La Quinta Inn & Suites Houston Clay Road
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... and his hair looked much better! After getting back to the hostel, we had left over meat from last night so we had fajitas again. After showers and a relax, off to bed we went!!
Today we had a full on LAZY day! I'll keep it short and sweet. We just spent the day sat by the pool at the hostel and planned some of our motorhome trip. It was fun, we booked about 4-5 nights of campsites so we felt much better knowing we had somewhere to drive ...
... child-friendly - lots of touch and handle exhibits. We were able to touch a baby alligator and a small snake, look at stuffed turkey vultures and other birds of prey and see the amazing diversity of dragon flies that have been seen in the Park (50+). Something I was entranced by was a hummingbird nest complete with two tiny eggs - it was so small. The eggs were each the size of two peas and the nest was about the size of half a hen's egg - something ...