Knights Inn Alvin
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... spend a few hours with them and we had supper at Outback together, then we had to leave.
Not much else will be happening as we travel back to Florida, so there may not be any more postings. We have had a great trip, but I am ready to be home and get back to reality. Thanks for joining us on these blogs.
... out of the way of everything!? And the bus coming back goes every hour, that's it! They don't like to accommodate for their tourists and transportation! We got to the ticket desk and Ross thought he seen a sign for no food or drink in the museum so we went around the side of the building scoffed out faces of all the food because we didn't want to buy food out! Haha we were so full, I couldn't eat my yoghurt I felt sick full of food! We were the only ones there, by the time ...
... lovely! Ross pulled the short straw and had the sofa bed. We went straight back out and got on a bus to north Houston to the George bush international airport, this took an hour (each way) google maps told us to get off the bus stop at 'wright road' so we did and all that was there was a Chelsea food supplier which we guessed were for Walgreens by the vans being loaded up, it was next to the airport; from here we had to get a taxi so off we trot into a food supplier, everyone ready ...
... and read books in the RV. Like a nanna! Matt really had a great time. The dragsters were pretty fast and loud - the noise rattled the RV and I had to watch where I stacked everything because it fell off due to the vibrations! Saturday, Teresa and I went shopping while the boys went to the drags. Teresa took me to an exclusive mall in Houston. Apparently the most exclusive in America - it houses shops like Louis Vuitton, Gucci and sacks 5th avenue. Unfortunately we are going to ...
... 14, 2008 when Hurricane Ike sweep over the island with a surge of over four feet. That wiped out most of the campground, killed of most wildlife, leaving no gators to be found here for some three years. The storm proved the most costly for Texas so far.
If you didn't know about Ike you would have a hard time believing anything like that ever happened today.
We have had sunshine ...