Courtyard by Marriott Dallas LBJ at Josey
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... purchase. It was a fruitless exercise and he could only get $6.25 so he and Christine had coffees and Larissa a babycino at Starbucks. No choice here for good coffees! I was on granny duties with Aiden. On Monday Christine took me to Must Love Fabrics at Grapevine Mills to buy some patchwork fabric so I make a Texas quite for Aiden. It was a great shop (it has a website) and the ladies were very helpful. On Tuesday we went to Larissa's music class. ...
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To have known both types of people, or interacted with both types of people at some point in time of my life is exhausting. To vacillate from a conversation with a "limitless" person to a conversation with a "limited" person can be a lot on anyone. On one hand, the challenge is to think beyond borders and expand the vocabulary to be able to keep up with the speed of the conversation. And on the other hand, the challenge is to ...
... riding, cycling, boating and fishing, and in summer swimming. At this time of the year the park looked very bleak with dried grasses and many deciduous trees. It also is home to many animals including deer, raccoon, squirrels as well as birds, but they were all hiding today. The lake has largemouth bass, crappie, white bass and catfish. We enjoyed a picnic lunch, playing in the fallen leaves and the playground ...
... way of our future; it's smart! Then, I walked to the Dallas Art Museum. Its located between St. Paul and Harwood. The building alone was designed by well-known, award-winning American Architect, Edward Larrabee Barnes. The museum collection is made up of more than 24000 objects, dating from the third millennium BC to the present day. Unfortunately I didn't have time to visit all the museum had to offer but I did appreciate what I did get to see. Having to wrap up my day ...
... is steeped in Texas pride and will forever hold high esteem amongst the lone star state. The Battle of the Alamo took place between February 23 and March 6 1836, a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. On the 13th day, thousands of Mexican troops under President General Santa Anna launched an assault on the Alamo Mission. All of 200 Texan defenders were killed. Santa Anna's cruelty during the battle inspired many Texans-both Texas settlers ...