Days Inn & Suites Plano Medical Center/Dallas
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... The coffee shop was still overflowing as I walked back home so I resisted again. Afternoon was for making my mum's now famous 1-1-1 slice for Feast in the evening. It was at Melvina's home,. I was honoured to meet more friendly open people and ended up in deep discussion with a neurological psychologist who has just submitted a paper to the White House to reform the education system! Tomorrow is Fort Worth to do a museum or two and to see some Texan Longhorn Cattle. ...
The locals say it's warm, but for a girl of the tropics I have my ever present cardigan on! Denton (or as it's promoted online - 'little d') is a university town; or I should say a 2 universities town about the same size as Townsville. The Court house is an imposing building in the central square and the small museum in it proudly shows off all that is Denton Texas, from Bonny and Clyde to ACME bricks! The exhibits in the main room are all explained in ...
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 ...
... get into the room and once again after several debates with ourselves over whether we could stand being put under the microscope for all to see, we once again headed down to reception.
Vaughan at this time pulled his magic words by saying we felt undervalued as elite members because suddenly a king room was available. Third time up the lifts and down the long corridors where now we noticed that not only did we have one, but two doors to our new room! This was because ...
... get what you need". We wanted certain things out of this trip that we did not get, at first fighting the tide of what we were receiving; once we acknowledged the difference, and fully accepted the tide, we got exactly what we needed. I know that our transition back to the states will most likely be rocky. But I will commit to hold Costa Rica and it's lessons in my heart, and let my soul be my guide. Thank you to all who made this an experience of a ...