Holiday Inn Dallas-Richardson
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When we first met Addy, we were given a very special book with pictures of her when she was at the orphanage. Inside this book, we saw a glimpse of her life there, include the nannies that cared for her. We often wonder if she misses them and if ...
... we have Big Sven, guess who we find? Big Sven at JCP - on sale for half the price. Defeat! Oh well! No need for another Sven, so we got his friend Olaf. Note: we still have never seen Frozen.
Alrighty, now to July 4th. Addy had a great first 4th until we took her to the backyard to watch random fireworks people shoot off around the area. It is quite amazing the fireworks people shoot off themselves nowadays - like a ...
Our first stop on the road to South America was an overnight in Dallas, Texas on Spencer's B-day. So, I scouted out a famous BBQ place that was close to the airport and our hotel - Hard Eight Texas BBQ was it! We ordered a tray of meat - seriously. We chose a sampler tray of different meat including; beef brisket, chicken jalapeno poppers, spicy sausage, and some beef skewers plus we added corn on the cobb. Everyone's favorite was the beef ...
... it has certainly improved over the years.
When we arrived at the airport, we met up with Sean and Mike whom we haven't seen since meeting up with them on our European holiday last year. The weather here in Dallas is cooler than we'd expected but we don't mind. When we arrived at Sean and Mike's house, I went to give them the bottle of red wine we'd bought for them in Chile to discover that, whilst it had travelled perfectly for three weeks, had smashed on this ...
... 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 ...