Super 8 Houston Hobby Airport South
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Did not get to update last night, Anji caught the stomach flu Monday night and we were up from 4am as she was vomiting every 15-20 minutes til we started her on Vofran after doctor appointment. Tuesday not very productive. Today I caught up on sleep in the morning. Got car washed and vacuumed, pulled out luggage. Hope to start packing thursday so I can load the car Friday ...
... springs all the way down to Houston. Prepared clothing list last night using Google Notes for 1st time for quick thoughts. 4 page detailed list for whole family in Word doc. Starting packing organic non-perishable food items and finished mapping route using Yahoo Map. Found Travelpod, setup trip details and posted blog entry. Yeh ...
... with catfish. But, it is surrounded by grass and bushes!
Saturday is a gray, drizzly and breezy kind of day. Not complaining, though. It is in the high 60s and I decide that this is the day to declare my Summer winter of 2015 and don capris and sandals for the first time. Feels good! We go for a ride around the area and decide it does not have anything to write home about. From what we can see, it has seen better days ...
... 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 ...