DoubleTree By Hilton Houston Hobby Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... few goats, sheep and some other weird animal I'd never seen before, and can't remember now but it had a strange hump on it's spine (no it wasn't a camel!!).
Some beautiful cows, a sow with umpteen piglets feeding peacefully and so content (see pics).
One gorgeous display we saw was an incubator with hens' eggs all marked with the date of anticipated hatching. People were able to watch chicks creating the first cracks in the shell, then emerge all wet ...
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