Travel Blogs from Houston, United States

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More madness on the busses & Joe's party, Houston, United States travel blog

More madness on the busses & Joe's party

A travel blog entry by mikeandtrace

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We hopped on a bus to go to the shopping district of Houston today.......little did we know that the bus was a place where a fair bit of trade, charity and general generosity took place. At first we were offered some blueberries by a complete stranger ...

Passage à Houston..., Houston, United States travel blog

Passage à Houston...

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

...pour déguster un fort bon sandwich avant de reprendre la ...

Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston

A travel blog entry by passionfruit

Arrival ...

Bon Voyage, Houston, United States travel blog

Bon Voyage

A travel blog entry by globetrekker

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... sweet to lusciously fragrant. Reality sets in, as I await boarding call back at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. I am about to board my nonstop transatlantic flight on Houston-based Continental Airlines destined for L'Aéroport ...

A week and a half, Houston, United States travel blog

A week and a half

A travel blog entry by jessien

Well I bought my luggage today and some more clothes and shoes to take... It is getting to be that time... You know, that time where you know what you need to get done before you go and you know you have had the time to do it, but for some reason you ...

Quick stay in Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Quick stay in Houston

A travel blog entry by brian.baczewski

No real details to share. Late arrival and 4 hours of sleep later were out of ...

Houston we have a problem., Houston, United States travel blog

Houston we have a problem.

A travel blog entry by rama0999

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... home of the Space Center. It took about 45 minutes all up. Traffic was good today as tomorrow is Independence Day. The Houston Space Center serves as Ground Control for all manned missions once they leave the atmosphere. They are currently in charge of ...

And then there were FOUR, the Jenkins have arrived, Houston, United States travel blog

And then there were FOUR, the Jenkins have arrived

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... ? if only we could remember. Nice place lovely old buildings, great Margarita's and oysters in the Fishermans Wharf.   A trip to Houston would not be complete without a visit to "The ART car museum" amazing, but is it ART? ...

And so the adventure begins!, Houston, United States travel blog

And so the adventure begins!

A travel blog entry by mables

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... sleep for hours in the most awkward positions on a plane full of strangers. When we landed we rented a car and headed for Houston's suburbs. A good friend of mine from high school, Kelly Dallas Green, has a sister in Houston so we arranged to stay with ...

Through American roads, Houston, United States travel blog

Through American roads

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

First Day of Class for the Trip!!!!!, Houston, United States travel blog

First Day of Class for the Trip!!!!!

A travel blog entry by qt_ladybug

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Only 7even more days till we leave... I'm SO excited!!! Today was our first official class for the study abroad program; it went good... so far as class room classes go, GET ME TO ITALY ALREADY!!!! Pretty much today was like an introduction to the 2wo ...

my travels, Houston, United States travel blog

my travels

A travel blog entry by bobby.ray

Lived here for 9 ...

23 degrees, Houston, United States travel blog

23 degrees

A travel blog entry by rama0999

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... is certainly not the temperature here at the moment as the temperatures continue to sour but more on that shortly. I arrived in Houston at lunchtime after taking a 5 hour bus ride from Baton Rouge. The bus was delayed about 20 minutes, due to 3 mexicans ...

These Boots are made for Walking, Houston... we have a problem!, United States travel blog

These Boots are made for Walking

A travel blog entry by travelinbuskers

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Mullets, Mexicans, and Cowboys OH MY, Houston, United States travel blog

Mullets, Mexicans, and Cowboys OH MY

A travel blog entry by cjcorms

... to be picked up on the way out. The sign actually read "Don't worry about what's for dinner." It's easy to see why Houston is the 5th fattest city in the country. We unloaded the groceries and goods, loaded up the rolling cooler from the Monette's ...

Sunday drive to Houston and Monday, Houston, United States travel blog

Sunday drive to Houston and Monday

A travel blog entry by jimandjamie

... parents) came over for Jamie's famous pasta dish and we visited for a few hours. Monday I had to do a day of training in Houston so that worked out well. Jamie flew to Detroit to pick up Cadence, our granddaughter. They got back around 7:00 and we played ...

Trip Slideshow, Houston, United States travel blog

Trip Slideshow

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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Boo Boo Love, Houston, United States travel blog

Boo Boo Love

A travel blog entry by senorita_namita

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Ok. So I have finally started this blog thing. I am excited, very excited. I am in Houston now, chazillin with my momz and dadz and of course sweetie peetie boo boo. I put up some pictures of my stay here in H-Town. Yes, its true, most of them are of ...

Houston the Morton's have landed....., Houston, United States travel blog

Houston the Morton's have landed.....

A travel blog entry by mortonadventure

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... advised passengers we would be landing in San Antonio and then wished us all a happy April Fools day.  The arrival into Houston's George Bush International didn't offer much scenery but it was a lot greener than I had expected. You could even nearly ...

Goodbye to Friends in Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Goodbye to Friends in Houston

A travel blog entry by brians_trip

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... great advice and is one of the most passionate people I have ever met. Tony and his amazing girlfriend Theresa showed me around Houston and I will always appreciate the experience....and the bottle of mamajuana they gave me. I was also able to kick it ...

A day in the deep south!!, Houston, United States travel blog

A day in the deep south!!

A travel blog entry by laurasimon

... bad day after all. We met some AFS´ers at the airport and got them to pass the message on to Honduras and then Houston was our oyster.  If Houston was an oyster though it would have been promptly spat out as there was nothing to do ...

Glorious Texmex, Houston, United States travel blog

Glorious Texmex

A travel blog entry by david.aileen

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Hi Everyone, So this is the first installment of our big trip! We had a whirlwind visit to Texas to get ourselves oriented after leaving Dubai and all of our good friends there.  Thanks to everyone who came to Belgian Beer Café and the various ...

Lakewood church, Houston, United States travel blog

Lakewood church

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

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... we like to do while on the road is try different churches. Joel Osteen has a huge church in what used to be an arena in downtown Houston. They have 3 services and run a little over 10,000 people per service. Joel's book, 'Your Best Life Now,' was on the ...

Stopping Half Way to Quito, Houston, United States travel blog

Stopping Half Way to Quito

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell

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... maybe why there's a rise in the number of unruly passengers. Landing at George Bush International Airport in Houston where I have a four-hour layover provided another economics lesson.  We flew over large residential neighbourhoods with wonderfully ...

Houston mini-vacation, Houston, TX, United States travel blog

Houston mini-vacation

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

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... Show, a folk art exhibit. 2) The Health Museum, a museum. 3) The Water Wall, the most popularly photographed site in Houston. 1) The Orange Show... hah! Okay, from what I pre-researched, The Orange Show is a playground-like maze of metal and sculptures ...

A walk around town, Houston, United States travel blog

A walk around town

A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi

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Leaving Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Leaving Houston

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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Return Completed, Houston, United States travel blog

Return Completed

A travel blog entry by traveled

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The flight from Dulles left at around 10:30pm, but didn't arrive in Houston until about 1:30am.  Luckily, some friends had offered to pick us up and drive us back to Nederland.  We were home about 3:30am, about 21 hours from when we had awaken. ...

In and out of the swamp, Houston, United States travel blog

In and out of the swamp

A travel blog entry by jillandethan

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... was the row of three hundred year old oak trees which lined the entrance to the mansion. After a quick Mint Julep, we headed for Houston to meet up with June. As we pulled in, June had already prepared a homemade meal, thanks June! Then before bed, we ...

Houston, here we come, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston, here we come

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

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... when we leave Texas) Baton Rouge was great as our other stops have been. It took us a little over 4 hours to get to Houston. We took our time and made a couple of stops.(Kelly's favorite thing to do). The boys home schooled for a while before we ...

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