The Inn at 1816 Postoffice

Address: 1816 Postoffice, Galveston, Texas, 77550, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1816 Postoffice, Galveston, is near The Seawall, Moody Mansion Museum, Galveston Island Railroad Museum and Terminal, and 1877 Tall Ship ELISSA.
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Travel Blogs from Galveston

A day of rest

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 06, 2015

... walk on the beech and explored the marshes. I went in my T-shirt and walked briskly as it was still cool but I wanted a bit of sun. Lots of interesting shells and bits of flotsam to see. The sky is so vast here as everything is so low with few palm ...

Winding my way along the Mississippi Delta

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 05, 2015

... to it being here. My introduction to Texas.
Took two free ferries to get over waterways. A great change of pace and I saw lots of huge tankers, birds galore and a pod of dolphins feeding in the bay!
In Galveston I had a Cajan catfish, oyster and shrimp dinner looking out at the water as the sun went down. Camped in the back of my truck at the Galveston State Park.
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Livin' on Island Time!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Dec 05, 2014

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   A great spot - right on Stewart Beach.  Windy and cool, but still a fun place to be at $43/night.    Heard from the front desk that "The Spot" is a great place to eat, so we went there the first night and found fabulous Happy Hour Specials - great apps @$6.00 (oysters for Greg, ...

Home again, home again

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Nov 24, 2013

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... he would be just a few minutes away.

Finally at around 10:00 we were able to disembark to go through customs. The terminal is a huge open warehouse type place. The line is long; all of the checked luggage is bunched together by the original disembarkation times. Once we got to the baggage areas, it was fairly easy for the others to find their luggage. I stayed with them even though I had all of my luggage with me. I didn't want to risk losing them ...

Disembarkation

A travel blog entry by txladyjan on Mar 09, 2013

... no disappointments, just ready for the next cruise. Found our luggage quickly then waited in line to get through customs. Slow moving. Finally we are ready to catch to shuttle to our car and head home. Took a grand total of one hour from the time we left the dining room to the time we got to our car. Not bad considering over 3000 people were trying to do the same. Now to plan the next cruise - ...