Doubletree by Hilton, Dallas - Farmers Branch
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When we first met Addy, we were given a very special book with pictures of her when she was at the orphanage. Inside this book, we saw a glimpse of her life there, include the nannies that cared for her. We often wonder if she misses them and if ...
... he insisted he give her half of his pound cake - she of course loved it), and danced around in her tutu from Auntie Kelly.
On Sunday, we went to have lunch at Nana's, where Addy met some more cousins. So sweet to see them play together. She did so well! Yesterday, we decided to try playing in the kiddie pool. We put her in her little bathing suit and dropped her in. Tears! Oh no! We were certain she would instantly love it ...
Our first stop on the road to South America was an overnight in Dallas, Texas on Spencer's B-day. So, I scouted out a famous BBQ place that was close to the airport and our hotel - Hard Eight Texas BBQ was it! We ordered a tray of meat - seriously. We chose a sampler tray of different meat including; beef brisket, chicken jalapeno poppers, spicy sausage, and some beef skewers plus we added corn on the cobb. Everyone's favorite was the beef ...
... 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 ...
... tell where you are.
I first went through their European art section. After seeing how big that section was and how small it appeared on the map I got some idea just how large the museum is. That might have been the only time the map was useful.
The museum has an encyclopaedic collection. They don't have much depth in many areas but there are some areas where they excel. ...