The Grand Hotel Dallas
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... was completely full, so I was thankful to have an aisle seat which I almost always request. We had two full meals and one snack, the I had the time to watch three movies (I was happy to see Unbroken which I had intended to see for some time – it’s quite good), do some reading, and sleep six hours or so. By the time we reached Atlanta, we were all quite eager to deplane.
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From Roswell we drive to Carlsbad Caverns. The caverns are on the Unesco world heritage list, so we decide to pay them a visit. Located 250 meters under ground are loads of stalagmites, stalactites, draperies, soda straws and popcorn. Soda straws being the tiny ones hanging from the ceiling . In Europe we call them Spaghetti. Popcorn are located on the ground. The cavern is beautiful, but we saw an even more beautiful cavern in Slovenia last year, so were a little spoilt. ...
... and then we got her up for cake and presents. Mama was so happy to see Addy's excitement over the minion cake I made her! Once again, so many wonderful and thoughtful presents! A big thanks to Cousin Bennet for helping Addy open her gifts!
She may be too young to remember all this, but hopefully all of these pictures will be fun to look at later! Thanks so much to everyone for being a part of Addy's first birthday at home!!
... laughing and playing. She even squeezed in a little nap on her high-chair. Also, she received so many gifts. My goodness, this girl is set! One of the best things was a book from her Granny - a book about Cheerios! Leave it to Granny to find the most perfect gift for our girl! Thanks everyone for loving Addy so much. We are so grateful to have an awesome family.
What else have we been up to? Well, we took ...
... the space race, then uses most of the tour to discuss where, how, and who shot our president. You walk through a gallery of photos following up to "the moment." And there I am, standing in the very spot that Lee Harvey Oswald stood and shot JFK out the corner window of the sixth floor of what used to be a Book depository storage building. You look through the window and can see the "X" painted on the street in the very spot JFK was shot. Wow. This is quite surreal ...