Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Waller
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while other nights will be determined based on how far we get along the road. Tammi and Drew will join us for portions of the trip and we look forward to picking them up in Philadelphia in about a week.
This is our first long trip in the Tesla and we're looking forward to figuring out how we can maximize our range between charging stops and excited to meet other Tesla owners to swap stories along the road.
We'll rely mostly on the ...
... well as a 74 year old! There was no pre show and no interval - he just sang for a couple of hours and covered most of his favourites. The band were excellent and the lighting etc was really good. For some songs the screen behind him showed some old home movies of him and his family when he was a youngster growing up in Brooklyn, they really added some atmosphere to the songs. He certainly hasn't changed much in his look since a young boy. All up a great night out in ...
Flight to Houston was a bit bumpy and they kept us in our seats most of the way. At least it was fine when we landed and we had an uneventful ride back to Mike and Fran's place. Nice as always to get to their house, Jake was home and we had a good time catching up ...
The weekend came to a close too soon, Monday arrived and it was time
to head home to Houston. Logan had a phone conference at Jackson Lake
Lodge, so Ashley and I had breakfast and did some shopping while we
waited for him. Before going to the airport we drove around so I could
take some pictures of the beautiful mountains. It'll be nice to be home
again, but I'm sure going to miss the kids and the cooler ...
... seats. I came to think of this as the "Big Boys' Cabin." Nearly everyone there were males of rather ample proportions. Some looked like they had played high school linebacker. A few were wearing really large work boots. That's when I realized these were probably the oil workers, moving between North Sea, *****ian, and Gulf platforms. Not quite in the ranks to be provided business class, the new comfort class afforded them the room they so clearly needed. The fact was that ...