Luxury Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the road. Sitting on my soaking wet sheepskin isn't as bad as it looks, it dries incredibly quickly. Have you ever seen a soggy sheep? I think not. I stopped for gas a bit later and while I was pumping the heavens opened up again so I was stuck there for about 30 minutes.
Twice more I drove through dry sections where even the pavement had dried and even saw the sun for maybe 5 minutes, but the system was made up of bands so it was only a matter ...
Well we are on our way to the hamster derby with Oreo and Brownie. They were born for this moment and have been training hard for this day. They are now fast asleep but will have to be woken up to run the race. The girls made banners to hold up and are super excited. The race results will be posted later. Well it was a great race. Placed on a squiggly track the hamsters raced in two heats. The ...
... site helped), I should have paid a little more attention to its location relative to the things we were going to want to do. It would have saved us a lot of time driving back and forth across Houston almost every day.
And there was lots to do...some of it even free. Once the weather warmed up we packed a picnic and went biking around Hermann Park and the local trail system. We took advantage ...
Our day started earlier than usual and louder than usual. About 1:30am it started pouring, not gentle rain gradually increasing in intensity, but BAM! Right from the start, thunder lightening, downpour in sheets and hail! This was the father of all thunderstorms and it lasted for at least two hours. The only thing missing was wind, but I'm just as glad no wind, because there were tornado warnings out and we truly did not want to be anywhere near ...
... from cloth you where in the desert to a blizzard. I am finally on the airplane, and the people are nice. It is scary when you first go up, but then you get use to it. The person sitting next to me was named Sarah. She was very nice, but did not know how to stay quiet, so I stared out the window and pretend that I was listening to her. We then went on our ...