Candlewood Suites Texas City

Address: 1700 Hwy 146 North, Texas City, Texas, 77590, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1700 Hwy 146 North, Texas City.
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    Travel Blogs from Texas City

    Farewells and a free full body x-ray

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Sep 08, 2015

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... Melo just leave me at the door, as the procedures are so routine and dull. He has many things to do and was expecting a visitor before noon. My passage from the check in through immigration and two luggage checks was relatively smooth and quick, giving me lots of time. In the luggage inspection two small safety pins were confiscated, probably to justify the search. Arriving in Houston, again the passage through immigration was incredibly quick, in part because Canadians are considered ...

    Chabelo is freed

    A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Jul 30, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... Where it is going, or perhaps how far will the American Embassey allow it to go is to be seen in the following weeks or months. For now we can celebrate the freedom that Chabelo today enjoys as he is rejoined to his wife Juana and their children. And a huge thank you to the work of Dunia Perez, from ERIC, Omar Menjivar - Chabelo's main lawyer, the many others who have worked on this case, and of course to Padre Melo. Sometimes there is good news from ...


    A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 23, 2014

    3 photos

    ... managed by her son and is a privately owned company earning 2.6 billion dollars a year. We drove for a couple of hours and stopped for our comfort break right on the border of Louisiana. We went for a short walk and for the first time walked out onto a swamp and took our pictures in front of the Louisiana sign. Andrew and I saw a snow egret up out and fly away from us in the swamp and we spoke to a young man who was fishing. He caught a very small perch at the ...

    Galveston Island Is Just Next to Home

    A travel blog entry by oscar.juria on Dec 29, 2012

    12 photos

    ... lobby of the ship on the 3rd deck. Our room attendant was Ian, a Filipino. There were lots of Filipinos among the crew including our favorite photographer, Ruel.
    We had one formal night where we prepared our best and had good time. The food was delicious and we tried everything.
    We ...

    Texas Lobbyist

    A travel blog entry by texaslobbyist44 on Jan 09, 2012

    ... take refuge in the knowledge that they are working to promote ideas they believe in. Texas Lobbyist makes large campaignIndeed, networking is the name of the game in lobbying, where people are hired as much for who they know as what they know. Texas Lobbyist work involves informations with the aid of charts Firstly, the this type of work with legislators and aides, both of which are career options for former lobbyists, with their outside experience of the ...