Holiday Inn Dallas-Richardson
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- Swimming pool
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... the activity. Steve and I looked after Aiden while Larissa had a play date. We had a lovely long walk this afternoon enjoying the sun. We stopped for a Starbucks iced coffee. Steve was not impressed but I enjoyed my coffee frappacino. I packed the suitcases this afternoon. A challenge to fit everything especially the shopping but we are only carrying an extra back pack home. We leave at 8pm on Wednesday 21 January for a 16 hour 55 minute flight - ...
... they live in and expect others to live in along with them. They have never seen anything outside of the scope of their typical lives and have no desire to see more. The only conversation they are capable of having and the only people they are capable of carrying on a dialogue with are those who think just like they do; those who will not challenge it to be anything more. They only see what you give them, and it must be spelled completely out. ...
... riding, cycling, boating and fishing, and in summer swimming. At this time of the year the park looked very bleak with dried grasses and many deciduous trees. It also is home to many animals including deer, raccoon, squirrels as well as birds, but they were all hiding today. The lake has largemouth bass, crappie, white bass and catfish. We enjoyed a picnic lunch, playing in the fallen leaves and the playground ...
... and thankfully the plane departed on time for our 3 hour flight to Dallas. A taxi to Simon's place only took 20 minutes. We spent the day relaxing and playing with the children. We had present time with the family as it was Christine's birthday on the 7th and Aiden turned one on the ...
... check out a suburb of Dallas called Grapevine. Their town goes all out in the historic main street area for Christmas. They had lights and shops everywhere. We stopped to have a bit of hot chocolate, look at the lights, shop, and relax. It's sort of comparable to what I would imagine Door County to be like if they were busy during Christmas--only not quite as cold.
The last thing we did to celebrate a little Texas Christmas before ...