Homewood Suites by Hilton - Dallas Arlington
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Today, we planned to drive around to places that Philip and I remembered and to show them to Erin. First, we drove by the house where Jane was living when Philip was born. We had never seen it before. It is right by White Rock Lake and about three miles from the next stop on our tour--the house where he grew up. Erin had never seen it before since …
... easily murdered with our cutlery. Sounds dramatic but her laugh went straight through you like base music!! Once we'd finished lunch we headed back home. I sorted my washing out and packed my cases. I'm leaving America with a massive suitcase full that I didn't turn up with. So my bag I left England with I'm now using as a carry on and I have a massive suitcase. Daphne Taylor's cat has taken a shine to me and that much she was in my ...
... helicopter, even for a short time!
The little 'plane safely tucked away in the hangar, the FBO again kindly loaned us the use of the courtesy car for the evening as we were unable to arrange a hire car rental until the following day. We had arrived in the area a week earlier than anticipated and as Philip and Susan had house guests, we stayed in a nearby hotel on Lake Ray Hubbard. Philip was able to join us for a quick beverage at a local UFO watering ...
... to the ground some years after they closed.
Interesting note: During the cattle drive years, the record number of cows that came through Fort Worth in one year was 1.5 million. At that time, there were more than 1000 cattle pens at the stockyard. Now there are about 50.
Interesting note: Fort Worth is named for the army post near here that was an important post during the ...
... a lot more comfortable. We arrived at LAX 50 minutes ahead of schedule, which turned out to be a god-send because of the time it takes to get through Customs. Being finger printed, questioned, and having photos taken takes a lot of time, and even having an Express pass, we only just made it to our connecting flight. L.A. to Houston was a 3 and a half hour flight and I spent most of it watching the movie "Jobs". The stopover in ...