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... spend a few hours with them and we had supper at Outback together, then we had to leave.
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... jacuzzi all afternoon from around 3 until 8. We decided to go downstairs and get a bite to eat out we went to a little cafe which was Indian/pizza it was a little weird but nice and mello. There are so many homeless people around, everywhere! I knew it was a problem over here but it's gone way beyond my imagination of the actual amount there is! They are on every corner near enough. After food strolled back to the hotel, watched the news for a little and checked our bags out. New Orleans ...
... there are no nerve endings there) stood up in our saddle and lent forward to help the horse carry our weight up the hill. After the ride we called the taxi man that we had on the here, we got his business card because it was easier than asking another taxi driver and them not knowing where to go because it was a little off the beaten track. He took us back to the food factory, we could see the bus down the road and we knew if we didn't make it it would be an hour wait on the stop ...
... housing subdivisions. After a short picnic break parked at the beach we were headed inland for the 2 hr drive in to Houston, nothing interesting on that drive except for some massive refinery operations. By 2 pm we had made our way into town, ably assisted by Emily, our GPS machine, to the Menil Fine Art gallery. We had been advised to go there by a friend of Pat's. It is a beautiful modern, purpose built building in a quiet ...