Hampton Inn & Suites Ft. Worth Burleson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... do not believe your husbands if they invite you to view anywhere called Gander Mountain....far from being a high spot with beautiful views, it is in fact a huge warehouse outdoor/hunting store...I was TRICKED!!!!) Our hotel was offering free beer & wine tonight so it seemed rude not to join in! Now enjoying a movie in our ...
Thanks to our friends Diane and Rick Cross, we've had a wonderful few days here at Texas Motor Speedway - the only downers were a couple of very cold nights and the fact that the trailers backed up to us left their huge and noisy generators running all night long, every night! But even that couldn't dampen the fun of time spent with good friends, enjoying good racing, and a win by "my" guy, Jimmie Johnson, #48!
Saying goodbye is always so tough & today was no different as we parted ways with our friends. They headed south to Houston & we headed West to Dallas. I loaded them up with Elvis memorabilia to pass on to my mum & we left them & drove West to Parker, Texas & the SouthFork Ranch! The ranch house was lovely but really had no real relevance to the Dallas show as the show only ever filmed outside. ...
... jfk was killed.
From here i had a look at a few shops including Wild bills western place – a place to get cowboy stuff, i got a shirt to wear tonight. From the shops i had a look around the general area then went to the Renascence tower – this is a building that has a big pyramid in front of it, done by the same guy who did the pyramid at the Louvre. Inside i got lunch, walked around, then left.
I then walked back to the hotel. The reason that i went ...
... Stockyards district centers around Main and Exchange Streets, where twice a day they still hold a cattle drive. Nowadays it's mainly for the entertainment of the crowds of tourists, but you can definitely get an idea of what it was like back in the day when cowboys drove their cattle towards the railroad yards, stopping at the Livestock Exchange, not to mention the various bars, hotels, and restaurants.