Best Western Pearland Inn
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... a good sized bird flying nearby and tried to figure out what it was. Kinda looked like a pelican, but was too small and had no pouch. There were quite a few of these birds pacing the ship along with the seagulls. There were so many cargo ships (I counted 19 within sight at one time) and even the Colonel, a paddlewheel that passed VERY close to us.
Annette sat down in a lounge chair and when she glanced to the side saw a very funny little bird ...
... br> Lunch: Goode’s Barbecue for Texas style barbecue (brisket). Yum-yum! Brisket, cole slaw, Texas toast with jalapeņos, and beans. Jim had pinto beans with jalapeņos while Barbara had Austin style baked beans (beans, pork belly, pieces of brisket, red bell peppers, onions and apples-what a surprise). Both were delicious.
Next we thought we’d shop at the Galleria Mall. Big mistake! ...
... a ride by buildings with the
guide telling us what went on in each building. We went into one building however where there were modules and training facilities, but there was nothing going on that we could see. A pretty quiet day at the training lab. One interesting thing was a Soyuz capsule and a Zarys module which are used to go back and forth to the International Space Station (ISS) now that ...
Menu Item: Beef Brisket, Beef Ribs, and Sausage with Mac 'n Cheese and Coleslaw
Notes: There were three flavors of sauce- one tangy, one sweet, and one coffee
Comments: This was the most flavorful meat I have ever tasted. You definitely did not need any sauce. The burnt ends just melted in your mouth and they had a thick spiced outside crust that was very delicious. ...
... and started drying out as we neared Houston. The miles of bridges gave way to ribbons of concrete creating a maze of interchanges and overpasses in the city that has just become the third largest in the United States, over taking Chicago.
Our hosts in Houston are Liz's nephew Imran his wife Samia and Picu the parrot. We were greeted with open arms and warm smiles, ...