Staybridge Suites Houston-Willowbrook
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... br> Lunch: Goode’s Barbecue for Texas style barbecue (brisket). Yum-yum! Brisket, cole slaw, Texas toast with jalapeños, and beans. Jim had pinto beans with jalapeños while Barbara had Austin style baked beans (beans, pork belly, pieces of brisket, red bell peppers, onions and apples-what a surprise). Both were delicious.
Next we thought we’d shop at the Galleria Mall. Big mistake! ...
... we pulled into the turn lane. There were 3 lanes going into the center and only one gate open. They need help here!! Twenty minutes later we got through the gate to the parking lot. There were lots of school groups, most very well behaved. It was the kids with families that seemed to run everywhere like wild children. Oh well!
We took one trolley tour to the training facilities. Mostly ...
... took notes and said all would be handled.
That was not what happened. It took several different calls and emails to the company to finally get the issue resolved. Word of advice: NEVER LEAVE THE COUNTER WITHOUT A RECEIPT!!!
Had more family visits in Austin and even managed to get in a trip out to McKinney Falls to spend one night there before heading back to Llano to regroup and head to Santa Fe.
... doubt there will be lots of degradation. The engine room was off limits as it was under major restoration to sure up the engine mounts and support structures. On my exit from the ship I find out the huge monument across the road was for the battle of San Jacinto. A battle I was aware of but had not sought to find. I drove over and have a look.
Texas was originally a part of Mexico but as Americans moved west, they started to colonise Texas territory. All was ...