Travel Blogs from Houston, United States

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Day 13 Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Day 13 Houston

A travel blog entry by noorland

Yesterday we had a late breakfast/early lunch at Harris County BBQ where all the males had ribs, of course. Another huge meal which lasted us till dinner. Then it was off shopping again. Today we hit Walmart and Best Buys. Then it was off to a ...

Day 14 Houston / Phoenix, Houston, United States travel blog

Day 14 Houston / Phoenix

A travel blog entry by noorland

... because we have heap of luggage and was worried that a sedans just wouldn't cope. Well, our first experience of driving in the States started out a bit hairy... Robin made a left turn into a left lane getting onto the wrong exit, bloody scary for a ...

The Commute: London-Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

The Commute: London-Houston

A travel blog entry by theblakes

London to Houston Houston to Caracas Caracas to ...

NASA Tour, Houston, United States travel blog

NASA Tour

A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi

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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 heat is on, Houston, United States travel blog

The heat is on

A travel blog entry by mikeandtrace

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... that she’s from a very small island people), we will venture out into the massive, glistening metropolis that is downtown Houston. I cannot help but think that it looks like it was put together by the giant love child of Peter Jackson and Ridley ...

New Chapter Begins, Houston, United States travel blog

New Chapter Begins

A travel blog entry by rsjungling

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... more than I thought there would be - they will have a nice distraction while we are gone.    We drove down to Houston this morning, and I forgot how beautiful the drive is on I-45 between Dallas and Houston.  We got a good deal on parking ...

Day 15 ~ March 21st, Houston, United States travel blog

Day 15 ~ March 21st

A travel blog entry by tsd-india

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After two weeks of traveling together, we saw you all grow during the trip.  At the moment when we released you all back to your parents, we could see you as the new travelers all ready to explore some more!  So, this is not the ending. ...

sitting at home, Houston, United States travel blog

sitting at home

A travel blog entry by traestanley

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I'm at home, awake, once again, thinking about going on this trip. Right now I'm listening to Rilo Kiley's The Execution of all Things. As soon as we start though, no more music unless its there. Living by some Dogme rules. Yesterday Sarah and I went to ...

Rain Delay, Houston, United States travel blog

Rain Delay

A travel blog entry by cjcorms

The plan was to head over to Kane and Angela's for a cookout and volleyball. So Casey and I headed out to Walmart (yup, that's four times in five days) to pick up some burgers, corn on the cob, etc. We were getting ready to check out when we heard a ...

Hilton Hotel, Houston, United States travel blog

Hilton Hotel

A travel blog entry by lafalot

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Well, well, well. I made it to the hotel with everything I intended to bring. My suitcase, my briefcase, my purse and me! My recent experience has reminded me to be thankful for everything arriving at the same time! I usuall don't stay and Hilton ...

Houston we have a problem (with the toilet, haha!), Houston, United States travel blog

Houston we have a problem (with the toilet, haha!)

A travel blog entry by rob.franklin.

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Rob   25th 4th   It has been a couple of full on days!Houston is pretty big and very busy with 2 million people in the city limits and 4 more million in the wider area. We have traversed the city half a dozen times in our rental car ...

Don't Mess with Texas...Hello Houston!, Houston, United States travel blog

Don't Mess with Texas...Hello Houston!

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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On our way from New Orleans to Austin we drove through Baton Rouge and Lafayette then stopped over night in Houston.  While in Baton Rouge we drove around LSU campus - its a really nice college town, and everything you see in Baton Rouge is in ...

The trip is really beginning - sorta, Houston, United States travel blog

The trip is really beginning - sorta

A travel blog entry by mcoppins

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... I am really getting started with my trip to China. Our family had our teary goodbye yesterday as I left the Harlingen airport to fly to Houston. Steve M picked me up and I found out how much we depend on the mobile phone. I left mine with Parker so when I ...

No Golf, Great BBQ and the Astros, Houston, United States travel blog

No Golf, Great BBQ and the Astros

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

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... . The street name came from Joseph Tucker Crawford, a British "agent" in the 1830s sent to Texas to convince them to block the United States' expansion west. It didn't work, but it appears the city fathers thought so much of him that they named a major ...

Customs is a pain in the ass!!, Houston, United States travel blog

Customs is a pain in the ass!!

A travel blog entry by damienguerra

Okay so if you backpack and you're from the US be ready for a near cavity search when you come through the customs agent after landing....they don't seem to like it when you visit more than one country. ...

Arrive Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Arrive Houston

A travel blog entry by robghs

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Transit in Houston was a bit slow but we all got through without being searched this time. The flight from Lima has been delayed by about half an ...

Just a thought, Houston, United States travel blog

Just a thought

A travel blog entry by fred.ropp

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Morning Nae,   I was humming along on Goldie Honda today and was wondering about true success?  What is this thing called a successful life?  Big house?  Nah.  Beautiful car? Heck no.  Lots of money? Not that either.  A ...

Estados Unidos, Houston,Colorado, Sn Antonio,New B,Waller, Otros, United States travel blog

Estados Unidos

A travel blog entry by luisa.arango

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Estoy cumpliendo un mes aqui en Estados Unidos, y les voya  contar a grandes rasgos que he estado haciendo este mesesito, estuve en un juego de futbol americano, fuimos a San Antonio a verlo, fue muy bacano, las bandas, como los tipos se ...

brief stop, Houston, United States travel blog

brief stop

A travel blog entry by dn3a

So we're in Houston now, but not for long. We'll be leaving in just a bit to take the animals to a boarding facility, and ourselves to the airport. We have to fly to Las Vegas. More on that later. Getting here was a pain. Literally. I woke up on Saturday ...

Houston, we've got a problem, not!, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston, we've got a problem, not!

A travel blog entry by klompjes-krautz

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Houston & San Antonio On the 15th we arrived in a cloudy Houston. First impressions, Crazy traffic! 12 Lane Highways and lots of exits. We had a general idea where to go and some basic directions. Took us a while to get to our destination but after ...

My escorts, Houston, United States travel blog

My escorts

A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi

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Stuck in Texas!!!, Houston, United States travel blog

Stuck in Texas!!!

A travel blog entry by ivealis

Hello everyone, Glad to be back in the states...I think! Right now I am stuck at the Dallas Airport, my flight that came in from London was on time, and I was running through customs like a madwoman, almost stopped for not wanting to take off my shoes ...

I Don't Think We're in Spencer Anymore, Toto, Houston, United States travel blog

I Don't Think We're in Spencer Anymore, Toto

A travel blog entry by cjcorms

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... so I switched over to the weather channel. The guy the weather channel was showing a close up map of an area of Houston where the to fronts were colliding and causing the clouds to spin (this is what triggered the tornado warning.) Well wouldn't you ...

Good old boys, Houston, United States travel blog

Good old boys

A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi

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Today I experienced the full force of US traffic - we had been forced to stop on a freeway in a jam for 1 and 1/2 hours.  Along the way we ran into a protest. The confederate flag was flying and there were several people milling around the ...

The Ultimate Coast to Coast Challenge 2010, Houston, United States travel blog

The Ultimate Coast to Coast Challenge 2010

A travel blog entry by ccjon

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I am plotting a motorcycle trip this summer, called The Ultimate Coast to Coast Challenge. It is sponsored by the IBA (Iron Butt Association) a long distance motorcycle travel association. The objective is to ride from Key West, Florida to Prudhoe Bay, ...

Texas & New Mexico, Texas, United States travel blog

Texas & New Mexico

A travel blog entry by trent

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Photos from time spent in Texas and New Mexico over the summer. ...

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

Houston, we have a problem

A travel blog entry by bondies

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... touched it over the years. We then did a trolley tour of the Johnson Space Centre, which included historic mission control (Houston, we have a problem), the astronaut training centre and Saturn V rocket. The historic mission control was good - a lady ...

Burgers in Texas and back to reality, Houston, United States travel blog

Burgers in Texas and back to reality

A travel blog entry by giedre-sha

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... car has these super comfortable reclining chairs so we are snoozing all the way back to San Jose airport.   This time our transfer is in Houston and we have heaps of time to connect. We enjoy some great American burgers and set off for UK. ...

BA: London Gatwick to Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

BA: London Gatwick to Houston

A travel blog entry by bbuchanan

Back ...

The First Last Waltz, Houston, United States travel blog

The First Last Waltz

A travel blog entry by cjcorms

It still hasn't been terribly hot. Apparently whenever Jamie and I travel to a hot area they end up experiencing the coldest wettest weather they've had in a long time. Of that is to say that it's not actually cold. It's still in the mid to high 80's ...

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