Motel 6 Dallas - Plano - Southeast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... me to pack her! So cute! Then I'd made a list of what I needed to do before I leave tomorrow and daphne sat on my list so I think she wants to be on my list and come with. Adorable!! Then my afternoon consisted of chilling out and painting my toes. Taylor headed out to church for a meeting so I stayed home and watched all new kardashians!! When Taylor got back we headed through In & Out burgers drive thru for my last American burger of my ...
... 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 ...
... type of collie he was which ended out argument at that we were both half right lol! Must have made entertainment for people walking past us. We then headed back and stopped for a drink and nibble at the ice house. It's a cute outdoor restaurant that has screens for football. We shared some cheesy fries whilst waiting for Carlie and Bailey her dog to join us! Very addictive those cheese fries so had to quit while I was ahead remembering I'm in a bikini ...
... a third house, belonging to Marie, which also required quite a walk from the road, but on a more manageable path, one we could expect to complete in a continuously vertical orientation.
Chantal joined us at Marie’s house, where the latter lives with a nephew who had to leave his own family home due to domestic issues. His name was Joel, and we remembered him from a youth camp we held in Rwanda in 2009. Now in his early 20s he farms and helps ...
... luggage into the shuttle van and headed to the airport. As we unloaded at terminal A, the International terminal, we said goodbye to the James who walked on to terminal B to check in to their flight to Cape Town. It was a little early for us to check in, our flights were later, so the men found a place for a cup of coffee or bush tea, while the ladies went shopping for souvenirs from Africa. They came back empty handed, but not daunted; ...