Fairfield Inn & Suites Weatherford
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and a stereotypical artist if you ask me, you can watch a full on documentary here: Thomas Kinkade: Painter of Light. His paintings are beautiful whatever though, and I’m just a bit sad that he’ll never paint a Frozen mural in his stunning style because I can imagine that would be truly breathtaking with all the ice and snow for the light to cast off. I digress, back to our visit!
As we walked back through the main plaza I noticed that same song was ...
Hayley didn't sleep too well last night, I did though it seems as I didn’t hear anyone leave this morning! Assume Alex and Ruth got to the airport okay, we did chat to them later that day to make sure!
I got up and made myself coffee and cereal and typed up some more of this blog, then once Hayley had arisen I went and packed my stuff. We stuck around in Sugar Land till Nicola came home for lunch so we ...
... lunch was the Zaxby Heart of Dallas Bowl, featuring none other than our alma mater, Illinois, with an impressive record of 6-6. The game was close until we sat down and took notice, at which point, Illinois promptly recovered a fumble, started to run it back, and then fumbled it right back again. That led to a touchdown which put the Illini even further behind. They ended up being clobbered by the football giant Louisiana Tech. We later passed ...
... 1. The campground is right off I-20 so the traffic sounds were a little annoying during the daylight hours, but now that it is dark and we are inside with the air conditioner on, we can't hear the traffic. The campground is very nice. They have a great pool so now I need to go buy a new bathing suit. We started the evening with snacks and drinks at one of the member's coach. There are already about 15 coaches here. We are supposed to have two ...
... awesome! It looked like an old west town. There were saloons with the swinging doors out front, there were horses in the street, there were steakhouses galore...essentially this place looked like Texas.
After visiting a genuine old-time souvenir shop and purchasing some more **** to weigh our already overweight luggage down even more, we went to a saloon-steakhouse for some dinner. This place was great. There were buffalo heads ...