Hampton Inn Plano/North Dallas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were heading to brunch with Carlie. I face timed Megan back home while getting ready and spoke to the whole family which was great. So excited to see them all when Soon!! I miss them so much and can't wait to cuddle my doggies to!! Carlie is hilarious, she is never on time! We were meant to go at 12 which ended up being 1.30 lol. Once she finally got here we ended up going to uptown to a great breakfast place called the social house. I wanted ...
... br> We were still following the I-30, passing Lake Cyprus Springs, Lake Fork Reservoir, Tawakoni Reservoir and then Lake Ray Hubbard was in sight. The bumps returned as it became warmer – we were starting to feel quite hot still wrapped up; the first thing we did once on the ground and parked on the apron at Mesquite was to remove the cagoules and sweaters, then cancel the flight plan – priorities!
While Patrick was inside the FBO sorting out ...
... type of collie he was which ended out argument at that we were both half right lol! Must have made entertainment for people walking past us. We then headed back and stopped for a drink and nibble at the ice house. It's a cute outdoor restaurant that has screens for football. We shared some cheesy fries whilst waiting for Carlie and Bailey her dog to join us! Very addictive those cheese fries so had to quit while I was ahead remembering I'm in a bikini ...
... It was a long way to go for them, but the only way we could organize things to get everything done we had planned. The road up to Giti was the worst it had been in a while. The earth that had been dug out of the ditches by the work teams on Sabbath and thrown out into the ruts and holes had all turned to slick mud, in places deceptively deep mud. The road was deeply rutted in a way that jerked the vehicle back and forth in spite of David's best efforts. We had ...
He asked questions about some of the places I had told him earlier about visiting in Kenya: Mombasa on the coast, Nyeri and Nanyuki at the base of Mt Kenya, Kericho and Kisii on the other side of the Great Rift, Kisumu on the shores of Lake Victoria, Migori (which means “mosquitoes make me slap myself”) on the border with Tanzania. I told him about the fantastic game parks like Masai Mara, Amboseli (at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro), the ...