Holiday Inn Houston Southwest-Hwy 59S @ Beltway 8
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... Houston is very bad on Saturday. I’d hate to see it during the week. Well, the Galleria Mall parking is all in parking decks with a maximum height of 8’6". We’re too big so we just got back on I-610 and came home. I guess people only drive their cars to the Galleria. Jim did a great job driving, but I was having a nervous breakdown. I just couldn’t live in a city this big with this much traffic. ...
... Control was rained out so we missed it.
We saw moon rocks, pictures of all the astronaut teams, space suits, rocket engines, etc. We watched 2 really good films. The first was about the history of the space program with lots of good film clips. The second was a new film about the future of space exploration. It was on the largest giant screen in Texas and was an excellent film about the future ...
... I will still get pictures of the baby while away though (hint, hint)! 2. My baby sister turns 21 in March! All grown up but forever my baby sister. I will be very sad to miss Kate's birthday (correction - my half birthday), though I'm sure she won't remember all that much of it. (Is Vegas still happening this summer??) 3. Both of Eric's daughters have birthdays in March, so missing theirs as well. I would not have seen them regardless, but still like ...
So how to begin a proper travel blog? I'm not actually sure, and to be honest I've criticized such endeavors in the past (in pursuit of social media acknowledgement that is!) but now I find myself "blogging"... Weird. I generally don't care for the extravanganza of social media and the frenzied feast in which such actions ensue- I just want to use this opportunity to preserve this trip, and to categorize and share it with close friends. I ...
... regulations. Zoning effectively acts as a supply restriction, and if demand exceeds supply the price must rise. In 2008 only 4% of Houston’s homes were in foreclosure compared to 11.5% in Florida and 14.4% in California.
Okay, okay, now you know what bored economists do. Back to my non-economist activity – watching Broadchurch on my computer. :)
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