Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Houston West-Energy Corridor
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Did not get to update last night, Anji caught the stomach flu Monday night and we were up from 4am as she was vomiting every 15-20 minutes til we started her on Vofran after doctor appointment. Tuesday not very productive. Today I caught up on sleep in the morning. Got car washed and vacuumed, pulled out luggage. Hope to start packing thursday so I can load the car Friday ...
Excitingly stressful getting ready for any trip, especially a roadtrip with a 2 & 6 year old. Anji picked out her traveling toys, Ipod and android tablets updated but cannot locate Anji's headphones. Watching weather forecast since last week and generally 40-60 degrees with a chance of 70s 1st day in Branson and on way back ...
... Turns out she had brought Heinz beans though so we had beans on toast emulating a little piece of Britain in Houston on our last night here.
Tomorrow Alex and Ruth are off to Denver, and they leave before seven AM so we said our goodbyes before bed. Hayley and I are off to Fort Worth for two nights on the way to my Aunt and Uncle’s in Oklahoma and don’t have to leave till midday so we stayed up and watched the Oscars 2015 on ...
... to requirements. After that we did another tour which was the astronaut training facility and the work-space for the engineers. All of this was just fascinating and I hope you all enjoy the pictures of the real continued daily occurrences of space travel and the building all of it comes from. After NASA we headed to camp for a spectacular tea by my team ...
... for the rest. We'd eaten very little all day (except Matt) in anticipation of a big Texan bbq and were feeling pretty hungry, so headed to the food zone. Our 'guides' introduced us to the beef kebabs - succulent pieces of beef, interspersed with zucchini, sweet pepper and onion - amazing. There were also chicken kebabs, massive turkey drumsticks approx. 20-25cm in length which had the bony end wrapped in a napkin and people ate as they walked around - unique! ...