Have you ever traveled to some faraway place, or heard of a place that sounds so fun that you actually wanted to move there? Have you? If so, did you move there? Was it what you expected? Was it mainly a place for tourism? How long was your stay?
What did you like about that place? What did you not like about it? Was it worth your time? Or, was it an experience from hell? Everyone is invited to post their comments. The topic of this blog entry is about tourist towns and hotels that I think should not be listed on the priceline.com website, hotwire.com website, etc. The cities mentioned in this blog post are:
Arlington, TX, and Grand Prairie, TX. Arlington, TX is mainly a tourist town. The only thing going for it is Six Flags Over Texas and the University of Texas at Arlington (U.T.A.). The new Dallas Cowboys stadium is also there. However, I think they should have moved that piece of shit over to Ponder, TX, where there wouldn’t be any extra traffic problems due to the fucking Dallas Cowboy games.
The town itself is already a fucked up mess, due to the crime, Texas Ranger games, traffic also from those around the stadium area by pedestrians who want to have a good time at Six Flags.
This fucked up town is more fucked up than some of the racist towns in Oklahoma, like Tahlequah, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Stigler, Tulsa, Stillwell, Mcalester, Ada, Vinita, Oklahoma City, Shady Grove, Catoosa, Jenks, Norman, and more. Fuck yeah! Texas is racist as a mother fucker! Definitely Arlington, Bedford, Euless, Granbury, Fort Worth, East Texas, and pretty much the whole fucking state.
Nowadays, it is beginning to be more acceptable to be a « nigger lover » in these aforementioned places, now that Obama is president. Just about every transit station in the nation (including Greyhound) has nothing but news about Obama, due to the televisions being kept on the news channel. Now back to the tourist shit. There are a number of decent hotels in Arlington, Texas.
However, there is a big huge problem. A number of them are listed on priceline.com, hotwire.com, other sites, and are expecting the average person to pay too much money. There was only one place in Arlington, TX where I paid around $30.00 a night (including taxes) this year through priceline.com. It was an extended stay off Lamar and highway 360.
There was a problem with the place. The couch was old and it looked like it had dry cum stains on it. The rest of the room looked downhill from there. It was horrible! Most hotels and motels in this town want $40, $70, and more (not including taxes) per night, usually