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Spent a few hours in a town called Grapevine near the Dallas international airport in Texas during our 8 hour layover. We're waiting to board our plane to Frankfurt now which has been delayed yet again (flight from Rio was previously delayed too). Don't worry, not a technical issue. Something about the service staff not being ready. Fuhh! ...
... Second best benefit: Getting a true break from work, which made me feel ready to jump back in when I got home.
I added some more photos from Lleida, flamenco, and Sagrada Familia earlier in the blog, so take a look if you like. Traveling is much more fun if you can share it, so thanks for your interest. One last word of advice from me -- we remember and value experiences much more than things. So if it's a choice, always choose the experience.
I only have about 30 hours before I depart from DFW for my trip and I still feel like I have a million and one things to complete.
I still need to pack, call the bank, go see one of my professors, stop by my doctors office for a copy of my prescription, and I still have shopping to do ... fun!!!!!!! Oh, not to mention finish Chapter 11 exam and ...
... around, and one of those carts was parked outside. The driver asked, "where you going, Luv?" and I told him. He told me to hop in, and I swear the ride was longer than the drive from the Amsterdam port to Schiphol. I told him I never would have made it that far, and he said, "I know."
There was a massive line, which surprised me since I thought we had plenty of time. I got at the end of the long line and chatted with an American employee (in a ...