La Quinta Inn Houston Wilcrest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So how to begin a proper travel blog? I'm not actually sure, and to be honest I've criticized such endeavors in the past (in pursuit of social media acknowledgement that is!) but now I find myself "blogging"... Weird. I generally don't care for the extravanganza of social media and the frenzied feast in which such actions ensue- I just want to use this opportunity to preserve this trip, and to categorize and share it with close friends. I ...
Even after planning and packing and cramming last-minute luggage and going through airport security and having to throw away a forgotten pocket knife, it still feels unreal that we will be on another continent in just 14 hours. With the stresses of preparation over, the only concerns on my mind are wishing I'd packed better as I watch the luggage being literally thrown onto conveyer belts. So my distractions as I wait to board are sipping a chai latte, people ...