Baymont Inn & Suites Galveston
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... his name - and he asked about where I was from, then flashed up Australia on the screens -- live from space - amazing. 2 minutes, but amazing. After Mission Control, we went to the space shuttle centre - and here I got to climb up into the Atlantis who was the last shuttle to fly in space - even got into the cockpit. I learned so much abut how it worked and what they did. Its brilliant. The final part of the trip was a visit to the ...
... about Sydney, some of our buildings, our politics. I told him that I had climbed the harbour bridge 5 times, and he could not believe you could do that. Messaged him some of the pictures. While we were talking his mother had gone away and came back with some food. She said I should have lunch with them in the park across the road with her church I did. Black eyed peas and grits. Oh, no. Now grits ...
... a dude ranch for a week and didn't fall off. I actually learned to lope which is a step above trotting. He had a young man with him that really loved animals and was taking care of a number of dogs, cats and anything that walked on 4 legs. He rode his bicycle a lot and I rode my bike a lot. We were both caught in the rain yesterday. The cowboy wanted to buy my breakfast after hearing about what I was doing. $8.50. I gave him a card and asked him ...
... to behold.
Whilst the 2x Dave's were gallivanting on their bikes, LJ stayed with Chris (Brenda turned up), Denny and Mushroom and they wander along the shop fronts around the pier. They were a weebit disappointed with what they had found - it was the usual tat that can be found in any sea-side town's shops. They then wandered up the beach and settled down having Iced-Tea in a small beach-side cafe, but not before mushroom had made them all laugh ...
... a city until 1839. The move to make it a city was started by a Canadian - Michel B. Menard;
-- A hurricane struck Galveston in 1900. It is considered one of the deadliest natural disasters in U.S. history. There were 120 mph winds and a tidal surge that swept across the island, killing over 6,000 people;
-- In the aftermath of the hurricane, city leaders decided they needed strong protection from the sea. ...