Extended Stay America - Dallas - Plano Parkway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
... 160;eggs. 8. Her pacifier. 9. Placing things into boxes or from one container to another. 10. The pups. She loves to share her Cheerios and Puffs with them. 11. The breeze blowing in her face and strands of hair. :) Things she's learned: 1. Sign language for "more." 2. She knows what "all gone" means . . . not to say she likes it. :) 3. Where the snacks and food are. 4. What is in ...
... 8217;s fight against the Interahamwe, those Hutu Power forces, who had been responsible for the Rwandan genocide and who fled across the border when the RPF (Rwanda Patriotic Front) forces arrived to stop the murders. His unit fought not only ex-Rwandan and Congolese troops but also Zimbabwean troops sent by Robert Mugabe to shore up Laurent Kabila’s regime. Laurent Kabila, had chased the despot Mobutu Sese Seko from power in 1997. Mobutu had come to ...
... the US of A. It feels safe, clean and wealthy, and most people seem oblivious to those blessings.
We collected our suitcases, passed customs and rechecked them, then took the train from Terminal E to Terminal B where we found the Delta lounge and waited 90 minutes for our last flight. The flight to Dallas landed on time at 10:00 am. Marguerite Evans had come to pick up her twin sister (and I could hitch a ride…). The drive ...
... it. It’s funny how I could feel so comfortable in a place that I stuck out so much. Feeling like I had to “fit in” back to my life before I left was more of a culture shock than anything I saw abroad. I had been through so much there that it felt like it was a part of me; it had changed me forever. I got over my fear of the unknown, I dropped all judgments and expectations and allowed myself to be completely free. I did things I never imaged ...