The St. Regis Houston
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... Seņora in the seat behind us ( bingo C27! ) began whimpering and crying out. After several visits from United officials It was determined she would need medical attention and needed to be returned to the gate. She was either having a major anxiety attack or possibly just wasn't ready to go home yet...not really sure which. Oh, and by the way we will have to wait a bit while they try and find her luggage stowed away in the cavernous hole of a few hundred ...
Yesterday, I tried to fix my stay at a guest ranch in the Texas Hill Country. However, the ranch of my choice is closed for a week due to a family wedding. I have checked for alternatives, but I either do not like the ranch or it is way too expensive. Therefore, I will jump on a horse in New Mexico or Arizona. Naturewise I will like those states better anyways.
So, this forenoon I will hop in a bus to San Antonio. Jan 29th in the evening, I will fly to El Paso.
Oh my goodness! What a night! 8 girls in 1 room coming and going at any time of the night. Making loud noises, putting the light on, snorring crazy, clogging the toilet, jumping around in the upper bunk, very limited respect. Under these circumstances I had my difficulties catching sleep. Am I getting too old for a dorm?
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... Houston, TX to Seattle, WA. The bikes are traveling by road, thanks Brian for arranging the shipping of our trusty steeds that will carry us around 3,000 miles over the next 7 days. From Seattle to Whistler, Canada and then down to Tiajuana, Mexico. I would say this is a once-in-a-lifetime trip but we are also planning a riding tour of the Alps, but that is another story. So this is considered part One of a once-in-a-lifetime ...
... Then you turn to the 'serve your own' meal section - firstly fresh fruit, vegies and salads, variety of soups, hot foods and every type of olive or cheese you could want. You box up whatever foods you want and pay by weight. A little further along is the wine tasting bar and an assortment of wines, cheeses, cold meats, nuts, cookies, slices and desserts.
The first aisle you walk through is bread and take-away meals and salads, then another aisle dedicated ...