Doubletree by Hilton, Dallas - Farmers Branch
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We are winding up our trip to Dallas and have spent the time with Simon and his family. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday has meant beautiful weather with daytime temperatures reaching 21 degrees and very sunny. We have visited a number of parks and done a few good walks. Sunday we went to Lewisville. We miss the coffee shops attached to the parks we have back in Australia. On Monday Steve and Christine went to Grapevine Mills DFO to try and retrieve the taxes ...
... to no end.
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 ...
... and thankfully the plane departed on time for our 3 hour flight to Dallas. A taxi to Simon's place only took 20 minutes. We spent the day relaxing and playing with the children. We had present time with the family as it was Christine's birthday on the 7th and Aiden turned one on the ...
... the works. None of them were successful. The Nashers wound up building their own museum, the Nasher Sculpture Center, next to the Dallas Museum of Art.
The Center has a two-floor building as well as a sculpture garden. Much of the building was taken up by a temporary exhibit called Return to Earth: Ceramic Sculptures of Fontana, Melotti, Miro, Noguchi and Picasso. There were quite a few interesting works in both ...