Red Roof Inn Houston - Energy Corridor
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... found a Lululemon and did a little shopping. Tami took me to get an english donut, (beignet) which is a must try. We took a little nap after that. After getting some much needed rest, we headed to Poppy's Crazy Lobster for some more local fare - red beans and rice for Tami and some gumbo for me. I swear there isn't enough time in the day for ...
Before leaving Memphis, we needed to do laundry... badly! While waiting for the washing machines to finish, we found a Ms. Pac-man game and I got to witness Tami's video game skills! After a drying/folding/packing session, we bounded down to New Orleans. After checking in, we spent a little time at the pool. Then we headed ...
... me, and these ones are really used to people feeding them so leap right up to the edge and half out the water. Ick. I don’t like touching them at work when their dead, let alone when they’re hungry and alive!
We had lunch in the Aquarium Restaurant, a little weird to be eating fish whilst watching fish… But the food was good, I enjoyed my Shrimp Pasta Alfredo very much and Alex seemed to enjoy his Flounder. There has been a ...
... got bigger and bigger. Mardi Gras is a festival that celebrates the last day before the sacrifices of Lent. Interesting, I thought.
Ron Guidry, Cy Young-Award winning pitcher for the Yankees, is Cajun.
It started raining just as we left the Lafayette Cultural Center, and it rained all the way from there to Houston--about 200 miles and 3.5 hours. We stopped at the Texas welcome center for a map, and encountered ...
... is bigger we found something that little ol' Perth had, even bigger!!
Anyways, we decided to go on a ride which was a glorified swing - $4 tickets per person. The kids were saying things like 'they're screaming and it's not even fast' - the tone of voice was dripping with contempt. So you can imagine their deadpan faces on the ride - not a glimmer of a smile, just a 'we're too cool for this sort of stuff' look. Having accused our kids of snobbery and ...