Travel Blogs from Houston, United States

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Epilogue, Houston, United States travel blog

Epilogue

A travel blog entry by david.aileen

Trip stats: We were traveling for 222 days, visiting 18 different countries along the way. We slept in 46 different places, 15 of which were with friends or family. Total distance traveled: 52,457 miles / 84,395 km (equal to 2.1 times around the globe) ...

Update 1/30/07, Houston, United States travel blog

Update 1/30/07

A travel blog entry by clintandfriends

Here is the latest info. *Updated at the bottom for 1/30/07 We are all still discussing Alaska and St. Maarten( the french spelling for those that don't know, St. Martin is the UK side and St. Maarten is the French side). We aren't yet firm on ...

Am Flughafen, Houston, United States travel blog

Am Flughafen

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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Der Flug von Frankfurt nach Huston in Texas hat 12 Stunden gedauert. Aber die Zeit vergeht ja wie im Fluge, da im Flugzeug das neuste Entertainment system installiert war. Jeder hat seinen eigenen Touchscreen und man kann zwischen unzähligen Filmen ...

Time to go glamping!, Houston, United States travel blog

Time to go glamping!

A travel blog entry by grenada1

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Tomorrow this time I will be in my new bed in Granada, Nicaragua. Not to be confused with Granada, Spain. I'm excited and a little nervous. I ran into, an old friend, David Lane. He recently visited Granada with his wife. He said my fro should work ...

Two people having fun in the summer., Houston, United States travel blog

Two people having fun in the summer.

A travel blog entry by danabrenklin

Long and ...

A Problem in Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

A Problem in Houston

A travel blog entry by burtonll

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... size, sleek and smart, without that sardine feel. But there's a buzz. My seatmate starts to tell her tale, delayed in Houston yesterday, because of weather, and then due to the crash. NATB investigating now. What?? What happened? A plane was on the ...

Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

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... was not going to see my family for 9 months, it was kind of a bonus to be able to spend the weekend with my parents and my sister Debbie. They released my dad from hospital, so we spent the weekend seeing all of Houston's hotspots...Kemah and Herman ...

Leaving for South America, Houston, United States travel blog

Leaving for South America

A travel blog entry by lonechase

This morning we leave for Lima, Peru via ...

Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston

A travel blog entry by lonechase

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Long Journey Home and Travel Year In Review, Houston, United States travel blog

Long Journey Home and Travel Year In Review

A travel blog entry by globetrekker

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... 25,000 miles (40,000 km) in two months, I finally heard a familiar greeting once again, <B>"Welcome to the United States of America."</B> Relief and fatigue gripped me. Having flown on eight different airlines through nine countries, I had ...

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

Houston, we have a problem

A travel blog entry by travellingross

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... (Friday). Went to an improv comedy performance, which was...different! nah, it was good. Met up with a few of Amy’s Houston friends – Aussies, Canadians. On the Saturday, we got lost driving down to the USS Texas – a warship built over ...

Time to Return Back East, Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, United States travel blog

Time to Return Back East

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy

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... programs.  The Space Center opened in 1992 and is the official visitor center of NASA Johnson Space Center and Houston's first and only Smithsonian affiliate.  It features more than 400 space artifacts, which include moon rock, sand and ...

Ready to leave, Houston, United States travel blog

Ready to leave

A travel blog entry by robert_obrien

Ten years ago my wife and I lived in China for a year as we taught English at a teachers' college in Shijiazhuang. I was hoping to come back someday to catch up on what's happening in this vibrant country. Now, it has become a reality as my ...

Houston, I've Got Problems!, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston, I've Got Problems!

A travel blog entry by madkingsoup

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... annual rode & saw men getting rag-dolled by bulls & different men throwing ropes around calve's throats. Now we're in Houston where I want to go to the NASA space centre at Johnson!! It's pretty hectic at the moment & I hate ...

Nur Umsteigen, Houston, United States travel blog

Nur Umsteigen

A travel blog entry by srworldtrip2015

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Houston Sucks, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston Sucks

A travel blog entry by marijka

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... situation, the only exceptions being the hotel's front desk and the server at House of Pies. I am seriously depressed. And Houston Sucks. The only enjoyable thing I've experienced, aside from the aforementioned pie, is the Houston Museum of Fine ...

Houston and the Big Drive, Houston Texas, United States travel blog

Houston and the Big Drive

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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... ; all 900-odd kilometres of it) you notice the heat. The tail end of the drive from Louisiana state line into Houston became almost unbearable. The rays felt magnified through the car windows and we obsessively re-applied sunscreen every hundred clicks or ...

waltmart, Houston, United States travel blog

waltmart

A travel blog entry by rob.franklin.

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... ;Now we are in our RV. we wore just about to leave but they found a hole in the sewerage tank, so we have been bumbling around Houston. Right now we are driving out of Houston then we will  come back to put a new tank on. just then the gas alarm ...

Galveston, Texas, Houston, United States travel blog

Galveston, Texas

A travel blog entry by barratt

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28/03/07 - NYC to Houston (summary map)- The blue line denotes my pre-departure plan and the red line my actual journey. An * denotes overnight stay and I have included mileage and date. Hope its ...

The Stars at Night are Big and Bright (everyone!), Houston/Dallas, United States travel blog

The Stars at Night are Big and Bright (everyone!)

A travel blog entry by zoestephen

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... were warmly received by the Arkansas Lambs, Gordy, Beth and the kids (thus completing the Lamb gamut for Zoe). While in Houston we saw Gracie play in her first basketball game, Garret perform technically difficult pieces on his guitar, Gabby gladly give ...

Simple Physics, Houston, United States travel blog

Simple Physics

A travel blog entry by flying_shoe

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... say "Excuse me" when slamming into a stranger at full throttle. But there I go digressing again . . . The drive back around Houston was stressful since we headed directly into a severe thunderstorm. Also, Bandit was alone at the camper and we both ...

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

Mess with Texas? Don't.

A travel blog entry by lauren.profeta

... IN THE WORLD. It's not just one or two people. It's all ya'lls. I swear on the Confederacy. So anyway, now I'm in Houston. It kind of reminds me of...the inept teacher I had with a severe sweating problem. It's beautifully green, from all of the ...

Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

I flew back to Houston to spend another week at home with my parents before leaving for 6 weeks in New ...

KATY, TEXAS, Houston, United States travel blog

KATY, TEXAS

A travel blog entry by jjndotr

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Back In Houston, Texas, Houston, United States travel blog

Back In Houston, Texas

A travel blog entry by rozbp

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... to our friends flying to LA.  After all the hugs and kisses and well wishes, we headed to breakfast.  Most of our Houston group was already eating.  We talked about our time in country, how much fun we had, and how we are got along so ...

Still in San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, United States travel blog

Still in San Antonio

A travel blog entry by jimandjamie

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3-14-16 I know, it's been a while since my last post. For starters Jamie brought Cadence home and then we both went to work. I got back on the 10th and Jamie got home the 11th. Unfortunately, she also came home with the stomach flu. It basically ...

Houston to San Antonio - Real Cowboy Country, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston to San Antonio - Real Cowboy Country

A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip

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... killed. Santa Anna's perceived cruelty during the battle inspired many Texians—both Texas settlers and adventurers from the United States—to join the Texian Army. Buoyed by a desire for revenge, the Texians defeated the Mexican ...

Shocking story!, Houston, United States travel blog

Shocking story!

A travel blog entry by mikeandtrace

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... . We were in the rain for about 15 seconds but it looked and felt like we’d been for a swim. We watched the weather report on TV and found out that there were 2000 lightning strikes per hour in Houston during the storm. I think a drink is in order. ...

Retracing Our Footsteps, Houston, United States travel blog

Retracing Our Footsteps

A travel blog entry by kimandmartin

we ...

Pre-departure Orientation, Houston, United States travel blog

Pre-departure Orientation

A travel blog entry by maverickranger

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The goodbyes have been said, and my new life begins.  Yesterday, I had a wonderful dinner with my Rice friends at the Hobbit Cafe.  Afterwards we went to Teahouse and played Taboo.  That night, I dreamt of saying goodbye to old friends who ...

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