Residence Inn Houston Northwest/Willowbrook
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... salmon tartare and I had a ceasar salad with two huge anchovie filets reclining immodestly across it. We both had steak that was cooked to perfection and so big neither of us could finish. Great service and lovely food.
By 9:00 it seemed almost balmy outside so we took a little walk (Annette’s Misfit shows we walked 3.4 miles today) and then felt so proud of it we went to the Garden Café for soft serve ice cream.
Can’t wait for ...
... bore her name, Ima Hogg, with grace and dignity. She was a great collector and philanthropist who turned over her house and decorative arts collection to the art museum in the 1970s. It's a huge house where each room is decorated in the style and form of a different time period in American history from Colonial to mid-1900th century. It’s an outstanding collection of only the very best of ...
... 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 ...
We had a bit of a rest and sit down before we headed down to the lake to fish. On our way there we tried some Skoal chewing tobacco. It was dissssgusting. We had mint flavour and i think i last 5 seconds. We were told not to try the Copenhagen snuff as it is super strong. Second cast and i caught a fish. Woohoo! I still have it. Mike was the first to catch a fish and sadly those were the only two we caught. We have ...
... medical school yesterday. Justin will see her again next week when Silvia attends a medical convention in New Orleans. In May, Silvia and Justin will move to Boston for Silvia’s second internship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Mom, Justin, and I queued up to pay the Costa Rica departure tax of $29 (14,500 colones), which can be paid in U.S. dollars, colones, or by credit card. Paying by card seems like a bad idea because signs warned that ...