Stacia Leigh Bed & Breakfast

Address: Pier 22, Galveston, Texas, 77550, United States | B&B
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A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi on Jul 27, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

Well, the day arrived and I was off with anticipation. I was going to do a VIP tour of NASA. My hosts and guides Gabe and David were amazing - especially Gabe The tour took 5 hours and I turned up at the Centre, was given my Pass and briefing.  The two guys met me there, and we were off.  Phase 1 - we looked at the Saturn rocket.  This thing is huge and I stood in ore at it- I could not believe that the 3 parts of the rocket are incompatible with one another, and ...

Today in Houston

A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi on Jul 27, 2015

Today I woke at 230 and could not get back to sleep. I fiddled around a bit on my computer and finally nodded off again. At 9 I decided to hit the town - well sort of. There are not too many shops here. Mostly Electronics and NASA, but I did manage to find a housing development that I waked around. That was kind of fun to look at the houses that they think are normal over here - they are massive. ...

Our Last Days on the Gulf of Mexico!

A travel blog entry by patry on May 07, 2013

3 comments, 19 photos

... for the night. They deserved a little fun in the pool before going to bed that night!

We woke up the next day to the sound of ....... horses? Setting up in the dark the night before we really didn't have a chance to get a look at our surroundings. We opened our curtain and saw at the edge of the campground was a beautiful field full of grazing horses. We laid there for awhile ...

Feb 15 - Rainforest Pyramid; Pelican Island

A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 15, 2012

2 comments, 5 photos

... and have stiff fins, so the guy took it off the hook and threw it to the pelicans. Well, what an ordeal. One pelican after the other tried to swallow this thing, but because it was so pokey, they couldn't get it to slide down. We felt so bad for them - it seemed like the fish was getting caught in their pouch skin and we were afraid they were having trouble. But they would half spit it out and try again, so we knew they were just being stubborn. :oP


Chainsaws and Fibreglass

A travel blog entry by malbet on Feb 02, 2011

1 comment, 66 photos

... been such devastation, but there are painful reminders of the destruction still left.

At the visitors centre in Kemah the lady in charge told us about the number of oak trees that had been destroyed on Galveston Island and how they have been given a new lease of life because their stumps have been carved by chainsaw artists – yes right up Malc’s street of course! (She also told us how her daughter had gone to England ...

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