DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas - Campbell Centre
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As I came to Dallas I ate at In-n-Out and had a hamburger, fries, and lemonade for $3.59. I stopped for gas at Chevron for $42.30 and then went to my hotel.
... for a while, another told me how this Texan musician couldn't get someone to publish his music in the US, but Australia did. I then got asked to say something, anything so they could hear my accent. I obliged and then joined in with part of Eric Vogals song 'And the band played Waltzing Matilda'. Next they sang me 'the man in the big hat' a Texan cowboy song. Kelley gave me his card and told me if I was ever over this way again to look him up. A grand time was had ...
... pops on over!! Things that are the same, but different!! (AKA similar) The driver's side in the car.... which I keep trying to sit in as a passenger. Crossing the road and knowing which way to look so I won't get taken out. Writing the date... I have to be very careful to write the date back to front now. At the shops.... Me: How much much do these beans cost per kilogram? Shop assistant: 88cents per pound madam. Learning that 'tooling' means the same as ...
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 ...
... kept staring at me, who I later found out was just a lonely guy celebrating his birthday and ten years in the military by going on a trip to Seattle before shipping out to Germany for two years. I didn't want to thank him for his service--it's not my country he's fighting for, really, so I didn't know how to phrase it without sounding like a moron--but I did chat with him about my grandfather's time in the Canadian air force back in the 1950s through the 1970s, and I ...