If you are planning to hold large gatherings, the Park Inn Suites Arlington is a great place. It has budget friendly rates for hosting large numbers of people for social gatherings, parties and so on. It is also great for a family getaway over the weekend.
Inns are some of the best budget places to stay at if you are visiting Dallas.There are several such inns to be found scattered all over the city. One of them is the named America’s best Value Inn. It is a well-equipped place that has very affordable pricing and a complimentary breakfast. There’s also a lot of facilities like cable TV, mini fridge, internet and microwave in the rooms. There are also business facilities and complimentary local calls. It is located right of highway I-30 and hence is easily accessible too.
Development in Dallas has been dismal over the last decades and we need only to look at popular entertainment districts to confirm this. Places where pedestrian traffic is welcomed and encouraged with huge 12 ft sidewalks and easy access from the street. The first areas that come to my mind are Lower Greenville, traveling man, The West End and the Bishop Art District. I am starting to see a pattern here, all were developed at least 75 years ago and are known as “Historic Districts!” Hmmm? Where did we go wrong, the big boxes sure, the massive parking lots, yep. But the reason these were allowed is we have city government holding the hands of big developers allowing them mow down huge tracts of land.
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.
The young Rabbi Moshe Vek was a friend of the family. It was he who told Jesus that he was reaching the age of reason and that now was the time to start thinking of becoming a man and to make plans for the future. Would he be a carpenter like his Dad, a priest at the temple like the Rabbi or travel an entirely different path?
In other cultural news, the Hidden Gardens of Fort Worth Tour encompassing six private gardens in the Crestwood neighborhood will be open to the public for the first time May 31 and June 1 Saturday 9-3 and Sunday noon to 4 p.m. Admission is .00. (Source: Old Towne Home Supply).
Strawberry Fields Forever This was a 1966 hit by the Beatles named after a Salvation Army Children’s house on Beaconsfield Road in Woolton, Liverpool. John Lennon had fond memories of playing there as a child. This song is one of the defining works of the psychedelic rock genre. This song had strong surrealistic and psychedelic overtones.