Best Western La Hacienda Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... little GoPro camera to try to get some unique video from some interesting perspectives. (I already have some ideas on some potentially interesting shots.)
The plan is to fly to Lima tonight. After the 1:05 am scheduled arrival, it'll take about 30-40 minutes or so to get through immigration and customs. That's a little longer than usual, but since I'm staying longer and taking more ...
... lightweight, quick drying clothing are essential, I'll also spend a day in Lima where it'll be cooler and a light jacket will be needed. DryFit clothing is important as doing laundry in the shower is my normal procedure -- especially as clothes get soaked in sweat VERY quickly.
One of the many man made lakes in Texas (they only have one natural lake and share it with Louisiana (Caddo Lake). Someone had the great idea to enable persons with limited mobility the opportunity to fish. We went to visit an old friend of Mike (Aubrey) they were married to sisters at one stage of their lives. Later on our trip we were informed Aubrey had passed over. We felt he had hung on to see Mike again. This was the sad part of our trip till the next one. ...
... I say retire! As we walked the square in Denton, James recalls that even though he attended the University here, he never got off campus and never knew the County Courthouse was so close nearby—just two blocks away! That’s funny; I did much the same thing. When I went to college I never strayed from campus either, so I too never realized what was just outside my boundaries. Guess we both had a much narrower focus then. Later we shared dinner in Denton in ...
Pretty sure Dallas is the "NYC" of Texas. I freakin loved! I mostly drove around neighborhoods and went to the Deep Ellum arts district. It was Monday night so almost everything was closed :/ it sure looked like a good place for a tarot shop ...