Wyndham Dallas Suites - Park Central
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... but wetter, with slide guitar and a "Hillbilly Disco." Over dinner we discussed our plans for New York City which would be a reality in just a few short hours. The plan for tomorrow was to pick up a small car from Alamo rentals at Love Field and drive downtown to spend the afternoon exploring the significant history around Dealey Plaza. (The lasting reminder to the free world of what happens to a leader when they lead; a lesson that ...
... teens--kept absently twirling her hair the entire flight by extending her arm at a 90-degree angle from her shoulder, which meant I got whacked in the face by her errant elbow more than once. Not pleasant.)
In Dallas I had a 3 hour layover, but nearly an hour of that was eaten up by Customs and Security clearances. The whole system there in automated--you line up exactly as you do in customs lounges the world over, but instead of talking to a person you approach ...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
... Termite termite baiting may be a particularly efficient resource used for eradicating colonies, even from hundreds of yards away. It's prime drawback is the duration it needs. It is not unknown for termite baiting to take up to half a year or longer to be effective. PRO - A real nest slayer. CON - The slowest effective method by far dependant upon the species, time of year and nest size. 3) Dusting termites. Termidor dusting is one of the oldest methods available to ...
... for the lack of video on the flight over and they gave both of us 10,000 miles as compensation. We will be using those for our return in 2016.
Everything was fine until we got back to Dallas. I thought we were going to get through immigration with no trouble because of the new kiosks for US citizens. However when we printed out our document there was an X across it meaning we had to get in another line to see an actual immigration ...