Days Inn Decatur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... do not believe your husbands if they invite you to view anywhere called Gander Mountain....far from being a high spot with beautiful views, it is in fact a huge warehouse outdoor/hunting store...I was TRICKED!!!!) Our hotel was offering free beer & wine tonight so it seemed rude not to join in! Now enjoying a movie in our ...
Saying goodbye is always so tough & today was no different as we parted ways with our friends. They headed south to Houston & we headed West to Dallas. I loaded them up with Elvis memorabilia to pass on to my mum & we left them & drove West to Parker, Texas & the SouthFork Ranch! The ranch house was lovely but really had no real relevance to the Dallas show as the show only ever filmed outside. ...
... br> Last night we celebrated Hunter's (our 1 yr old Grandson) first Halloween. He made a cute Sully and although he didn't quite understand what was happening, he very much enjoyed his first DumDum sucker.
Today, we got the vaccinations we need for the trip to Thailand in January and tomorrow we have our final Family lunch until we get back into town in mid-December. We are going to miss these weekly get togethers.
Bill and Dessa
... medications, cold meat and vegetables etc. The plan is to stay overnight on the road but have a base where we want to explore/visit. By having picnics on the road costs are minimised. Of course Cracker Barrel and Denny's are always there just in case. Also Starbucks in larger towns for a pick me up Double Chocolaty Chip Frappuccino Venti no whip for Mike while I stuck to a Mocha Frappuccino Grande no whip.
... cars, and there was no room at the Inn! After 1 1/2 hours of waiting and constant prayer, there was a taxi dropping off a family upstairs at departures. In we jumped for a slow, slippery, bumpy ride to Westlake. This taxi driver was a saint! He was supposed to be going to Downtown Dallas to pick up friends at the bus station and Thanks Be to God, he drove us home. 24 hours later we are home, dry and warm.