Ramada Limited Dallas South/Hutchins
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... something I'd not had before and something totally American. So biscuits and gravy it was. So the biscuits are basically a savoury scone and the gravy is kind of like a cheesy white sauce. Not what I would imagine biscuits and gravy to be. Tasted amazing though and the girls said I was having something very southern and a proper Texas breakfast. So good!! Loved breakfast but we had the most annoying screechy women on a table next to us we ...
... Arkansas River was crossed and blue patches started to appear in front. The bumps and the forests both returned. As the cloud broke up and began to dissipate, we were able to increase our height to 4,500ft and it became a little smoother. We were able to make out the Ouachita River flowing into the Missouri River as we followed Hwy 30 to Texarkana. Our friend, the Red River, appeared on the LHS, and as we crossed this at Texarkana, we were back in Texas just on ...
... 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 ...
... s working again today so she popped over with little Vivienne to get out the house. So we headed over the way from Taylor's place to go on one of the little walks that are around there. Beautiful time of day for a walk. Very quiet, sun was just trying to come through so wasn't to hot. I've definitely acclimatised to the weather over here as low 20's now feels quite cold so god help me when I get home! After a brisk walk it was back to get ready for the ...
... so he could read every sign, and enjoy himself, while I did girlie things (a couple of interesting facts: 1 in 3 French men between 17 and 30 died during the war; by 1918 the daily cost of the war was $96M). It was a very impressive memorial. There are two sphinxes with their wings covering their faces flanking the 200+ foot tall tower. The sphinxes are named Memory and Future. Memory faces east and is hiding his eyes from the horror of wars past, and Future ...