Kingsley Inn and Suites
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... departure terminal is interesting because of all the the unusual things for sale: all sorts of African products including many kinds of animal skins, horns, and various items made from them: pillows, rugs, clothing and so on.It's all quite expensive of course, a decent zebra skin (there are different qualities) was going for somewhere around $1000 last time I checked.
I stood in line at the Delta counter to get my ...
... Carlsbad we drive to Dallas. Best known for the murder of John F Kennedy in 1963. We visit the place where it happened and meet a guy who was there in 1963. He was 13 years old at the time and is convinced there was more than one shooter. Every day you can find him on the grassy knoll , telling his story and selling magazines that support his view. We also watch a baseball game at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Rangers vs Giants. Rangers win thanks to a 2-run homer by Josh Hamilton ...
... is more of a first birthday tradition to have a smash cake but we thought it would be fun - and it was!!
The next day, we went to Mama's work where there was a grand Elmo party. It was great to see everyone. Addy really enjoyed the salami and honey sesame cashews! She also loved the frosting off the cake. There were so many presents! We had clothes, books, a shopping cart, hand-painted personalized Frozen shoes, ...
A slightly cooler day , temps only going up to 85 so we decided to complete the ham antenna work, but first we had to go shopping at Krogers to get the filet mignons for the evenings bbq.
Job all finished with Paul's help after getting a bit tangled! and we set an extra radio I brought over for Jim and promptly talked with New York and New Hampshire so all working ...
... was very comprehensive in covering JFK from his election and goals to his early demise as well as the after-effects of his untimely death. The tour is self-guided with an audio guide. They do a beautiful job of splicing together first hand accounts with factual events. The narrator was one of the reporters who was on call when the assassination in Dallas occurred. I felt totally transported to 1963. They visuals were striking, and they did ...