BEST WESTERN PLUS Northshore Inn
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... the driver was there within two minutes.
Arriving at the container port of Houston, all we could see at first were massive container/cargo ships, but soon we caught sight of the Norwegion Jewel and we both relaxed. The hectic part of our trip is done!
After we saw the snaking lines of passengers waiting to check in, we realized EVERYbody waited until noon to arrive. Next time we will definitely arrive before the official time. As ...
... bore her name, Ima Hogg, with grace and dignity. She was a great collector and philanthropist who turned over her house and decorative arts collection to the art museum in the 1970s. It's a huge house where each room is decorated in the style and form of a different time period in American history from Colonial to mid-1900th century. It’s an outstanding collection of only the very best of ...
... we pulled into the turn lane. There were 3 lanes going into the center and only one gate open. They need help here!! Twenty minutes later we got through the gate to the parking lot. There were lots of school groups, most very well behaved. It was the kids with families that seemed to run everywhere like wild children. Oh well!
We took one trolley tour to the training facilities. Mostly ...
Just a hop, skip and a jump and we were in Corpus Christi. It is a big city, so it's not like arriving at the beach. We used our trusty GPS to find RV parks in the city, but there really weren’t many and they were old and crowded. So, we ended up crossing a long, tall bridge to Portland, where we found a friendly little park by the bay and settled in for the evening.
If you were with us on our trip to ...
... old woman in front asked what she could get for a dollar whilst leaning on her tatty brown suitcase. The worst thing about the place was that I probably fit right in, following my hours of walking in the Texan sun, not having a clue where I was going, and getting all in a muddle. Typically, I was soon freezing cold as the air conditioning blasted away my body heat, and a swift exit ensued to keep me from dying of hypothermia.