Hampton Inn Houston NASA-Johnson Space Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I also need to figure out how to limit my wardrobe , so I don't take my entire closet...
I've also contacted our cat sitter, who we previously used, when we got married in NJ, and she's available and willing to watch our fur babies for a month.
So... all in all... the trip is coming together?
Can't believe it's basically here already.
Here's hoping Justin and I don't murder each other ;)
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... each one being about 1.5 miles long. We started with the right hand side trail then went on the middle trail. We stopped by and saw a couple of bison (fenced in) a a couple hawks (also caged). Today at one point as we were crossing on a boardwalk when I actually saw a snake right beside Karen. I said "SNAKE!" and Karen said "WHERE?" but it sounded more like "WAH-HARE?" as she was high-stepping around in a circle. It was quite funny. ...
... LOL We also became friend with Jenny and we added Jenny our waitress and Angel our taxi driver to Facebook so we could keep in contact with them. I tried a Cuban cigar for the first time at the restaurant along with the islands homemade beer. I was really feeling both by the time I was done, I think that the cigar was really to strong for me. I have never smoked a cigar before so I wanted to do something different, and of course my first cigar had to be Cuban! Port 2- ...
... like every other American I’ve seen; I expected cowboy hats, spurs, and chaps, but these Houston cowboys were nowhere to be seen. Whilst the majority of them did walk like they’d just hopped off horses, there were no other signifiers of being in cowboy country.
On arriving at the main stop Downtown I asked where Bagby Street was, as this was where Houston’s visitor centre was, but after five blocks full of ...