Extended Stay America - Dallas - North Park
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... customs and then put them back in the system. If she only checked the bag to Atlanta, there would be more hassle having to recheck it. “We don’t do it that way” she told me. I told her that this was the normal way of doing things and that it worked well for me all the time. She had to see a supervisor. Shen she came back she said pleasantly “very well, we’ll do it your way.”
The flight ...
From Roswell we drive to Carlsbad Caverns. The caverns are on the Unesco world heritage list, so we decide to pay them a visit. Located 250 meters under ground are loads of stalagmites, stalactites, draperies, soda straws and popcorn. Soda straws being the tiny ones hanging from the ceiling . In Europe we call them Spaghetti. Popcorn are located on the ground. The cavern is beautiful, but we saw an even more beautiful cavern in Slovenia last year, so were a little spoilt. ...
... is more of a first birthday tradition to have a smash cake but we thought it would be fun - and it was!!
The next day, we went to Mama's work where there was a grand Elmo party. It was great to see everyone. Addy really enjoyed the salami and honey sesame cashews! She also loved the frosting off the cake. There were so many presents! We had clothes, books, a shopping cart, hand-painted personalized Frozen shoes, ...
... we have Big Sven, guess who we find? Big Sven at JCP - on sale for half the price. Defeat! Oh well! No need for another Sven, so we got his friend Olaf. Note: we still have never seen Frozen.
Alrighty, now to July 4th. Addy had a great first 4th until we took her to the backyard to watch random fireworks people shoot off around the area. It is quite amazing the fireworks people shoot off themselves nowadays - like a ...
... power since. I remember first hearing its name in Ringo Starr's "No, no, no" song, and wondering where it was. Still later we flew over the Saharan city of Timbuktu, that evocative and mysterious place of sand and camels and books, that I mention in my column in the May-June 2015 issue of Discern magazine (don't miss it!).
We finally arrived in Abidjan as the sun was setting, and went through the long process of getting legally into the country. Hand ...