Residence Inn Fort Worth Cultural District
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... easily murdered with our cutlery. Sounds dramatic but her laugh went straight through you like base music!! Once we'd finished lunch we headed back home. I sorted my washing out and packed my cases. I'm leaving America with a massive suitcase full that I didn't turn up with. So my bag I left England with I'm now using as a carry on and I have a massive suitcase. Daphne Taylor's cat has taken a shine to me and that much she was in my ...
... by 2 shots, but struggled in the back 9 holes to lose by a few. The weather in Fort Worth is really warm, into the late 20s and lots of sunshine. The sun and heat took a little out of us during the walks and mini golf so we finished the day outings by gong to a few stores. The different types of pets in the pet stores are awesome, including dumbo rats, hamsters, gerbils and bearded dragons. For dinner we had Popeyes with chicken, mashed potato and ...
... few days!! We met with Carlie then walked quite a lot more, coming off the Katy trail wandering round some housing estates. Then must have taken the biggest detour to get back on the trail. My poor legs hated me from that walking but it certainly burnt a few calories! Glad to be back in the car we headed home but first picking up some Malibu ready for our night out. We got showers when we got back and then slobbed on the sofa doing our nails. They ...
... a gentle rain shower. The aerating pool features multiple illuminated spray fountains under a canopy of large oak trees, and the active pool has water cascading 38 feet down terraces and steps into a small pool at the bottom.
We took a lot of artsy photos, playing around with the effects functions on our camera. We climbed down into the square waterfall, which has stepping stones all the way to the middle so you can sit surrounded by waterfalls, and I ate some ...
... western wear.
After the cattle drive Kippy treated me to lunch at Joe T Garcia's, a Fort Worth icon. The Garcia's started this place in the 1930's in a tiny storefront that seated a dozen or so. Over the years it's expanded until it fills most of a city block! We had their traditional family style enchilada lunch, with platters of rice, beans, guacamole, etc. to heap on top.