Carefree Inn Houston Medical Center
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We traveled to Spring, TX (near Houston) on Wednesday the 27th to prep for our big Friend-giving!!! Holly and Taerik Berry joined us at Kyle and Christy Scott's home for a holiday away from home. It was such a blast! We prepared turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, rolls, ...
The traffic starts early in Houston judging by the amount of cars that were travelling down the street of our motel at 5.30am. It was going to be another warm day. I had slept on and off all night, and I guess this was because I was still recovering from New Orleans two days ago. It was another warm day, so I pulled out the trusty i-pad and started looking for things to do today. We have developed a routine to our day which includes finding a place for brunch each day ...
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... his surrender and the independence of Texas as a nation. He was released months later to fulfil his agreement.
Enough on the background. I drove over there and looked in the monument. There was lots of artefacts from the battlefield and history on the event. The battlefield area was large. Even an enormous remembrance pool like the one in Washington DC led from the road to the monument. I left the monument and walked into the scrub where the Mexicans were ...
Walked to a little bakery for breakfast this morning and had wonderful streudal. Walked to Mathias church, the funicular, and the President's house. We visited the hospital in the rock. This hospital was used during World War II to treat the German and Hungarian soldiers. It is built into the side of the mountain under the old castle. Homes on the hill had a cave system under them where they used to store food and wine. They decided to connect these abandon caves ...