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Trip Report DFW Sleepover Information - Thanks

I want to thank those who brought it to my attention that there's a Grand Hyatt over terminal D in DFW.

For an extra $30 (senior rate) we saved the time required to take a shuttle to and from the airport and stayed in an excellent hotel.

We walked out of our room at 8:15AM and ten minutes later our luggage was checked at the AA counter.

Thanks again.

For those interested in Banff, Victoria & Vancouver my complete report and photo link is posted on the Canada forum tagged Alberta & British Columbia.

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