Sleep Inn Addison

Address: 4005 Belt Line Road, Dallas, Texas, 75244, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Dallas North area of Dallas, is near Galleria, Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Keller's Drive-in, and Cinemark Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Dallas

Cousin's House

A travel blog entry by d4nnyboy on Dec 15, 2014

My aunt lives in Dallas so we decided to take a visit. She said we can stay for the night. For dinner we had ribs, mash potatoes and green beans. Her home cooking is the best. The next morning she made us a delicious breakfast before we left. As always, we filled up the gas for ...

Caffeine Pills Vs Coffee

A travel blog entry by diligentto176 on Dec 12, 14

Well, let's have a search. First off, caffeine is caffeine. Various other words, the caffeine in coffee is the same substance in caffeine dietary supplements. Caffeine is also the primary active ingredient, and is what gives you that buzz when you drink caffeinated drinks.

Coffee begins its journey to the cup with beans usually are roasted, after which you can ground. The coffee is mostly brewed in the coffee maker which ...

Day 4-West Dallas Trolley

A travel blog entry by brad_rusnak on Oct 23, 2014

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Morning: 15 C and overcast Afternoon: 28 C Up and out by 9:30 AM. Seems to be a pattern. We decided to go do some grocery shopping today for light lunches and snacks. That put us to 11:00 AM before we headed for west Dallas. Once we found a parking spot we jumped on the trolley system. We went up to what is known as West Village to check out some shops. It turns out that the shops are actually high end shops not meant for us. Lucky for us just south of these shops ...

Finally in Texas!

A travel blog entry by sunflwerseads on Sep 23, 2014

... went on a guided tour of the Heritage Farmstead Museum

  • It was only $5.00 and was a lot of fun
  • We learned all about the agricultural history in Plano
  • I'm so glad I got to spend the day with some of my favorite people! ...

  • We're off!

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on May 19, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... high and 50 by 50 feet wide. Two narrow openings face north and south, and the whole thing is painted white - it looks a little like a large Lego block. From here, we headed towards the old County Courthouse, now a tourist information centre, where Maggie was reminded that she needs to harden herself up and not engage with seemingly friendly locals who offer free gifts/tours/maps. The courthouse building is striking, built of red sandstone with marble ...