IAH (KIAH)

George Bush Intercontinental Houston Airport
Houston, Texas, United States

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Get my lover back, I need my ex back, guaranteed love spell

Lost and depressed, I spent days and nights crying for hours over my ex. I prayed for a total changed mind and a softened heart towards him. All I wanted was for us to reconcile and have a beautiful union filled with honesty, love, sex, trust, transparency, understanding, support, devotion and soul connections.

I wanted us to be united in mind, body, soul, spirit and heart.

Most importantly I wanted us to make good on the promises we made each other to grow old together and to have a healthy relationship and trust for each other.

The truth is he is the only man I have ever been in love with and I would rather be single for the rest of my life if I can’t be with him.

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The outcome of the spell was special and surprising, my ex communicated with me openly again after several months, he shared his thoughts and emotions with me. We are currently enjoying the dividend of Dr. Wakina love and prosperity spell.

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Spacey and pleasant airport

This is surprisingky the better of the US international airports. Plenty of space nice restaurants, good music.

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C gate -dirty

Stained carpets, crumbs on floor, metal floor joints look like they have never been wiped, C24 is a messy germ fest at 6am on a Monday. Does anyone clean here? Gross!!!

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Quick visit

I changed planes here last Saturday on a long, multi-leg United Airlines trip from Geneva to Tucson. I didn't have much time to look around, but it wasn't too long a walk to my connection, and I had a chance to buy a smoothie on the way. Most food places were still open Saturday evening, which was nice.

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International terminal (D) renovations

The international terminal, terminal D, is getting $25M worth of renovations, including moving sidewalks, a new explosives-screening system, additional gates, and new restaurants and shops:

http://blogs.usatoday.com/sky/2008/01/airport-check-5.html


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