Travelodge Houston - Intercontinental
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... frozen gluten free products (Honni/Lib - you'd like this), followed by an array of organic health products (shampoo/conditioner, vitamins, soaps etc etc). Bear in mind that everything is organic in this shop and it's the size of the average Woolworths/Coles store - the options are seemingly endless and almost equivalent in price to non-organic items in Australia.
Moving along the aisles through cereals, health food bars and snacks, organic chocolate and chips, ...
... track several times. This day was probably our most challenging for me. We followed the GPS exactly, but it did not seem to have a clear idea of where we were supposed to be going; or specifically how we should get there. I was so afraid we were going to make a mistake and end up in Houston. We have had several people tell us they would drive 100 miles out of the way to avoid pulling an RV ...
... In fact, that night we all did a family cycling class for 45 mins - you should have seen Matt's face by the end - beetroot red and his shirt was dripping. He and Sam really pushed themselves and were very relieved when the class was over.
One of the things the kids suggested implementing whilst we're here was taking turns making dinner with me, which was a great idea. Matt opted to go first and he made spaghetti bolognaise with a side salad. ...
... a dark blue, and Aquamarine Shimmer that is a
beautiful blue-green color. All shimmer colors have a mylar glitter
within the product that looks like a million stars in the sky at
night when the pool light is turned on. The shimmer colors being
darker than white or blue are quite attractive and also help to hide
dirt and debris in the pool.
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... very early so it was a surprise when everyone who was at the gate was asked to leave the seating area and get in line. The staff set up tables and we all went through a second security checkpoint. The guy doing the pat down asked me to raise my arms and I just looked at him like he was an idiot (he likely gets that often) and told him my arm was in a sling because I DISLOCATED MY SHOULDER. After ...