Holiday Inn Express Houston East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... it goes downhill quickly. Our 2 stops in Norway will run from mid 30s to mid 60s with 60%-70% chance of rain. The Faroe Islands and Iceland are very similar with temps ranging from mid 40s to mid 50s with 60% chance of rain. Hoping for quick showers and not an ongoing drizzle! Geography lesson: a fjord is a long, narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs, created by glacial ...
... on TravelPod using my iPad while traveling and then jot down the highlights in my "old school" version when I get home. After all, there's still nothing better than the handwritten word...in my opinion! To make life easier with so much typing, I purchased a keyboard for my iPad. It sure makes for a heavier ...
... a solo homer in the bottom of the 8th, and were able to close it out in the 9th. It was an exciting game. So the Astros won their tenth straight game and completed a shutout of the Mariners.
About the third inning they announced that former president George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara were at the game. We looked down and could see them sitting in the first row of the field level, directly below us.
... heat again compared to the other two cities in Texas. The rain had cooled the air but not enough! The pool was lovely, we got there in time for the sun to come between the buildings, the pool was green which was a little strange but we jumped in anyways and it was freezing! the jacuzzi was boiling though! We stayed there till around 8 and then went and got some food and beer and stayed in our suite all night and chilled, it was really nice not to go out and just relax in the apartment. ...
... cone serving.
The actual rodeo commenced at 6.45pm and we got to the stadium a little early to take in the scene. The stadium seats 80,000 people and despite the fact that we were about two thirds of the way back from the actual arena, we had a clear view.
The night began with prayer by one of the competing cowboys, followed by a rendition of The Star Spangled Banner, by someone notable, concluding with fireworks to make it even more spectacular. ...