Extended Stay America - Dallas - Plano Parkway
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... the activity. Steve and I looked after Aiden while Larissa had a play date. We had a lovely long walk this afternoon enjoying the sun. We stopped for a Starbucks iced coffee. Steve was not impressed but I enjoyed my coffee frappacino. I packed the suitcases this afternoon. A challenge to fit everything especially the shopping but we are only carrying an extra back pack home. We leave at 8pm on Wednesday 21 January for a 16 hour 55 minute flight - ...
... they reject anything that doesn't come from their brain but lack the mental capacity to either come up with an original thought, see what others can not see, or do what others are too afraid to do. Insecurity is their cloak although they would have a fit if they knew that others could so easily see it. Everything has a limit, including the capacity to which they are capable of producing invigorating life on a daily basis. And as a result; ...
Today was a trip to a State Park about 1 hour's drive north of Coppell. Whilst most of the drive was along freeways we passed through farming country with horse ranches and cattle before entering the park. Ray Roberts Lake State Park has a 29000 acre reservoir supporting many water activities. The weather was nice and sunny but the wind kept it cool - about 16. The park has many camping sites allowing for walking and ...
Antigua to Dallas. Another very early start rising at 4.30am for a 5am pick up. Antigua is a 45 minute drive to Guatemala City airport. As the roads get incredibly busy it is advised to leave as early as possible as later in the day the trip can take up to 2 hours. We had breakfast at ...
... 8217;s Gate and Lake Naivasha, where I had organized tours for Feast of Tabernacles attendees and other visitors. He had not seen nearly as much of his own country, and had only visited Nairobi National Park, which we discussed as well. We compared the animals we had seen, and how fascinating they are. I sprinkled in a few of the Swahili phrases I’ve picked up over the years, which made him laugh. He made the high-pitched eeee sound which in much of Africa is ...