Hampton Inn And Suites Decatur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... offices and to the Universities. The University of Northern Texas is here and a Woman's University. I find it odd how the town centre "downtown" is so small - like a small town - and yet this is a huge area with massive roads and crazy traffic everywhere and shops scattered all over the place, but not very much going on in the actual "town". I am learning that towns are very big, ...
... we settled up the tab and paid for 30 gallons of 100LL at (wait for it....) $6.82/ gallon!!!! I guess the "free" shuttle ride and "complimentary" courtesy car were being paid for somehow after all. That's over $2.50/gallon more than the average fuel price we'd paid so far, and almost $1/gallon more than fuel in the Bahamas. Oh well, the courtesy car and shuttle ride were a convenience that made the trip ...
... approach to RWY 34. We parked at American Aero FBO and were met by a large SUV and baggage handlers. The woman greeting us even offered to take Ichabod for a walk. We obliged as Stacy and I traded the umbrella back and forth while unloading the plane. Great service and, because it is our first visit to Meachum, they waived the ramp and tie down fees. Even better!! They then gave us a complementary ride to the Sheraton where we await Stacy's sister, Jamie for a ...
Denton is a two university city. North Texas University, founded in 1890 and Texas Woman's University, founded in 1901. the historic area consists of magnificent houses that were owned by the lecturers who could walk a short distance to the uni's. They had servants from the African/ American community that would have to walk a long distance to these big houses, do their work and walk home at night. But wow! the houses are gorgeous, I want several, but with servants because ...
Our current hotel is one of the nicer ones we have stayed in during our trip & Fort Worth is really lovely. We headed to the historic Stockyard district this morning, cowboy central! It is a beautiful area full of Western stores & BBQ restaurants. We spent most of the day looking around & we watched the daily ...