Hilton Garden Inn Houston/Pearland
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... of us, in spite of the fact that no one was any near us. As Lynnie's dear mother would say: "To each his own."
Had a nice custom-made lunch and now just enjoying the peace of this place and relaxing. Won't be long before the "L Girl" has a plan, so I'd best enjoy this respite. We plan to do some birding and our usual explorations and then move on to Port Arthur.
We laid low... or is it lied low? Lie/lay? ...