Holiday Inn Express Cleveland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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The rest of our holiday in Texas, we went to the pool, did a lot of pool-side activities and we also went shopping for some more awesome stuff. One time when the balloon person came, I got a bow and arrow balloon which was so cool because it actually worked. Another time when my mom and Taylor went to the gym, I stayed in our room and cleaned it a lot. When they ...
... no more room for the kids. Most of the time at dinner, Jay played on his iPad, and I melted crayons in the candle and then drew with them. Sydney, Hannah and I all decided to play a trick on Jay...hee, hee, hee. It’s too long to explain what it was.
Jay’s mom used to be the 3rd best female golfer in the world. She was coaching a junior golf camp that week and invited me to join in, so I did. It was three hours a day for four days. At the ...
Romar and Mikey made their way to Houston last night, and we spent today trying to decide if the contents of our suitcases were appropriate. We also made a trip to Jax for burgers and garlic fries (yum!) before heading to the airport. After an exhilarating shuttle ride and a smooth trip through security, we are patiently awaiting our call to board :) Auf Weidersehen 'Murica, Guten tag ...
... morning at 5am because the last thing we had heard was that we had a 7am jump. That ended up changing to 8am at some point and even then it wasn’t strict. Coffee and donuts awaited everyone in the home office as we all crossed our fingers and hoped our homes would drive the distance after sitting patiently all winter in the elements. I’m proud to announce that the IDRIS drove perfectly well with John behind the wheel and Griffin (our almost 13 year old cat) asleep in ...
... although it was broken up in part by a quick stop at a fudge shop, where we got chatting to our first real Texan (other than Micah of course!). We were very excited about the accent, and her frequent use of the term "Y'all". Moving on with our fudge, we made our way to a little place called Carter Ghost Town, near Fort Worth. It was a tiny place, only the church still standing of the original town. But we poked around, took some footage ...