BEST WESTERN Fort Worth Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our current hotel is one of the nicer ones we have stayed in during our trip & Fort Worth is really lovely. We headed to the historic Stockyard district this morning, cowboy central! It is a beautiful area full of Western stores & BBQ restaurants. We spent most of the day looking around & we watched the daily ...
Thanks to our friends Diane and Rick Cross, we've had a wonderful few days here at Texas Motor Speedway - the only downers were a couple of very cold nights and the fact that the trailers backed up to us left their huge and noisy generators running all night long, every night! But even that couldn't dampen the fun of time spent with good friends, enjoying good racing, and a win by "my" guy, Jimmie Johnson, #48!
... was pretty neat to go there. The short drive from Parker to our hotel in Fort Worth should have taken about 30 minutes...driving through Dallas is a NIGHTMARE! We got lost 4 separate times & managed to extend our short 'hop' to about 2 hours as we tried out all the different freeways, some in both directions! Finally made it to our hotel, popped to IHOP for dinner & now drinking a well earned ...
... Coming back there were more people but it still wasn't full. It was great to see the longhorn cattle and hear the history of the cowboys. Fort Worth was at the crossroads of east/west and north/south migration. The longhorns were introduced into USA by Christopher Columbus on his 2nd voyage. There was also a campdraft weekend so a number of people, dressed in ...
... located where he was shot from. I got to the museum by 10am, just as it was opening for the day. The tickets for the museum were included with Contiki, and came with an audio guide. So it was interesting spending a few hours looking around the museum and listening to the audio guide. It was definitely worth it. After the museum, i had a look at the gift shop, the went to Dealy plaza, had a
look at the memorials here as well as the location of the exact ...