Travel Blogs from Houston, United States

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Nuremberg, Germany, Houston, United States travel blog

Nuremberg, Germany

A travel blog entry by jgilmer

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Nuremberg has oldest Christmas market in Germany . Nuremberg is where first map, globe and pocket watch were developed. It was also the site of the Nazi Party rallies and the Nuremberg Trials. Much of Nuremberg was destroyed during World War II because ...

We're Still in Louisiana, Houston, United States travel blog

We're Still in Louisiana

A travel blog entry by dan-judy

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According to the map and our schedule, we're supposed to be in San Felipe, TX, just west of Houston.  However, we hit a little road bump -- figuratively, not literally.  Dan is in the hospital here in Lake Charles, LA so we're still here.  ...

Natalie Merchant, Houston, United States travel blog

Natalie Merchant

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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A totally different feel at Verizon from the last concert. Only floor seating and it felt like a smaller venue. Was surprised that she played all the new stuff, but was grateful that Natalie pretty much did a second set of the old stuff. ...

Delayed by the Storm, Houston, United States travel blog

Delayed by the Storm

A travel blog entry by hecqs

... , the plane took of on time however, in Houston, we have to circle around the storm waiting for air traffic clearance to land Houston airport. You should see the TV monitors, they're so busy, so many blinking lights flashing the word "Delayed" and lots of ...

Pride and Amazement, Houston, United States travel blog

Pride and Amazement

A travel blog entry by unfitunfettered

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... track.                 One of my favorite places in Houston is Kerr High School. And that’s not because the building is all that great (it’s just a refurbished bank ...

the proliferation of coupons, Houston, United States travel blog

the proliferation of coupons

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... have done that because we never found a single coupon anywhere while living in Canada.      Now I am based in Houston for a month and received my first Sunday newspaper today.  Oh the joy!  I spent a very wonderful half hour ...

to go or not to go, Houston, United States travel blog

to go or not to go

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

        Being a nomad means you just wander about, yea, as if that were possible in this day and age.  Being a nomad with a car and luggage and two cats and a hubby who comes and goes every 28 days or so for his job ...

The snow distance, Houston, United States travel blog

The snow distance

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... to cross.         Today I caught myself doing the snow distance at traffic lights.  As I am in Houston in May, there is little chance that I will need that distance to compensate for icy, snowy roads.  of course we ...

Itinerary Help: Shanghai, Bejing, Xian, Hangzhou , Houston, United States travel blog

Itinerary Help: Shanghai, Bejing, Xian, Hangzhou

A travel blog entry by caj08

Please review the itinerary below. I welcome comments and suggestions regarding order of events, and if entry fees do not seem to justify the visit. Saturday, Nov 21 Arrive Shanghai (SHA) 3pm Take maglev $12 to #2 subway line Subway to hotel?? Or taxi? ...

Let's start at the very beginning, Houston, United States travel blog

Let's start at the very beginning

A travel blog entry by tanyalray

... her a break."  So now with a few additional sleepovers to accommodate the 7-hour-rule, I am starting at the beginning. In Houston.  My favorite comment so far is "So you are driving to Houston from Chicago to go to Montana?!?" Yes, yes I ...

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