Rodeway Inn & Suites Medical Center
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... capital, Reykjavik, on Thursday. Goodness! These Northern European words are going to be the death of me! We start our journey home at midnight (GMT) on Thursday (8/13) via Berlin and Newark arriving Houston IAH on Friday at 4:50pm CDT. Unfortunately, the weather is not looking too rosy over there. Copenhagen will be the warmest with highs in the mid 70s and lows around ...
After reading some friends' travel blog of their honeymoon trip and dining experiences on an app called TravelPod, I think I'm gonna give it a try. Why not? Electronic or paper? Why not both! I recently received a lovely Travel Journal from a friend that I just love, so my plans for this upcoming trip are to document ...
... that as they are quite useless, and could be just about anywhere in the Atlantic, it’s not worth the trouble or expense to fetch them back out.
Our tour guide was a guy named David Cisco, who has had an American dream sort of life; he was born into pretty severe poverty in the last 1940s to a mixed race couple (rather unusual at the time!) with five other children. He graduated from high school, but spent his teen ...
... should tip for that meal!
Parking space - every office block has a similar size car park out the front. In Texas everyone drives and a carpark for each employee is just part of the deal.
Car prices - as cars are much cheaper than Australia, public transport is not so important and therefore limited. For example, the car we are driving is a Nissan Pathfinder - the 2013 model in Australia is $68,990 compared ...
The thickness of a piece of paper is the depth that the Grand Canyon deepens per year. As a family, we came here 13 pieces of paper ago but I can't say I recognised the difference unfortunately. The canyon can be seen from space. This is not surprising as it is 446km long and in parts, 29km wide. It's 1600m down, two billion years old and to some it up, a hell of a lot of pieces of paper! Mum and Dad gave us (me) strict instruction not to climb down the steep ...