Courtyard by Marriott Dallas Addison/Midway
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... were heading to brunch with Carlie. I face timed Megan back home while getting ready and spoke to the whole family which was great. So excited to see them all when Soon!! I miss them so much and can't wait to cuddle my doggies to!! Carlie is hilarious, she is never on time! We were meant to go at 12 which ended up being 1.30 lol. Once she finally got here we ended up going to uptown to a great breakfast place called the social house. I wanted ...
... Rental car collected, courtesy car returned, Sunday was a momentous day – for us and Little Ted. We visited Southfork Ranch! In all our times in the Dallas area, not once had we visited this iconic site of the 1980’s soap opera "Dallas". For those who might not have heard of the series, it was the saga of Dallas Oil Magnate, JR Ewing and his family. The Ranch Mansion itself was constructed in the ‘70s by a Quarter-horse breeder/property builder ...
... A great play for wedding pictures, reminded me of my sisters garden wedding. As we'd walked through, taking pictures on the way, we got to the end where there was this giant pumpkin patch. I'd never seen anything like it before or that many pumpkins for that matter! It was so much fun it's like what you'd seen in a show or movie. So many little kids having there picture taken by their parents to. I got very excited when I saw a Cinderella carriage so had to take a picture in ...
... also has a cycling /walking path around it. The garden itself has a number of sections with tasteful stonework and artifacts. The highlight for us was a Christmas display based on the Twelve Days of Christmas. Its feature is 12 25 foot tall gazebos filled with the "gifts" from the classic Christmas carol. Each day consisted of a glassed in pavilion depicting a scene representative of the day. ...
... our jungles and the wild
6. Keep an open mind...live the way locals do...eat their food, hear their stories, be friendly
7. Do not ask stupid questions..or will turn into dinner table humor for the locals
8. Peruvian people very friendly, warm and hospitable
9. Soles are cheap..dollars go a long way
10. Lots of new people, interactions, stories, laughs, humor, ...