Embassy Suites Houston - Energy Corridor
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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... and then had to leave as the museum closed at five. I did manage to pick up another t-shirt in the gift shop though. It was colourful and pretty and had butterflies on it, so I use the excuse that it makes me think of Nicola and is therefore a perfect souvenir of my time here.
On the way home we went to The Chocolate Bar where I have a hot chocolate which was essentially half melted chocolate and half hot cream. So rich, but so good! ...
... Met up with Kateva and we walked the maze to dinner--I felt like I needed to drop bread crumbs to find my way back!! LOL since she's got her walker, we had to take the elevator, which only worsened the problem of navigating. Anyway, we had a nice dinner, including a big glass of wine for me...and then she was ready for bed. Since it was only 7:15, I wasn't. I managed to entertain myself until 10:30--are we having fun ...
... of the other differences is that every second car is an F150, 450 or dodge ram with a massive trailer hanging off the back; so our car here is just a small little thing, likely to get run over by the big guys!
As we drove to the apartment the surprising, yet not surprising thing, was that it's really just another ordinary place where people live - grass, trees, roads (lots of them) and cars. Nothing glamorous so far!!
The apartment is ...