La Quinta Fort Worth West Hotel
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
... car. Enjoy the pics! Also adding a link to a picture video my sister made. So very sweet. You may need a Kleenex for the video - John and I did. Thanks, Sis! Love you much! Thanks to everyone for your calls, texts, and messages. We appreciate all the support! <a href="https://animoto.com/play/9p8XmRJa CMG0KhAkfFx6yQ" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://animoto.com/p lay/9p8XmRJaCMG0KhAkfFx6yQ</a> ...
... in the rooms.
After work I got to walk around the hotel a little see lots of cool things. The hotel buildings are shaped like a pentagon and in the middle is called the atrium. It has a giant glass roof and in the atrium they have plants, trees, little buildings, little rivers and waterfalls and walking paths. The have a bunch of train sets hidden among some of the plants.
They also had the characters from the Wizard of ...
... was that we were going to do the cowboy stadium then fort worth for dinner so we would not get time for the rest of the day. So i got ready for the next day, repacked my bags, changed clothes to what i would wear tonight, then went down to the lobby, where i meet the rest of the group at 2pm, we then caught a shuttle to the cowboy stadium – this was an optional tour.
The tour was very good, we went all over the stadium, learn a bit about the stadium and the team ...
... scale operations...big business...as opposed to small family farms. We could drive for miles and never see a house. And unlike yesterday, we didn't see another power plant the rest of the way to Ft. Worth. We did, however, see thousands and thousands of wind turbines. Some were near the roadside, some on flat-top hills and others way off in the distance, faintly visible through a dim haze.
Midday we arrived in Abilene. I wanted to see this town that was immortalized ...