InTown Suites Dallas Northeast
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... to recall the events of that day. The cockroach museum lightened things up for us- it was a quick, but memorable stop( wink, wink!). Our drive to Austin was full of exclamations-"Blue Bonnets!! Blue Bonnets on the right!!" The roadside was so colorful. Once in Austin, it was fried chicken at Lucy's- fun to sit out in the cool evening air with a tin bucket of fried chicken- and some FRIED deviled eggs. Yep- gotta get a cholesterol check once we return ...
... desks in the front before you enter providing the tourist with a phone number in case they may have any questions. ((817-624-4741))
The Stockyards National Historic District has some history behind it. Originally, it was a livestock farm located in Fort Worth. It is interesting to see how the Stockyards have changed over the years. Cattle has always played a crucial role in the Stockyards history. Also, one of the most ...
Generally I am a big proponent of slowing time down. I am not obsessed with trying to recapture my youth on live for eternity, it just seems like every year and every month is lived and chronicled as history quicker and quicker when I pause to reflect on where I'm at and where I have been. However, with my upcoming trip to Peru and Bolivia; I can't spin the hands of the clock fast ...
... Contemporary Art, Artistic Parks, and other varieties of Art, including Asian Art. I love and admire Art and Architecture. It's a passion of mine. I love to study it and allow my creative juices to flow. Some Art just doesn't make sense, but that's the beauty of Art. It doesn't have to make sense. You interpret it the way you want. First, I walked through Klyde Warren Park. It's an artistic park with sculptures as well as eco friendly design -- my favorite. Green design ...
... of the historic Pearl Brewery, and we pretended to be virtuous afterwards by enjoying a short stroll along the Koi filled River under the pretense of burning off a few calories. After good Mexican food, a siesta was required. Two in a row as it turned out. We arose from our food coma at sunset, only to join Graham and Kelly pool side for an evening barbecue. Their good neighbours, Jorge and Monica had swung by and there was some ...