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This morning it was a short jaunt to the French Quarter where we found a one of the few legal parking spots across from our destination, Café du Monde. The French Quarter and the café were packed. We had café ole and beignets that were worth the trouble of getting Matt’s wheel chair through an ADA disaster of an old building to get to a table with a ...
... for other parts of the world, it also made us realize how much we love and value our home in Houston. We're really excited to be back in Houston (less excited to go back to work on Monday) and we're already thinking about next year's international trip. Not sure exactly where we'll go or what we'll do, but we promise to go somewhere new to experience new things and enjoy more quality time ...
... Not exactly a legal park but at this hour, I'm sure no one would care. I walk to the monument, at first I struggled to find the entrance, but I then found they had a back gate open. No one was there except for those setting up. The twang of the Australian Accent could be heard from organises. I just stood off to the side and waited patiently.
People started to trickle in slowly. Some wore medals, one was in an Australian Army uniform. Maybe two dozen people ...
I'm sitting in Exit Row Seat 20C aboard United Airlines Flight 1490, a Boeing 737-800 from San Jose, Costa Rica, to Houston, Texas. My brother, Justin, is sitting to my left in Seat 20A at the left window. My mom is seated across the aisle in 20D. We have the entire Exit Row 20 to ourselves, which is making for a comfy flight.
Got up at 8:40 a.m. at our hotel in San Jose and joined Mom at the breakfast buffet downstairs near the pool. I especially enjoyed the ...
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