The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
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... bison were mooing occasionally, just like cows. After looking at the bison we drive to a nearby mini golf course. The golf holes were absolutely huge! Also several of the holes were multi level. You would start at the top level and if you got the ball into the side holes the ball would move down to the middle level, but if you got it into the middle hole the ball would go straight to the bottom level. Sam did pretty well for the first 9 holes, ...
... a major tourist attraction. At the back edge of the old stockyards was a railroad roundhouse area. If we had gotten to the area a little earlier we could have seen a cattle drive with long horns but due to the accident we were too late. From there we went to see a couple of mansions of cattle barons. Beautiful old homes that were probably out in the country when they were built – now they are right by the downtown skyscrapers.
We went back down to the ...
... and we were hungry so we decided to go ahead and try it. The ambiance was all of that of a warehouse, the only saving grace was the mounted long horns on the walls. We both ordered T-bone steaks, mine was ok, a little over done but acceptable; Peg’s medium rare came out well done. Sent it back and asked for rare figuring the cook (certainly not a chef) would over cook and she would get med- rare. Nope, rare to the point she brought it back to the ...
... shallow fountains.
Hayley and I grabbed a drink in the sun and then walked down to the Water Gardens on the far side of the Convention Center. It’s a very cool place full of amazing fountains, built in 1974 and designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, the 4.3 acre park was dedicated to the City of Fort Worth by the Amon G. Carter Foundation. It is frequently billed as a "cooling oasis in the concrete jungle" of downtown, and its focal points are three pools ...
... We parked and took a window-shopping stroll down Main Street, and turned down Exchange looking for a good vantage point for watching the cattle drive. There are plenty of attractions along the way, like getting your picture taken riding a real longhorn, as well as a maze for kids at the old railway station.