Days Inn & Suites Houston North/FM 1960
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Today we had an off day. We were supposed to work 7-10:30, but another couple who didn't have a job relieved us for our shift. It was really nice of them, but we also messed up. FMCA is serving breakfast each morning. We had decided last night that we would get up early and go into breakfast, so I set the alarm for 5:30. The alarm went off and we stayed in bed for a while. About 6 I got up and asked Bob if he wanted to ...
Our main reason for being in Houston was to visit the Johnson Space Center (JSC). We arrived at 10am and got a spot right by the entrance, because there were not many people there. We immediately jumped on the site tour. First stop was the actual ground control center used for the 60s to 80s rocket launches. The current ground control center is one floor down. Second stop on the tour was a building where they are developing vehicles and ...
... Rick Allen as the bands own wounded warrior. Before he does this, however, Joe gives a small speech about supporting the Wounded Warrior Project. In the speech he usually says that both Def Leppard and KISS hired a roadie for the tour "and they're doing a hell of a job backstage." Tonight the speech went a little differently. This time instead of saying he's got a veteran working in the back, he directed the crowd attention to me at the main house cam, where I ...
Sam was the only one who actually finished his dessert and when you consider that his was the size of a 1kg block of cheese, you'll appreciate this was quite some feat.
Mase had a chocolate mousse layer cake, Mum had lime tart, Jo had sorbet, Matt and Sam had the chocolate tower and I had carrot cake. Dad Linden had self-control!
Mase's comment after this meal was 'now we know why the people are bigger in Texas ...
... animals; a shark, a dolphin, and a crocodile. We also got pineapple and passion fruit smoothies, and got back on the road. This was the place to see crocodiles on the riverbanks, but we had already done that. Finally, at 12:15, we pulled up at the airport. Joseas dropped us off and we headed into the terminal. In Costa Rica, you have to pay an exit tax to leave the country. Not to get in, but to leave. We ...