Village Inn Motel
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and unleashed the contents onto the town.
We are going into town today to get jeans and other items.
We went to Target. It is completely different to the ones in Australia. It is like Woolworths and KMart combined. It is huge!
... hours in Dallas, we stayed in the airport. The land is very flat an seems to go on forever. The airport is actually located on the outskirts of the city, so the city was only visible in the distance.
The customs department was very 'high-tech'. There were self check in booths as though we were in a grocery store. White slips of paper with our information was dispensed from the machine. then we were on our way to the next terminal.
We came upon ...
... brûlée, I love gorgeous views.
With all the Frank Lloyd Wright buildings and homes to explore we chose this one for our only tour. Mostly since we have visited Taleisin West, it just seemed to be appropriate. We took the 2 hr Highlights tour which included the Hillside area and main home with a shuttle bus between them. We had a dry, but informative guide who focused on the ...
... going on- so the only thing to see is the Circus Wagons, as long as we were there we stopped to check it out. But it was late in the day and we wouldn't really have time to see much. We ended up shopping and spent so much they let us walk through the poster museum no charge. It was more interesting than I expected and it was nice to learn about the five Ringling Brothers and ...
... who studies at the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins
University, recently noticed a satellite observation that supports he and
Akasofu’s hunch. They think the sun’s hot breath is stretching Earth’s magnetic
field lines like a kid pulling back on a slingshot. When the field lines can no
longer hold the stretching, they snap back toward the planet. In the process,
electrons are separated and stream into ...