Sleep Inn & Suites Speedway
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Spring has sprung in Denton. The trees are leafing up, roses are blooming and wildfowers and birds are everywhere. I walked into Denton this morning, about 2.6km. On the way I found a little piece of Tibet. It is a yoga place so I will be going back there for at least one class, just for the atmosphere. I didn't stop to get another chilli coffee as the café was crowded, so that will be on the list for Monday and Tuesday.... Along the way I happened on 'Sleeping ...
... and Spanish - Texas was a Spanish Colony until the 1800's. I found a great little coffee shop called 'Jupiters' which is a bit like 'The Sweat Shop' back in Townsville used to be. Loads of coffees, smoothies etc and a bohemian atmosphere. Uni students populate this place, all with their laptops, tablets out because it has free wifi. And the shops; there is a dress shop called La De Da where I could buy every dress!!! How unusual. Its sister shop next ...
... still burying nuts (pecans from Jean's trees) and out the front there is a pair of mockingbirds hopping around the tree. Wildflowers abound in people's yards and often they don't mow until the seeds are set, or mow around the patch. Jean's cats are warming to me and I am getting rubs and being asked for pats and head scratches. A soft cool breeze is wafting through the window and I can sleep under covers which is a pleasant ...
Donna always lets me plan our get away trips for our anniversary every year and loves to be surprised. Even though Las Colinas is only a few miles from our home, it seems like it is in another state once you get there.
I booked a package called the "Romantic Getaway in Las Colinas". It features a bottle of sparkling wine, romantic turndown service, a ...
... were replaced by southern yellow pine, and the maple and birch trees replaced by oak and many species that I could not begin to identify, at least not from the car. But it was all very green. The significant thing was that there were no palm trees, so we knew we were definitely headed north into cooler country. And we did see something we have not seen in a very long time…a sign that said "Bridge may ice in cold weather".