SpringHill Suites Houston Hobby Airport
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... I also need to figure out how to limit my wardrobe , so I don't take my entire closet...
I've also contacted our cat sitter, who we previously used, when we got married in NJ, and she's available and willing to watch our fur babies for a month.
So... all in all... the trip is coming together?
Can't believe it's basically here already.
Here's hoping Justin and I don't murder each other ;)
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... I got him all tucked in and got home. Then, I had arranged a ride with a friend from work to the airport who was not available to drive me (family emergency)! Thank god Uber now serves Houston. Got to the airport with time to spare. Going to go buy a neck pillow for the plane and then off to San ...
... surprised to see a lightrail system downtown. It is more a tram above ground, but they call it Metro. Inside the waggon they have a clever device to hang your bicycle. And if you wish to bring it on a bus then you place it in a retainer attached in front of the bus. Inside the bus you have to push the same button to leave the bus as in Berlin. No more strings that I used to pull.
2nd addition: Watching all the construction going on, I have realized that in highrise ...
... on the shoulder and said, "passport" while handing him his passport and pointing to the completed visa. Stunned, I asked him if he had mine as well and he looked at me with a blank stare and shook his head. Shoving my documents in his face, I asked if he could PLEASE find mine. Begrudgingly, he sauntered back to the office where we glanced to see a mess of Indian workers sifting through piles of passports and Fedex envelopes with no real rhyme or reason.
A painful 45 ...