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... in america that where 50 years is considered "old" , going to a place that has centuries of history made us almost giddy! we made our travel list, what to pack, what not to pack, found and booked our unique lodging (more on that later), picked up some Euros before we left our home state. Thought we had dotted every I and crossed every T.... key word is "thought". The flight was great. so much to do on an international flight! THere were movies to ...
... earlier... You see, existing has nothing to do with life and that more abundantly. You can not live life prosperous if you have to constantly "swat at flies," as Bishop Jakes would say. It's a distraction. If you disagree, think about the last time you were engaged in a conversation and this fly kept sweeping in between you and the person you were talking to; landing on your forehead, your hand, your plate, et cetera. Pretty soon, you say "Excuse me girl" and start trying to clap ...
Well it turned out winter was still going strong, my flight was from Sydney to Dallas and I'd heard someone mention it was snowing in Dallas. After a long uncomfortable flight we disembarked and as we walked up the concourse I noticed a bunch of folders with names on them on a windowsill and an American Airlines staff member talking to a few people. There was no reason for me to stop but I thought I'd better ...
... malfunction and heavy rains. It was reopened on March 4, 2007 after being made safer by reducing the depth of the main pool from 9 ft to 2 ft. We survived though, and made it back to ground level safely. Phew.
By the time we left the Water Gardens it was dark and we got slightly lost trying to find the car park. Our main location marker was The Cheesecake Factory, which annoyingly takes up the whole end of a block so we ended up walking around the whole block ...
... the 6th floor of the Texas Book Depository building from which Lee Harvey Oswald shot JFK. We walked around Dealey Plaza a bit before going into the museum, and picked up some good info from the Tourist Info office there. We then walked along Elm Street a bit, which is the road in front of the Book Depository. It was a very strange feeling being in such a tragically historic spot. I felt a mixture between awe and ghoulish guilt ...