Staybridge Suites Forth Worth White Settlement

Address: 229 Clifford Center Drive, Fort Worth, Texas, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 229 Clifford Center Drive, Fort Worth, is near Stockyards Rodeo, Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, Burger's Lake, and Cowtown Coliseum.
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I'm Back!

A travel blog entry by maxlite on Aug 10, 2015

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... toying with the safety latch that securely held her in place.... Hmmmm... The spirit of Scarlett O'Hara was alive and well in that room!!! At 18 months, Miss Elina has all the charms--and wiles--of a true Southern Belle. Elina is quite a fan of music, and her tastes are varied. She can shake her bootie to the beat of the B52's "Sugar Shack" or stomp her feet to the snap of Salsa. Her favorite dance move is turning in a circle until she makes ...

Heading east toward Dallas and all points east.

A travel blog entry by maxlite on Aug 10, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... have to unhook the truck. This will not do. So, I moved to another site, unlevel, get hooked up, the trailer is cooling down ever so slowly. I am sitting under a tree, smoking a cigar. Next is a glass of Jamison's. Needless to say, this KOA will not be on my return trip. And, I will write a non-flattering review. So, tomorrow we head out and pick up I 30 which takes us through Tennessee. Never, never, never, travel in this part of country during the month of ...


A travel blog entry by nomadicnik on Jul 28, 2015

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And we're off again! Leaving Meridian, MS and headed to Dallas, TX. I decided to take I-20 this time as I've taken I-40 and I-10 on recent trips. For those of you who aren't familiar with the major interstate highways that traverse the country West to East, I-20 is sandwiched in between the other two. Of all the options, I prefer the southern route (I-10) and kinda sorta wish I had taken it ...

Day 21, Dallas Contiki day 9 (jfk and cowboys)

A travel blog entry by iancarmen on Apr 25, 2014

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... jfk was killed.
From here i had a look at a few shops including Wild bills western place – a place to get cowboy stuff, i got a shirt to wear tonight. From the shops i had a look around the general area then went to the Renascence tower – this is a building that has a big pyramid in front of it, done by the same guy who did the pyramid at the Louvre. Inside i got lunch, walked around, then left.
I then walked back to the hotel. The reason that i went ...

I wonder if our car made it onto Google

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Oct 24, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... were about to be born. These farmers are getting rich, and it isn't from cotton. My research tells me that the oil and gas companies buy land leases from the owners, giving them annual rental fees plus about 1/8th of the value of the oil or gas that they recover. And if the wells go quiet waiting for repair, they get an additional fee to make up for the loss in royalties. Some of these farms had a lot of pumps.

We saw a lot of farms. Most appeared to ...

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