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re: Recommendations on a Quick Weekend Getaway Spot Near DFW - TinyTigerPaws
Checking out Lake Murray, OK this weekend. The lodge isn't half bad at all. Will have a better review tomorrow, but not bad and not expensive. Was less than 2hrs from Addison on a Friday evening. Stopped at WinStar for food. ...
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re: how long do tickets stay up without changing prices? - TinyTigerPaws
Yep, or the flight times will be terrible and the price will be higher. ...
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re: Dallas BBQ Rec - TinyTigerPaws
Hard 8 is popular. I'm not a Pecan Lodge fan. Lockhart not a bad option either as someone has already said and Bishop Arts is a cool neighborhood. ...
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re: TSA Precheck - TinyTigerPaws
My mom gets it all the time, especially with American. I paid for pre-check and my husband gets it if we're on the same ticket locator. ...
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re: Denver is terrible - TinyTigerPaws
Was just there a few weeks ago. Spent a lot of time in the mountains, but was in the city for two nights. Made the mistake of going to the 16th street mall...it was a shite show. Comic-con was in town too. ...
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re: Children book series similar to Junie B Jones - TinyTigerPaws
Amelia Bedilia...don't remember age range though. I liked Clovis the Crawfish too. Babysitter's Club was good, may be a little old for her right now. ...
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re: Confederacy of Dunces - TinyTigerPaws
And this is where I'm in the dissenting minority as usual. I hated it in college and started it again recently and couldn't get through it. Ignatius was a pill and so incredibly hard to deal with. Way to dramatic and lazy. I just couldn't do it. ...
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re: Plano vs Dallas - TinyTigerPaws
Agreed. Takes me about 45 from uptown to a friend's house in McKinney. 75 is a shite show most times of day. Frisco/West Plano is rapidly developing and are building pockets of areas that will be very nice and less gritty than even uptown. The Star, Legacy West and Grandscape will all be nice, ha...
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re: Quick Vacation Recommendations? - TinyTigerPaws
I agree with Boston too. So much history. I spent a long weekend there a couple years ago and walked 26 miles. You can go to Martha's vineyards or another water area while you are there to satisfy your water request. The one drawback is it is pricier than other recommendations, but will be so mu...
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re: Texas Trip - TinyTigerPaws
Since I'm not sure this guy is getting out of a trip to Waco, just know Magnolia is THE ONLY THING (besides the In N Out Burger nearby) worth visiting. Downtown Waco is a dump. The cupcakes at the bakery are pretty damn good, but I certainly wouldn't make a special trip to Waco for Magnolia and cupc...
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re: Carry on luggage recs for under $100? - TinyTigerPaws
Eagle creek is nice, but don't know if you'll be under $100. Ebags has 30% off sending soon. ...
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re: Edit - TinyTigerPaws
You may have pre-clearance customs in Canada on the way back instead of once you get back to the US. We did this in February, so you'd want to be there early anyways. And I'm pretty sure TSA precheck is US only. Global Entry is international. ...
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re: Blue bell brides cake ice cream - TinyTigerPaws
We have some in Dallas......
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re: What hooked you on reading & what is the first book you remember reading? - TinyTigerPaws
Blast from the past: Babysitter's club and Fear Street. I most remember a book about a dog, but I cannot remember the name. And I remember reading The Firm in high school. ...
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re: Big Name Authors you can't get into. - TinyTigerPaws
I couldn't get into 11-22-63. I'm not good with fantasy books. Haven't read any of his other stuff though. ...
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re: Audiobooks - TinyTigerPaws
I'm not one to judge how people consume knowledge. You are learning and "reading" who cares how you do it? No reason to be a snob about it. Good for you! I love audiobooks for the very same reason. ...
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re: How many books are you currently reading? - TinyTigerPaws
I went through a slump at the beginning of the year where I really wasn't reading anything. If I started a book, I got bored and put it down well before I finished 100 pages. ...
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re: How many books are you currently reading? - TinyTigerPaws
I'm juggling three at the moment. Ended up with a real book for the beach, still trying to wrap up the audiobook I started about two weeks ago and the kindle book that I have. I have another kindle book waiting in the wings along with another audiobook. The books are stalking me! I'm not sure I'm...
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re: How many books are you currently reading? - TinyTigerPaws
Definitely entertainment. Serves as good downtime. Reading a physical book is harder though. Less time to devote on sitting still. ...
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