Hilton Garden Inn Houston Energy Corridor
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Excitement and over-fatigue conspired to keep me from getting a good night's sleep, but I was still up at the crack of the Houston dawn to get this vacation STARTED already!
When we stepped out of the hotel, we saw a giant motorized shopping cart with seats to shuttle folks to the Fuddruckers restaurant.
We skipped breakfast, and hitched a ride to Sunset Body works here in the downtown area for our luxury pedicure. We enjoyed some ...
... br> Lunch: Goode’s Barbecue for Texas style barbecue (brisket). Yum-yum! Brisket, cole slaw, Texas toast with jalapeņos, and beans. Jim had pinto beans with jalapeņos while Barbara had Austin style baked beans (beans, pork belly, pieces of brisket, red bell peppers, onions and apples-what a surprise). Both were delicious.
Next we thought we’d shop at the Galleria Mall. Big mistake! ...
... br> exploration. It showed how the ISS was conceived and built, and discussed the cooperation between nations to build and operate it. There were great clips of space walks including one where the astronaut stepped back off the ISS with the earth in the background that made
many in the audience, including Barbara, groan. There was also information about the Orion project—travel to Mars. ...
... que se puede bailar" attributed to Enrique Santos Discepolo a poet and something more of Argentina. "Tango is a sad thought that can be danced" -- really, it can but Discepolo was an intellectual for sure since most people dance their feelings (not thoughts) through tango.
More, beautiful sentiments -- that strange elixir, mixture of thought and emotion -- [Tango] "provokes dramatic encounters and separations.""... tango is a story of encounters between those who should ...
... it, finally, to the airport and then found a Mexican restaurant for a quick meal, before heading to CYC at North Houston.
This was the beginning of a special study weekend by Neville Clarke. The CYC class was on Theistic Evolution - giving some Biblical arguments against the theory and it was interesting to get our heads around some of the ideas floating around.
After CYC, we had a carful of noisy kids - the Pettinger kids were coming for a ...