Courtyard Houston Intercontinental Airport
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... inside the terminal doors and stood in a fast moving line, showed our passports and paid the $58 total, and got our exit receipts and headed for the United ticket counter. Getting away from the crowd, there was a little table where we stopped and fill out the exit receipt, and then into the surprisingly short line for United. They checked our passports and exit receipt, and since we were checking no bags, it was off to the security ...