Monday, January 27, 2020

Lunch at Cyclone Anaya's & Hermann Park

Another day spent here in Houston as we await Baby Jude's arrival.  For lunch, we went to Cyclone Anaya's Mexican Kitchen.

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Cyclone Anaya was a wrestler, originally from Mexico, who made his home in the United States.  He and his wife Carolina later opened a restaurant in 1966 using her homemade recipes.  It's very family-friendly and very delicious food.  They do have a lunch menu, but I have a favorite dish already just from our couple of times here.

Sculpture outside the restaurant

Jumbo Lump Crabmeat Nachos (Half Order)

After lunch, we decided to enjoy the beautiful weather and took a walk around Hermann Park.  Parking and entrance are free, so this makes a great activity for anyone on a budget and for people of all ages.

We thought of our boys and how much they would have loved
the pigeons flying around

Japanese Garden

Inside the Japanese Garden

Turtles sunbathing

Train that goes around the park

To finish off our day, we had to make a stop at Target to get a few necessities, then back to the apartment to unload and relax for the remainder of the day.  

In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, we watched the movie Schindler's List.  I've never seen it before, but what a moving story.  The horrors and tragedies that happened during that time period are unspeakable.  

 Looks like we will be staying in tonight and cooking chili for dinner.

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