Americas Best Value Inn-Houston/Hobby Airport
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... it goes downhill quickly. Our 2 stops in Norway will run from mid 30s to mid 60s with 60%-70% chance of rain. The Faroe Islands and Iceland are very similar with temps ranging from mid 40s to mid 50s with 60% chance of rain. Hoping for quick showers and not an ongoing drizzle! Geography lesson: a fjord is a long, narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs, created by glacial ...
... on TravelPod using my iPad while traveling and then jot down the highlights in my "old school" version when I get home. After all, there's still nothing better than the handwritten word...in my opinion! To make life easier with so much typing, I purchased a keyboard for my iPad. It sure makes for a heavier ...
... pretty damn domesticated to me. Like giant moggies! Then of course they had cuddly toys of them in the gift shop and one of them was the size of cat, and I wanted it as a surrogate Merlin. Yes I have become that crazy cat lady, it’s been 41 days and I miss my kittens!
The last part of the Aquarium is a pool where you can feed and stroke Stingrays. The others partook in that activity, I gave it a miss. Never liked the feeling of fish ...
... There has since been a resurgence, and French speakers were brought in from a variety of places to teach Cajuns French.
Mardi Gras is the logical end result of a long cultural tradition among the Acadians of dances held every week. This began as dances in private homes, to which everyone went, and as communities got too big, dance halls were built. Many religious festivals incorporated the music and dancing, and ...
... the Gulf of Mexico and it had some theme park rides which were really cheap - good incentive!
Having found a place to park we headed to the Boardwalk area and you should have seen the kids disgust when they saw the rides. Comments like 'they're not even scary', 'it's so slow!' etc kept us rather amused. The 'giant drop' ride which is like 'The Freefall' at Adventure World was 'tiny', 'not even half the size of our one!'. Imagine that - in Texas ...