DFW Motel

Address: 3950 West Airport Freeway, Irving, Texas, 75062, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Airport/Irving area of Irving, is near American Airlines CR Smith Museum, National Scouting Museum, Mandalay Canal, and Four Seasons Resort and Club at Colinas.
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Travel Blogs from Irving

Last Leg

A travel blog entry by jmrussell on Jun 07, 2015

This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...

Settling In. . .

A travel blog entry by addyp on Jun 05, 2015

4 comments, 39 photos

... the Texas heat to roast. Does it really work? Who knows, but I feel better about it.  No need to comment on this . . . :) What else have we been up to?  Well, since Miss Addy P was sick, we thought we would get her to the ER on Sunday just to have her checked out really quick.  We had an appointment set up for Tuesday with a pediatrician who specializes in international adoptions, but wanted to play it safe.  She checked out fine ...

Fort Worth Stockyards

A travel blog entry by swkemp on Dec 21, 2014

6 photos

... two packing factories (abattoirs) - Swift and Amour - now closed down. It covered 125 acres. Longhorn cattle were driven from the south through Fort Worth to Kansas to service the northern states with meat. It was a major rail hub and meat packing centre that continued in operation until the 1950s. The operation lost its commercial significance when the abattoirs were relocated closer to the producing areas. ...

The Journey Begins

A travel blog entry by aggiesontheway on May 14, 2013

6 comments, 1 photo

Today begins our journey with God to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. We are 5 members of St. Mary's Catholic Center in College Station, TX. Three of us (Troy, Natalie, & Andrea) are recent graduates and two (Amber & Jimmy) just finished up their Junior year at Texas A&M University. We are hiking one of the oldest pilgrimages in the world called "El Camino de Santiago" or "The Way of St. James". Tradition in the Church tells us that the apostle, St. ...

Texas: Everythang's Big in Texas!

A travel blog entry by aussierampage on Sep 12, 2012

7 comments, 126 photos

... freeway, a truck started to lose some hay bales off the back. So Matt yelled out the window to the driver 'Y’all losing ya hay!’ (in a Southern accent even Dolly would be proud of), the driver acknowledged this with a big wave before pulling his truck up.

Spending a lot of time on the road we have noticed in Texas that just about every second vehicle is a pickup truck. ...