Sun Suites Of Houston-Hobby Airport
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- Pets allowed
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... a good sized bird flying nearby and tried to figure out what it was. Kinda looked like a pelican, but was too small and had no pouch. There were quite a few of these birds pacing the ship along with the seagulls. There were so many cargo ships (I counted 19 within sight at one time) and even the Colonel, a paddlewheel that passed VERY close to us.
Annette sat down in a lounge chair and when she glanced to the side saw a very funny little bird ...
... glass, textiles, and other decorative arts. It is a collection that takes your breath away. No pictures however.
The gardens were interesting although nothing was blooming. There was evidence of lots of azaleas, camellias, and spring daffodils, but most are gone now. But it is a quiet place in the middle of the city. We could see tall buildings all around, but didn’t hear much street ...
... 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 ...
... memories. And we are off again. We make another stop 2 hours later then it's none stop to our destination. Still not feeling anything but excitement until we pull into the bus terminal. I am looking around before I get off the bus but I can't see anyone I recognize. I want to get off the bus but scared too my legs begin to feel like jelly. I disembark as I walk round the back of the bus I see her, how could she not be a Flores. It reminded me of my last family visit ...
... doubtlessly saturated your Facebook news feeds with countless photos of mountains. Sorry about that, but the first rule of Whistler is tell everybody you're in Whistler. I had the pleasure of spending the last few months with some of my best friends, some very special people and countless couch surfers. Thanks everyone for making it a great time, and screw you Ullr for the poor snow. But regardless I wouldn't change a thing about my season. I got to do ...