Holiday Inn Express Sugar Land
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the groom Mickey ears.
I forgot we were going to Crater Lake until I was typing up the itinerary and saw we were going there on July 4th, and of course every single accommodation was booked, but I managed to get us an accommodation at a KOA that's maybe 40 minutes from Crater Lake.
We've bought our tent, sleeping bags, a camping table, cots,and camping chairs, that may end up staying at home, on our ...
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... down the obligatory Christmas store for Hayley so that’s where we went first. We dropped Alex off at a comic store then went into a rather swanky neighbourhood where someone had turned a house into a Christmas store. We had to ring the bell to be let in and everything! The whole ground floor was decked out with Christmas ornaments, even the kitchen which was full of food based decorations and lots of gingerbread men! I ...
... and hit the road towards Houston.
I drove for a bit over two hours then decided to stop, randomly pulling over at the Atchafalaya Welcome Center. Hands down, the best welcome centre we’ve been in so far! It was amazing! They had a little set up with animals and a voice track saying stereotypical southern things, and then a door opens to the side and you can watch a four minute movie about ...
... more near 2 hours as most all the freeways seemed to be closed. For safety it was great they were closed...but then there were no hints of a detour or how you could possibly get anywhere. Thankfully we had the GPS and did some serious zigzagging on quiet back roads to Sugar Land, TX.
We spent the freezing afternoon chilling out and grabbed lunch at a wannabee Brit pub/restaurant called "Baker Street" Chris pointed out that no English ...