Hyatt Market Street, The Woodlands
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... and at the end tear your hair out frustrating. Massive amounts of traffic, horrendous air quality and every 5 miles or so, they have a toll booth and they rob you of $3.50 each time ($1.75 for our baby and $1.75 for the trailer)...We got robbed three times before we finally hit the hotel outside the airport and that was only 1/4 around the city. Can't even imagine if you had to go ...
Never in a thousand years, long ago, would I have imagined leaving beautiful Colorado to begin a career in Texas. Fast forward years later, plus a love of Texas, and the next big adventure is knocking on my door.
In exactly one week, Mike and I will be relocating to Dubai, in the United Arab ...
Eagles' sore overhead while the cattle in the next paddock spend their day grazing, and listening to me playing music. Well I think they are listening and seem to be enjoying it. Each afternoon, the owner of the cattle would come into the Park, honk his horn and the
Herd would follow his truck down the fence line where he would supplement their grazing with some type of ...
... we went down to the pool. On weekends, they have lots of fun activities down by the pool. Activities also run on weekdays but they aren’t as fun. First we swam and went on the water slides until the activities started. I won limbo so I got a free smoothie. We also got face paint, entered in a hula-hoop competition, got some cool balloons, played giant Jenga, made a puppet, made and ate S’mores. As well as all ...
... I've taken so far have changed my life in a dramatic way. From the very first skydive to my last, from every single camping trip I've been to (best and worst of them) and each day trip in between, I never went home regretting that I went. I can't stand the idea of staying home doing the same thing over and over. I'm a big believer of cause and effect; what you get out of this life is determined by what you put into it. Stay tuned for more...once I'm finally on the ...