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... lose anything as we hit the highway.
As a closing note, you also might be surprised to know that we don’t use Matt’s wheel chair much at all. Bathroom runs at gas stations and the hotel stops are great opportunities for Matt to walk and get some exercise. People in general are very kind and helpful and it lends a smidgen of credibility to the smirks we get when presenting Ricky the official emotional aide dog at the front desk.
Fortunately, everything was on time for our flight home today. We took a taxi to Charles De Gaulle and departed right around 12:30pm. Our 8.5 hour flight to Washington, DC was fairly smooth (except for a little turbulence upon our descent). We got through customs and immigration really fast and headed back to the concourse to catch our flight to Houston. Coincidentally, our friends Donald and Luz ...
Started at the Capitol building which governs Texas. Its elaborate design includes big Greek pillars and a dome at 283ft high making it the tallest congress building in the states. We were x rayed for firearms on entry then allowed to explore freely. The free tour guide we were out off by from the loud piercing American tour guides voice. After ascending to the highest balcony in the dome and finding hidden phalic symbols in the floor patterns we walked down the main avenue of ...
... with hardly a (lower case b) bush in sight. :) Ahah, I thought to myself, these new homes must have been built during the early 2000’s housing bubble and are probably largely now under foreclosure.
I did some research to prove myself quite clever but found I was not so smart after all. Houston did not fare badly in the 2008-10 housing crisis partly because there was so much ...
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