Comfort Suites Aggieland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Flight booked, lodging booked. Let the fun begin. We have been planning a trip to see Rich since last November when he told us he was moving to Brooklyn. First July, then August, then October…we finally decided December would be the best time, the whole family could be there. And what great fun to introduce M&E to New York at Christmas time. Now we plan the nitty gritty details…packing, what to do to get ready to leave, specifics to do in NYC. Excitement is ...
... and they were even predicting snow at one point, it didn't snow but it was pretty much to cold to go outside. We kept ourselves busy enough preparing for the next leg of our trip, hopefully all this cold weather prepares us for the English winter were heading ...
It really feels like Christmas when there's little kids around, that and the 12 foot tall Christmas tree. Jack and Jake weren't up too early which was good, there were so many presents under the tree it took over an hour to get through them all. I baked lemon meringue and coconut cream pies which were very yummy, we had turkey and ham with all the trimmings and ate till we we're busting at the ...
19th of December 2014 was my grand old 30th and Jakes 2nd birthday. Laurie bought me a beautiful gold Seiko watch and dad and Ang sent me a beautiful Pandora necklace to match my ring. We had dinner at Casa Rod with the whole crew, pretty embarrassing to be sung happy birthday by all the staff with a sombrero on ...
I departed a much colder Austin Texas early Saturday morning for the 100 mile drive northeasterly to College Station Texas. As with LBJ, whose library is within the University of Texas campus, President Bush (#41) located his library/museum on 90 acres within the campus of Texas A & M. The "A" stands for Agricultural and the "M" stands for Mechanical. The facility broke ground in 1995 and was ...