During reservations I was told by the Days Inn 800 number that the market Center location had a bar. upon arrival I found they did not. They had, however, applied for a liquor license. I was told by the hotel manager that we could ‘bring our own’ and use the restaurant bar to gather if we wanted. I am sure the bar is in place and fully operational now.
Its interesting to watch him work his magic out of one of his studio choices in traveling man – frequently he uses The Red Carpet a plush environment with inventive technology located in the arts gallery district near Downtown Dallas.
The Old Red Museum is well worth the price of admission, even with the added expense of the parking ticket — which we could have easily avoided by parking in the underground garage across the street and paying an extra .00 for our museum ticket.
Check-in was quick and almost painless. although the night clerk tried to charge my CC after i told him I was paying cash. I also asked him to file a CC for phone calls and room service and such. I was then told I couldn’t make a toll call to my daughter because I had paid in cash. Annoying to say the least. I also paid for my brother’s room as he had not yet arrived. When he did arrive, I was wandering around downtown Dallas. Scott had no problem getting his key whatsoever.
The museum tells the history of Dallas from the days of the woolly mammoths, to the Kennedy assassination and beyond. When you first enter the Old Red Museum, the first thing you see the is the famous neon Pegasus that used to fly over a Mobil station just east of downtown Dallas. In addition, the first floor houses a well appointed gift shop with a notably helpful staff.
Lingo Voyager: When you’re traveling, two things you don’t want to do are limit your travels to places where you can find someone who speaks English, and carry a fat stack of foreign language books with you. The Lingo Voyager Translator speaks 14 different languages. Just type in your phrase in English and let it do your talking for you. Not only will it save him a lot of hassles on his travels, this cool gadget is also a great conversation starter!
Deep inside Jesus always knew what he was to do but being a young child he never thought about it much. Now that he was growing up he found the future worrisome and somewhat frightening. Jesus knew that a lot was riding on him and that he had a heavy load to tow. Sometimes Joseph would find him alone in a corner of the shop, playing quietly, fashioning little crosses out of scrap wood.