Motel 6 Plano/Preston Point
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... were heading to brunch with Carlie. I face timed Megan back home while getting ready and spoke to the whole family which was great. So excited to see them all when Soon!! I miss them so much and can't wait to cuddle my doggies to!! Carlie is hilarious, she is never on time! We were meant to go at 12 which ended up being 1.30 lol. Once she finally got here we ended up going to uptown to a great breakfast place called the social house. I wanted ...
... the land was flat with pastures and more regular-shaped agricultural fields (some blackened) with a few copses scattered about. The White River cut its way through a large forested ribbon, the land having been cleared for agriculture on both sides of the swathe.
The ceiling base was beginning to lift, and we had been able to go up to 2,500ft. The blackened fields were explained by the huge areas of stubble-burning under way. About an hour into the ...
... night out/ mexico ready nails! Once we chilled out for a bit catching up with the porch videos online we started to get ourselves ready! I was excited for a night out with the girls as its my first & last Dallas night out. We had pre drinks at Taylor's with Carlie and two of their guy friends. Taylor was necking them rather quickly and got quite tipsy before we headed out lol. Fun car ride sing along on our way to town. First stop was a ...
... are of packed earth, and the roofs of corrugated tin, mandated by the State a few years back. Notice was given that after a certain date, any house still sporting the traditional leafed roof would have it forcibly removed. People either had to come up with enough money for sheets of tin, or go without a roof entirely. The church helped a few families buy the tin sheets at the time. This time we’ll be provide a little money to help people have ...
... skins ($1000, thank you very much). While there we met Amanda Harring and Vivian Waddle, who had just finished their Foundation-Outreach-International-(FOI) -sponsored outreach project in Zimbabwe. I knew from previous reports they had done very well, improving English skills, establishing friendships and setting a fine example.
We chatted for a few minutes, while the ladies shopped, and then finally said goodbye and went our ...