Days Inn and Suites Houston Hobby Airport
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... lbs to lose! Jim has made the rounds to every snack shop, vending machine and restaurant in the area to try to bribe her with anything she even sounds slightly interested in. He showed up Wednesday morning to her room with a package of Chinese dumplings and homemade Chinese noodles and beef. It's really the only thing she's eaten since ...
... salad, tomato soup and all the free bread and jam you care to eat! I was so happy Tad and the girls loved the meal. Katie and Annie devoured the salad -- a first for them! The hotel is owned by the same folks as the Embassy in Austin. Identical floor plan, and the swans at this hotel are the parents of the swans in Austin! This time Brynn didn't drop the phone in the pond, though. Slept really soundly all ...
... Additionally, I have gotten over some of the shyness I had last year and had six weeks, rather than three, to interact with everyone. I learned more from the staff and was close enough to other volunteers to discuss the archaeology of our grid with them. We hypothesized and debated about our ideas on the space, which helped to open our minds to other ideas and consider different opinions. It made for a wonderful learning environment. I also ...
... a black Chevy of some sort. We can fit everything in including our baggage so nothing to complain about. I rode with Mike and Nicole, Blake went with Matt and Nicci. After a few wrong turns and getting a little lost we got on the right path to our destination with Blake as navman for the drive. We had a stop off at Wal-Mart to get some food for our darling little house as we would be cooking for the next couple of days. The drive took about 1.5-2 hours as we made our way from ...
Our taxi departed Aspen Square Hotel at 6:30 p.m. We took a bizarre route zigzagging through the city. There are piles of garbage all along the streets. Did the rubbish collectors go on strike? At 7:06, more than half an hour after leaving, we were stuck in traffic on a narrow cobblestone street: Bacacay at San Nicolas. There's only one traffic lane and two parking lanes. Is this really the fastest way to the airport? I’m getting seriously impatient.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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