TripAdvisor Reviews Tower Motel Fort Worth
Travel Blogs from Fort Worth
... College Station. Mr. Thorton was in the CIA while Mrs, Thornton was an elementary school principal. While serving in the CIA, Mr. Thornton was asked to be the agent who briefed the retired President Bush on affairs of state. They became friends and he was asked to head up the Bush Foundation in College Station when he retired. What secrets he must know.
Our next stop was to drive to Dallas to ...
... seen they nearly pulled him apart!! It was awful, I had to cover my eyes for most of that! Anyways, we had to make an early get away for the bus back to town to get the last train back into Dallas. Everyone we have met so far have been incredibly nice, everyone is so helpful and chatty! The station was busy mum, don't panic we weren't stood there alone! And anyways we spotted some Chinese people, you know your in the right tourist spots when you see them! Haha. Night, ...
... and took the Molly Trolley to Risckys restaurant which is a barbecue place. Sally had a hamburger while I had the beef sandwich with my favorite side dish, fried okra. Sally and Marcy shared a bottle of red wine which is becoming a tradition. We chatted at the table until 9:30 and then Sarah, Sally and John took the trolley back to the hotel while Kevin and Marcy walked. Now ready for a shower and bed. Another great day. Fort Worth is working out just ...
... pretty campus of Baylor. We checked out their new stadium that seats over 100,000.
Followed the GPS right to the Omni Hotel in downtown Fort Worth. We got a King suite upgrade with a nice view of the city with windows on two sides (6th floor). After wonderful showers we dressed for dinner at Reata's. This restaurant was highly recommended and deserved the praise. A Texan western style place with great service personnel. We had the tenderloin tamales with pecan mash as ...
... After lunch we had just enough energy left for a drive through downtown Fort Worth--no offense to Dallas residents, but Fort Worth always feels more like a "real town" to me--Dallas has some great restaurants and entertainment, but as a place to live, I don't think I'm alone in preferring downtown Fort Worth over its neighbor to the east.
Kippy also gave me some good advice about places to stop ...
Other places to stay in Fort Worth
South Hills, Fort Worth | 2 star motelfrom $107
Northern Crossing, Fort Worth | 1 star motelfrom $63
Hallmark-camelot, Fort Worth | 1 star motelfrom $42
5253 Southeast Loop 820, Fort Worth | 1 star motelfrom $46
7960 I-30 West, Fort Worth | 1 star motelfrom $66
Diamond Hill - Jarvis, Fort Worth | 1 star motelfrom $54
8701 Interstate 30 West, Fort Worth | 1 star motelfrom $40
1236 Oakland Boulevard, Fort Worth | Motelfrom $55
8401 West Freeway I 30, Fort Worth | 2 star motelfrom $31