Residence Inn Houston by The Galleria
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... with the gator instead of the crabs! I won't say the place was a hit, but I definitely enjoyed the bread and think it was just a case of off-season crabs. After lunch, Zach and I headed for Johnson Space Center or the Houston in "Houston, we have a problem." I don't know about all of you, but I like space, so even though I had been to Kennedy Space Center a couple of weeks ago, it was a totally different experience for ...
... math teacher.... The wedding will be in New Jersey, and they'll be a tiny road trip from NJ to Texas... But our real trip, and reason for making this blog is our honeymoon.
When I moved from NJ to Texas in July 2012, we road tripped up the east coast, and stopped in exciting places like Shenandoah National Park and the Great Smokey Mountains... So for our honeymoon, we've decided to continue our road trip tradition, and we're traveling up the west coast ...
... a full 12-14 hours that we went, non-stop. Who would ever have thought that 300 square feet motorhome could have held so much STUFF!
We got back here to our park at Lake Conroe around 5ish, got set up, and were too exhausted to even shower and go out for dinner. Finally decided I could manage to make fried eggs and sausage, which tasted fabulous at ...
... br> Anyway, my mind set on this layover is "SHOPPING and Eating Mexican food." Of all the US destinations that we fly to i bid for Houston first because a friend from the Philippines is now living in Texas and promised that she will meet me if I go there and will accompany me shopping. Oww! :) shopping ofcourse! Unfortunately something came up from her side so i didnt get to meet her.
So me and the other Filipina crew i was flying with just ...
... regulations. Zoning effectively acts as a supply restriction, and if demand exceeds supply the price must rise. In 2008 only 4% of Houston’s homes were in foreclosure compared to 11.5% in Florida and 14.4% in California.
Okay, okay, now you know what bored economists do. Back to my non-economist activity – watching Broadchurch on my computer. :)
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