The place I was going was closed when I got there, as I was early. I stood in front, watching House Finches, Blue Jays, European Starlings and a Northern Mockingbird play in the small trees overhead. My business matter lasted from the morning into the late afternoon. I went for lunch to El Tiempo, which someone called the best Mexican place in Houston. I liked its old-fashioned feel. I felt I had been there before, but it may just be that I have been to places like El Tiempo in other cities. Every city in Texas, more or less, has at least one old-time, well-done Tex-Mex place like that place.
When I finished my work, I caught a cab to the hotel where my bus would depart at 7:30 p.m. I checked my bags with the hotel. Then I walked across the way to Pappas BBQ. I like the way that downtown Houston is a bit like a larger-city downtown, with some activity. I liked my BBQ turkey. I went back to the hotel, caught my bus, and am riding back home now. I will not get to my house until a bit after midnight, but I enjoy the comfort of the bus, I like lots of leg-room and easy wi-fi.
breakfast: scrambled eggs and fruit
lunch ;2 soft chicken verde tacos, tortilla chips, refried beans
dinner: turkey BBQ, ranch beans, green beans
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