Extended Stay America - Fort Worth - Medical Center
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We started our day in Fort Worth at a nature reserve. We parked up at the visitors centre and started with a 1 mile walk. We immediately came across a couple of large spiders and heaps of different coloured dragonflies. Sam wasn't keen on the walk after seeing the spiders and knowing there might be snakes around. The walk itself was nice though. We came across 'Prairie Dog Town' which at the time we could only see about four of them from the fence ...
... for dinner and ate at the Cattlemen's Fort Worth Steak House. This was the type of steak house we were looking for back in College Station. Peg had the T-bone with mushrooms and baked potato; I had the bone in Rib-Eye steak and backed potato. Wonderful food and service. This restaurant has been there since 1947.
Peg was disappointed the jewelry store across the street from the restaurant was closed by the time we finished dinner. I had not even seen it but she obviously ...
9/29 Day 100 Today we traveled from San Antonio TX to College Station TX where one of our previous 4-H'rs is going to graduate school at Texas A&M. It was an easy trip of about 3.5 hours.
All in all, it was a mildly frustrating day; nothing big but lots of small glitches. It started out by Suzie taking us to a hardware store, actually she did not take us to the hardware store we were trying to find. She took us to the middle of a lower ...
This museum and many others don't open until midday on a Sunday because of church; I am in the 'bible belt' The trip down was an experience in itself as the Freeways are enormous, there are roadworks (called 'construction' over here) almost non stop the entire distance and the off ramps are on the right hand side which I found added to my confusion. We missed our final turn ...
... or "southern", kit will end up around 16-18 lbs before food and water. Two years ago, I dealt with a 65 lb bag over the course of a two month hike around the Pacific Northwest and Rebecca had a whopping 70 lb bag for her very first backpacking adventure, in which she was also the group guide. We know heavy. I am content with 18 lbs and have hit a point where I no longer have anything else I am willing to cut out of the equation. I wrote up ...