HYATT house Dallas/Las Colinas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you out to the parking lot and take care of formalities, then drive you up to the departure level and drop you off with your bags. Now one can drop the car right by the offices. There isn't nearly as much coming and going.
I checked in at the Air Mauritius counter, it was code share flight with Air France. And though Delta also code-shares with Air France, Air Mauritius couldn’t issue Delta boarding passes, I would ...
... Carlsbad we drive to Dallas. Best known for the murder of John F Kennedy in 1963. We visit the place where it happened and meet a guy who was there in 1963. He was 13 years old at the time and is convinced there was more than one shooter. Every day you can find him on the grassy knoll , telling his story and selling magazines that support his view. We also watch a baseball game at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Rangers vs Giants. Rangers win thanks to a 2-run homer by Josh Hamilton ...
... and then we got her up for cake and presents. Mama was so happy to see Addy's excitement over the minion cake I made her! Once again, so many wonderful and thoughtful presents! A big thanks to Cousin Bennet for helping Addy open her gifts!
She may be too young to remember all this, but hopefully all of these pictures will be fun to look at later! Thanks so much to everyone for being a part of Addy's first birthday at home!!
... and quick stopping right in the historical section of the city. We took a city tour then spent the rest of the time walking around the city. The first thing you notice is the lack of pedestrians on the streets. An explanation is there are a number of pedestrian subways lined with eateries and shops. Surprisingly Dallas has some fine modern buildings of ...
... a hard place to drive past because you are actually on an on-ramp to a bigger highway and we looped around twice so we could see it.
You find that when you drive through a city, that there are only small parts or one or two buildings that are recognizable. Anyway, we enjoyed being in the Texas area; everyone is so friendly, Ken reminisces about when his family lived there for two years in his adolescence, and it's a place that makes the Tullys happy in general.