Fairfield Inn Dallas Market Center
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... still needed to get into the departure area. Thankfully she agreed, basically just trusting me. It was a long walk to the lounge which was on the farthest end of the terminal. I had to convince the Air France staff that I really had a right to be there, even though I had no boarding pass. The attendant was trusting and I was allowed in.
Three hours before the flight I retraced my steps. Walking through the ...
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. ...
... Makes this Mama and Baba very happy. Auntie Phuong, Uncle Jeremy, Bennet, Ruby, and Story did not make it until after Addy went to bed, so they met her the next morning. Bennet was first to wake up. Addy was so excited to meet Bennet. She kept signaling for Bennet to come downstairs. They enjoyed some cartoons with Baba before everyone else woke up. And yes, we had donuts again - pigs in a blanket too!
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... he insisted he give her half of his pound cake - she of course loved it), and danced around in her tutu from Auntie Kelly.
On Sunday, we went to have lunch at Nana's, where Addy met some more cousins. So sweet to see them play together. She did so well! Yesterday, we decided to try playing in the kiddie pool. We put her in her little bathing suit and dropped her in. Tears! Oh no! We were certain she would instantly love it ...
... was close to 90 minutes after landing. We waited another half an hour for the shuttle to the hotel. The Ibis Plateau where I usually stay is the last stop, which because of light traffic only took 30 minutes to reach.
Paul met us as we arrived and after we checked in, we talked briefly about our plans for the next days. He’s well and said all is well with the church members in the area. That’s good news. We look forward to seeing them starting ...