Element by Westin Houston Vintage Park
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Did not get to update last night, Anji caught the stomach flu Monday night and we were up from 4am as she was vomiting every 15-20 minutes til we started her on Vofran after doctor appointment. Tuesday not very productive. Today I caught up on sleep in the morning. Got car washed and vacuumed, pulled out luggage. Hope to start packing thursday so I can load the car Friday ...
... springs all the way down to Houston. Prepared clothing list last night using Google Notes for 1st time for quick thoughts. 4 page detailed list for whole family in Word doc. Starting packing organic non-perishable food items and finished mapping route using Yahoo Map. Found Travelpod, setup trip details and posted blog entry. Yeh ...
... preset in Scooby Doo tomorrow, sorry guys! But today Nicola decided we needed some musical education/torture, and she pulled out the Silly Songs with Larry CD. Basically, a singing Mexican cucumber (who I thought was a cactus) who regaled us with such hits as "Oh where is my hairbrush" (actually called The Hairbrush Song apparently) and "I Love My Lips". I feel you all need this in your lives to, so here is a link!
... and she was able to truly enjoy all the rides she attempted, and Tad and I felt a bit more relaxed knowing she was pretty water safe. We once again took the Falls to the Alligator river and finished out our morning there. The kids did a Boogie Bahn run to finish off the day, and then it was back to the rooms to shower and pack. On our way out we stopped by the gift shop and then said our goodbyes. ...
... amount of kebabs, other ovens were cooking up great pieces of beef for hot roast beef rolls, there were huge pans of seasoned potato wedges and numerous other meals as well. The smells and sights, the noise, the bustle of the crowd combined for a huge sensory overload.
As our tickets included the public bbq, we all headed there after the beef kebab with high expectations. We walked into the massive tent where the bbq was to be served and lined up. Our meal ...