Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Weatherford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... has a pretty impressive collection, then my hosts took me to dinner at a Tex-Mex place with great margaritas that gives you an insane amount of food. This morning I went for a lovely run at the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge before heading out of ...
... malfunction and heavy rains. It was reopened on March 4, 2007 after being made safer by reducing the depth of the main pool from 9 ft to 2 ft. We survived though, and made it back to ground level safely. Phew.
By the time we left the Water Gardens it was dark and we got slightly lost trying to find the car park. Our main location marker was The Cheesecake Factory, which annoyingly takes up the whole end of a block so we ended up walking around the whole block ...
... our goodbyes. Sad to leave, but looking forward to the next leg of the trip too. With Gingy (our surrogate passenger) in tow we set off to Fort Worth and our day of relaxation.
It was a fairly uneventful drive, lots of open countryside and ranch land. Hayley did some farmyard spotting finding every important farm animal except a pig. We even saw sheep, something we had not seen in America yet! We thought ...
... add-on stopped at Durty Murphy's on the way back to my room - least smokiest of the pubs and the Guinness was .... Pulled in a single pour and not as good as the other two... So that brings the smoke back in to play :) no not really - when the bar pours the Guinness in one pull that tells you a lot about how well they monitor their lines. Moral of the story put up with the smoke at Paddy's or O'Shea's when in Ft. worth and skip Durty Murphy's. back at you from New ...
... about 10 minutes before us. We passed by Dennison, TX which is the birthplace of D. D. Eisenhower. One day we will come back and visit. The roads were pretty good and there were no ramps so Bob did not had a problem with the drive. The only problem we had was the distance from Fort Worth into Weatherford. It seemed to take forever and seemed like we were almost to Abilene by the time we saw our exit! We pulled into the campground and they parked us ...