Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh
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From our overnight at Lake Hubbard, we drove to Dallas to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, a request from Jimmy. EXCELLENT choice- so interesting, from the first exhibit about the American pastime of baseball ( and ALL the Presidents involvements), to the Response to 9-11 exhibit, and the Oval Office reproduction. Our next stop was to relive November 22, 1963. The sixth floor of the Book Depository building at Dealey Plaza was full of ...
... was a Billy Bob’s restaurant that serves real home-styled Texan BBQ. Billy Bob’s hosts many local bands. They also throw many concerts and welcome some of the most renowned country singers. (http://www.stockyards.place.hyatt.com/ en/hotel/home.html) Tourist have a ton of restaurant options that they can choose from. Whether you are looking for traditional BBQ, a good burger and fries, or just a cold beer, they have ...
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 ...
... The hotel had great views and the Reunion Tower is part of the hotel. Google it, it looks fantastic.
On our way back from exploring we went to the Sixth Floor Museum - it's at the old Texas Book Depository where Lee Harvey Oswald killed JFK. It is really well done and very informative. You can literally stand next to the window where he shot Kennedy. Down below is Elm Street where you would have seen all the footage ...
... of time to catch the train, but the Circle Line also dawdled. I could just about have got the train if I had run but with a suitcase I just couldn't manage it. So, by one minute, I missed it. Fortunately Tom had offered to pick me up at Ashford so it was only a 30 minute wait rather than an hour.
As I got on the train I was given a survey to complete. It gave me a strange pleasure to write in that my journey started in Texas, though now I was almost home.