Days Inn Burleson-Fort Worth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... has a pretty impressive collection, then my hosts took me to dinner at a Tex-Mex place with great margaritas that gives you an insane amount of food. This morning I went for a lovely run at the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge before heading out of ...
... our children were hiding their heads mumbling, "we're gonna die, we're gonna die". After a few miles we quickly became adjusted and the kids came out from hiding. Lesson learned, not only do you need to verify that you do or do not need a visa to visit, you also need to verify what side of the road they drive on! In addition, pay close attention to the type of car you are renting, standard or automatic, and that you are comfortable with that driving ...
... beautiful thing about that is I am not required to. I am humble enough to take the low road when I know that I could flex my muscles so to speak and everything comes crashing down. But I am strong enough to set boundaries around me that while everyone may not understand the what's, why's, or how's, they accept the boundaries in place and rarely test its fortifying strength. The vast majority of the people in my life have come to understand that when I say peace, I mean just that; ...
... created some of the iconic images of the old west.
I've always been a big fan of these two because they show the old west as we imagine it to be. Russell worked as a cowboy in Montana before becoming a world famous artist and Remington did most of his work from New York.
This was a big thing for me, seeing such iconic images as ...
... which had once been Fort Worth's cattle saleyards. Now it dealt with a new kind of cattle - tourists. The place is bristling with souvenir shops and restaurants. We visited the Cowtown museum, which had historical artifacts and
carriages and carts and such.
During dinner, Sam and our hosts thought it was great fun to goad me into eating a jalapeno pepper. I took the tiniest nibble and my tongue ...