What a dreary sight out our window. Fingers crossed that the rain here won’t delay our departures, and that the snow back home will not delay our arrival home. It’s nice to have a car service, so we don’t have to worry about driving. We do need to worry that our driver will stay on the road, and that no one rams into us. Fingers and toes crossed!
We got on the tram to the gates. Steve successfully picked the right tram to go on. If we picked mine, we might still be circling the terminals! Just kidding, it would have been only a few more stops. After dropping off our bags we found the signs for TSA pre-check and off we went. We did have a complaint that the TSA pre check sign was not very visible, but we successfully found the entrance anyway. Once again, only one or two people ahead of us in line. Here is a statue of President George HW Bush.
That’s our hotel! Glad we got to use underground trams instead of walking and walking.
We passed by a bar in the terminal. I hope this doesn’t give CB any ideas! Although I looked closely and it seemed many bottles were repeats. It still was impressive!
For breakfast we couldn’t find Ruby’s, so we had breakfast at Cat Cora’s Restaurant. I think that she is on the food network.
Steve had scrambled eggs, that he liked very much.
I was debating between the waffle and the fried eggs. The waffle has whipped marscapone on it, so I got the eggs. I do not like mascarpone at all. The breakfast was tasty. The coffee was burnt and thin.
We had found our gate prior to breakfast and then returned to sit there for an hour before our boarding to La Guardia.
We were not sure if we would have delays on our trip home as there was snow in the New York area. There were rumors that we would have a 2.5 hour delay. That was not going to be fun!
We were off! Goodbye Houston airport, you can hold a lot of cars in your parking lots! Yummy warm nuts. I watched the Mr. Roger’s movie. It made me cry. Lunch was the macaroni and cheese with grilled chicken. It was no better this time around. There was snow on the ground. I think this was a cemetery. We ended up landing right on time. We also didn’t have to wait for our luggage, as it had flown out on the earlier morning flight!
It took us longer than expected on the drive home, but no one ran into us, and our driver didn’t run into anyone so it was all okay.
I hope you enjoyed our trip to Belize and back!
Did you vote for George HW Bush?
Do you watch the Food Network?
Do you make home made macaroni and cheese?