Days Inn Dallas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After getting home early hours of the morning it was a sleepy kind of morning. 3.30am I ended up crawling in so it was makeup off and bed! I woke up randomly at half 7 and started to talk to people back home as it was a normal time. Then went back to sleep till 10! And then I went to check on miss Taylor and see if she was alive and kicking. She was still sound asleep with her two kitties. Got the best picture. Then I got myself ready as me ...
... aircraft hangars. A real mixture of Dallas businesses from wellness clinics to bespoke catering, and private jet-leasing.
We had been keeping an eye on the weather further west, and considered an extra day in the Dallas area would fit in well with advancing storms from the Rockies heading east. This additional day (Monday) provided an opportunity to meet with Susan’s niece, nephew and their friends and enjoy lively chat and some good food – a lovely family ...
Me and Taylor started the day right by heading over to a trail in uptown Dallas. It's called Katy trail and it runs for miles. We just wanted to have girl chats and brisk walk it rather than go crazy and run. Such a beautiful walk. The views of gorgeous men running past with their tops off helped to!! I kept saying to Taylor I've found my husband whilst they ran past us. They certainly could have made me start running lol. Wasn't to sunny either which ...
... Richards is a popular breakfast spot with every choice of eggs known to man. My choice was three eggs plus fixins! It was big. Paul settled for pancakes and sausage patty.
We skipped lunch while working on the radio and then over to Rockwall to Saltgrass steakhouse. On the way we passed over local landmark Lake Ray Hubbard. ...
... plane there was a very engergic young boy called Parker whose mother had a very tight grip on 1 arm but the other 3 limbs were going in all different directions. Carol was sure he was sitting near us, but we got lucky. The Captain saw this young fella and recognised a problem straight away so he walked onto the plane with him and talking to him all the way about how if he misbehaved he would stop the plane and kick him off. He also said he would sit him in ...