern Texas is here and a Woman's University. I find it odd how the town centre "downtown" is so small - like a small town - and yet this is a huge area with massive roads and crazy traffic everywhere and shops scattered all over the place, but not very much going on in the actual "town". I am learning that towns are very big, ...
The past 5 months have flown by and have of course been better than expected..
I've met some fantastic people seen the most amazing things.
Thank you Chrissie, Darren and Kelly for putting up with me.
I also forgot to mention about my 2 week trip back home to surprise my friends and family and attend a good friends wedding! I feel I've cheated on trip by going home but no regrets, it's all been fab'
I Had ...
... to say goodbye. Then we left the house to run to joeys work quick to say bye as well. It was on to Madison after that. Me Jenny and Wendy went for some lunch first before I went to my bus stop. The last supper if you like! We went to a lovely place off the highway called Bonfyre. Me and jenny had the best food. It was a pot roast with carrots, asparagus, spinach, shiitake mash and gravy! It tasted a little bit like home. It wasn't far off a Sunday roast ...
... I did a little shopping, having seen a couple of very heavy glass mugs that I thought would be good for iced tea and--this is the important part--that I thought Lisa could not knock over (sort of a compulsion she has).
Funny story there. While I was at the checkout counter, this woman barged up and asked how much a handbag was. She was told One thousand forty Euro. She walked off. I think we all assumed that was beyond her ken, The British ...