Days Inn and Suites Houston Hobby Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Excitement and over-fatigue conspired to keep me from getting a good night's sleep, but I was still up at the crack of the Houston dawn to get this vacation STARTED already!
When we stepped out of the hotel, we saw a giant motorized shopping cart with seats to shuttle folks to the Fuddruckers restaurant.
We skipped breakfast, and hitched a ride to Sunset Body works here in the downtown area for our luxury pedicure. We enjoyed some ...
... Houston is very bad on Saturday. I’d hate to see it during the week. Well, the Galleria Mall parking is all in parking decks with a maximum height of 8’6". We’re too big so we just got back on I-610 and came home. I guess people only drive their cars to the Galleria. Jim did a great job driving, but I was having a nervous breakdown. I just couldn’t live in a city this big with this much traffic. ...
... Control was rained out so we missed it.
We saw moon rocks, pictures of all the astronaut teams, space suits, rocket engines, etc. We watched 2 really good films. The first was about the history of the space program with lots of good film clips. The second was a new film about the future of space exploration. It was on the largest giant screen in Texas and was an excellent film about the future ...
... can cook the steaks for dinner. After we finished exploring the house and its surroundings we jumped in the cars and headed to the ranch to meet the people there and organise activities for the next day. The lady (cannot remember her name) gave us directions to the nearest Wal-Mart and some saddle stores to get some cowboy get up so we looked the part.
First stop was the saddle shop, she had told us it wasn't too expensive, but obviously her standards were a little different ...
... his check-in, I went to a bank to exchange the 200 pesos ($40.73) I had remaining for dollars or euros. The clerk didn’t speak much English but indicated they would not buy back the pesos. WTF? I’ve never run into this anywhere in the world. How bizarre. There was a line of people waiting to buy pesos. I sold 100-peso notes to two people for $20 each, happy to get $40 back for my unused pesos.
After Mike completed check-in, we went through a ...