InTown Suites Dallas Northeast
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- Free parking
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After getting home early hours of the morning it was a sleepy kind of morning. 3.30am I ended up crawling in so it was makeup off and bed! I woke up randomly at half 7 and started to talk to people back home as it was a normal time. Then went back to sleep till 10! And then I went to check on miss Taylor and see if she was alive and kicking. She was still sound asleep with her two kitties. Got the best picture. Then I got myself ready as me ...
... than normal for the time of year. Getting sun-withdrawal symptoms and wanting to warm up a bit, we continued west having to miss out on our stop in Mississippi. A shame, because reputedly Meridian has the best ice cream in the land (and we all know which crew member loves ice cream)! However, common sense prevailed and Mesquite Metro Airport (Dallas) won out.
While preparing the EZ for departure, Roger (a Cozy IV builder) came over to chat. He had been at ...
... a not to sweaty walk. We went for ages, you don't realise how far your walking when you put the world to rights chatting at the same time. We had a brief argument about border collies whilst going round. A&M university have a mascot which I describe as a lassie dog. I know it's a collie but not sure what kind, I just know it's not a border collie as that's my dad's favourite dog. Taylor kept calling it a small border collie. So she had to ...
... needed to get our bodies into the right time. Neither of us slept very well on the plane, which is unusual for me who can sleep pretty much anyway. I can even sleep standing up so to go to sleep mid-afternoon would have been a disaster. Besides, things to do and places to see! We are on a deadline here. Only eight weeks to go on holiday. Mustn't waste a minute! So the Historic Stockyards was the order of business and this blew our minds. Expecting crowds of people we ...
... the last time that happened (New Jersey @work), I grabbed my stuff and moved back a couple rows away from the glass. I spent the next 20 minutes looking up online Japan and earthquakes trying to confirm what I had felt. Sure enough, the airport eventually made an announcement that they were evaluating the building to see if any damage has been done to the terminals due to the earthquake. (How I manage to end up in earthquakes ...