Hampton Inn Houston - Willowbrook Mall
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... that plane but they had another but had to get it ready and pull it to the gate. Off the plane we go, back to the Club, where we hung for another hour.
Finally made it on the plane, back in our comfy seats and off we went. 2 hours late, but at least it was a plane that worked. Had a nice dinner, glass of wine, watched Boyhood and cuddled up with our duvets for a nice few hours of sleep!
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