Hampton Inn Houston Stafford
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... booking happens more often than you would think, and I made sure to stress the word "honeymoon" when I was re-making our reservation, not that I expect anything from the hotel as an extra because it is our honeymoon, but hey... what do I lose by trying?
Though that won't stop me from going to the guest relations booth at Disneyland and getting a "Just Married" or "Happily Ever After'" button, and making ...
This is the basic plan (left out the small campgrounds and stuff) and for people who asked about sending me packages on the way I put **s next to the ones where I'm picking up my re-supplies, and there's a picture of a sample address attached to this entry:). 6/2- start in Banff, AB 6/14- Elkford, AB 6/16- Eureka, MT 6/21- Ovando, MT 6/24- ...
... yards. It was a giggle fest from there back to the car.
We loaded up and headed to dinner before we went back home. It was a fun day and we saw a lot of beautiful scenery and wildlife and shared time with some good friends. Another adventure awaits tomorrow as we are going to a Houston Astros game. Right now the Astros are on fire having won their last nine games.
A full report of the days action will be here tomorrow.
... part of seeing new cities means visiting the local Walmart everywhere we go. The store near us is yucky! The longest wait at the pharmacy I have ever experienced. Everywhere we want to go is 20 to 30 miles from where we are parked. We went to a really terrible full price theater one day, and then found a nice dollar theater another day. Of course we had to drive across town to get to it. Just part of the learning curve I suppose.
On Saturday we did some sightseeing. We headed out on our scooters with our destination some thirty miles south and the boardwalk at Kemah, Texas. To cross the San Jacinto river without going on an interstate bridge we found the Lynchburg ferry. First opened in 1822 by Nathaniel Lynch it played a key role in the Texas Revolution. Since 1890 it has ...