Monday, December 6, 2010

ICE

Sunday, Michael and I took Ezra to The Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, TX to see the ICE exhibit. 40 sculptors from China are flown in every year to carve out tons of ice into different scenes and this year the theme was Charlie Brown Christmas. It was super cook and the resort was amazing! The decorations were great and Ezra LOVED the toy trains but HATED the ice exhibit. Once he was hit by the cold air he started crying and didn't stop until we got out of the refrigerated tent. Afterward we decided to go to downtown Grapevine to walk around and get some grub. It was super cute as all the store fronts were decorated and there was a general vintage feel. I would recommend for everyone to make a day of it. It was a bit hard with a 2.5 year old but I definitly will go back once Ezra's a bit older and can really enjoy it.

DOWNTOWN GRAPEVINE:
This tree had a great vintage theme to it with old pieces of note music. I loved how they added the burlap, music sheets, and lanterns. A real chic but rustic look.



They also had this adorable mail box near a HUGE tree on Main Street.




One of the train tracks at the Gaylord Texan in the shape of a guitar!











Some of the lights in downtown Fort Worth near the Trinity River:

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