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.
Speaking of local beers, Four Corners will be in the spotlight at venues all around the Metroplex this week. Catch them Monday night during Brew School at the Oak St. Drafthouse, Wednesday or Thursday at the Ginger Man (Plano and Southlake locations, respectively), and Saturday at the brewery during their Local Flavor Showcase. Then, be sure to stop by their booth at Untapped, where they’ll be pouring Super Bee (a saison) for the very first time.
As a baby cries in the midnight hour, somebody neglects to answer. Momma, dada he yearns for his mother and father. As the night prolong, his cry gets longer. Once a man and twice a child. The older you get, the child is reveald. Yet his faith is sealed. When you were young, did you respond? When the cry was there, did you hear? What goes around comes around; it was the cry from the baby’s lounge. Once again that distinguished sound, yes, it did come around.
I was also told by 800 number that we could get a microwave and fridge no problem, but upon arrival I was informed only some rooms had them. but not ours.
Can’t Help Falling in love This song was written by George Weiss, Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore based on “Plaisir d’amour by Jean Paul Egide Martini. It was re-written in 1961 for Elvis Presley to perform in the movie Blue Hawaii.
Don’t get me wrong, just because I’m an atheist doesn’t mean The Church is exclusive to atheists and the like; anyone can go to enjoy a fun Thursday or Sunday night (and sometimes Fridays.) However, it’s also a place where you can bet you won’t be preached to and your religion doesn’t matter. You’ll get to see some interesting shows, meet lots of people with alternative lifestyles and enjoy a drink or two while dancing to industrial music or lounging.
The 2nd Annual traveling man Pup Crawl and Poker Run benefits Greyhound Adoption League of Texas. A Pup Crawl is like a pub crawl, with fabulous drink specials at each stop, but in this case you get to bring your dog along. There’ll be a Poker Run and raffle as well. Registration is only and includes poker, an event tshirt, and a doggie bag. Dogs of all breeds are welcome. Registration starts at 12:30 p.m. and the crawl begins at 1:30 p.m. Participating traveling man establishments include Urban Paws, St. Pete’s Dancing Marlin, The Bone, Club Dada, Trees, and Reno’s Chop Shop Saloon. For more information, visit the GALT website.
To expedite the trip to Laconia I opt to proceed down Interstate 93 to New Hampton. This is again another great road in New Hampshire, but it is an interstate. I generally do not like to ride the interstate as it is faster than prefer to ride. We make Laconia in record time and we are parking “Baby” by 9:45 am!