Residence Inn Dallas Market Center
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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 ...
... height is 50%, and weight is around 30%. We have her ultrasound for her kidneys set up for next week and then we also need to get her to a dentist. Poor girl has a mouth full of cavities - we guess from drinking pear juice all the time including at bedtime. We bought her a toothbrush and she does not seem to mind it. We also have to get some blood work done but Mama has this special task of samples collection over the course of the ...
... felt bad for the calves when being hurdled back once the lasso rope got thrown around the neck. However, it was interesting to experience one of the biggest aspects that has thrived in the south, and to be apart of it. While feeling some anxiety, tension, and sadness for the animals I would not fully recommend bringing a young child to a rodeo if they are sensitive, and really love animals. Precautionary warning.
In conclusion, ...
... some pretty cool panels all around the observation deck where you can zoom in on what you can see and get information etc about it. After the tower we drove back through Dallas to our hotel. We both felt Dallas seemed kinda unspectacular. The city centre seemed very clean and organised but seemed to lack any kind of life, or really much to do. It just seemed like a normal city. If you are going to go to Dallas area, go to Forth Worth and see some cowboys!! J Sunny then severe ...
... license as this SUV would qualify as one; I nearly mowed
down the boom gate exiting the lot as I couldn’t see the end of the bonnet, I
think that made the operators evening.
After spending a night in a hotel for a
change, and in a king sized bed, (everything’s big here in Texas), we hit the
road for the three or so hour drive south to Austin. Interstate 35 took us all
the way and I would have to say that if you were a ...