Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Irving North-Las Colinas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... purchase. It was a fruitless exercise and he could only get $6.25 so he and Christine had coffees and Larissa a babycino at Starbucks. No choice here for good coffees! I was on granny duties with Aiden. On Monday Christine took me to Must Love Fabrics at Grapevine Mills to buy some patchwork fabric so I make a Texas quite for Aiden. It was a great shop (it has a website) and the ladies were very helpful. On Tuesday we went to Larissa's music class. ...
... think I do such a bad job myself. However, the one thing that I must work on is being able to do this as effortlessly as my mom. For me, it's tough. It never dawns on me that I just might be saying a mouth full; not until I get an eyebrow raising answer that bleeds "offness." And then it happens...I'm left in the afterthought of the conversation thinking, "What just happened?" Or more commonly, I come to myself during or after a conversation and ...
Today was a trip to a State Park about 1 hour's drive north of Coppell. Whilst most of the drive was along freeways we passed through farming country with horse ranches and cattle before entering the park. Ray Roberts Lake State Park has a 29000 acre reservoir supporting many water activities. The weather was nice and sunny but the wind kept it cool - about 16. The park has many camping sites allowing for walking and ...
Antigua to Dallas. Another very early start rising at 4.30am for a 5am pick up. Antigua is a 45 minute drive to Guatemala City airport. As the roads get incredibly busy it is advised to leave as early as possible as later in the day the trip can take up to 2 hours. We had breakfast at ...
... building where it's believed JFK was assassinated from one of the top windows. It's eerie to stand at the window and see the exact marked spots on the road where the then-presidents car was fired at. The museum went into a lot of detail about the early 1960's culture and election, JFKs popularity (and lack of, amoung some in Dallas), a blow by blow account of the rifle assassination ...