Staybridge Suites Dallas - Addison
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Spring has sprung in Denton. The trees are leafing up, roses are blooming and wildfowers and birds are everywhere. I walked into Denton this morning, about 2.6km. On the way I found a little piece of Tibet. It is a yoga place so I will be going back there for at least one class, just for the atmosphere. I didn't stop to get another chilli coffee as the café was crowded, so that will be on the list for Monday and Tuesday.... Along the way I happened on 'Sleeping ...
... and Spanish - Texas was a Spanish Colony until the 1800's. I found a great little coffee shop called 'Jupiters' which is a bit like 'The Sweat Shop' back in Townsville used to be. Loads of coffees, smoothies etc and a bohemian atmosphere. Uni students populate this place, all with their laptops, tablets out because it has free wifi. And the shops; there is a dress shop called La De Da where I could buy every dress!!! How unusual. Its sister shop next ...
From our overnight at Lake Hubbard, we drove to Dallas to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, a request from Jimmy. EXCELLENT choice- so interesting, from the first exhibit about the American pastime of baseball ( and ALL the Presidents involvements), to the Response to 9-11 exhibit, and the Oval Office reproduction. Our next stop was to relive November 22, 1963. The sixth floor of the Book Depository building at Dealey Plaza was full of ...
... flew over to Frankfurt on Wednesday afternoon. We both flew Business class. Once we got airport, Captain Russell welcomed all the passengers on the plane and then said "On board, I have my lovely wife, Barbara who is flying with us, and then our dear friends Judy and Glenn are on board too!" And of course we had a delicious First Class meal followed by hot fudge sundae! ...
... what to expect and I can understand that 'historic' here represents something very different from in Europe. At home we might think of a 16th, 17th or 18th century picturesque settlement. Grapevine is late 19th and early 20th century one or two storey buildings along a long wide street, already busy with traffic. Traffic with a difference, though. Much slower and more considerate than we are used to. At one point, as I was starting to cross ...