BEST WESTERN PLUS Sam Houston Inn & Suites
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My cousin Brie had expressed interest in joining me for the game in Houston so after some messaging and reworking plans we made got things figured out. I opted out of the direct route to Houston from Arlington and instead drove down to San Antonio met with her and shoot over to Houston. After a late night blogging and being screwed up by traveling through a couple time zones, I got a bit of a late start. So instead of being able to visit for a spell ...
Ok - it's crunch time in the Linsenbardt House (and probably the Brei and Kinsey Houses also). What do we still need to buy...... .....to pack ......to turn off ..........to feed, water, fill up, empty, charge, copy, write down.........ahhhhhh! Spending the last 2 days in Kansas City didn't help to get things prepared. But duty calls. I'll head to the office in ...
... Found huge storm drain tunnels that made massive echoes when we shouted down them. Sweating and hot we craved a beer, walking up to the infamous 6th street we found a Mexican bar on happy hour and took advantage with buckets of beer. Made our way slowly down the infamous 6th street lined with loads of pubs, slating off any further sightseeing for the day. At sunset we Watched the 750,000 bats that live under the bridge fly off in search off food to feed their young. A ...
... decision making ensued.
The week before our trip was spent using every waking moment to track down our visas and passports. Literal hours each day were wasted on the phone with Cox & Kings company (or CKGS as it's known) split between listening to crackling Bollywood melodies and being frustrated by various agents who all had different answers for us. Even speaking to supervisors didn't help, as one told us they would be processed and returned to us before our ...
... to the old and responsible? What would happen to our family? My thoughts switched back to the present and I looked around at the misery and discomfort that weather and United Airlines had brought together. I looked down at my hand. Instead of an acceptance letter, I clutched at my boarding pass for Phoenix and freedom. As my eyes moved back up, I saw a little boy sitting on a suitcase, small stuffed bear in one hand, android tablet in the other and a charging cord ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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