Comfort Suites Galveston
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... everyone he knew to check it out.
From there it was only 70 miles or so to Galveston TX. I went south on TX124 in Winnie TX to the beach and headed west. The oil wells are still pumping and there were wells very close to the beach. I road 40 or so miles along the water until I hit a FREE Ferry to Galveston.
The sun is shining, I am nearly done with this blog and might even get to walk around a little.
I got down here and ...
... Peninsula. Looked at Gilchrist, that had been wiped out by Hurricane Ike in 2008. Now rebuilt, with all homes built on stilts high above ground. Caught the FREE ferry to Galveston. First ferry since Ireland! Drove to Johnson Space Centre. Did tram tour that took us to the original Mission Control used for Apollo programs, ( like being on the set of "Apollo 13".) and then to the Saturn V rocket shed. Apparently this rocket ...
... of the ship. The Elissa was known as a "tramp" ship because her sole purpose was to move cargo. She would have cargo to be delivered to Port X and when that cargo was unloaded, if there wasn't any cargo to go anywhere else the ship's Captain would go around town to business to see what he could find that needed to be delivered. In her heyday, the Elissa was only in Galveston twice but now she is welcomed "home". Okay - who knows the answer ...
... attendant, Leonel, and then took all of my luggage to the spot inside the Metropolis Theater where Brian and I had agreed to meet. Over the phone. Without knowing exactly what he looks like…! I had some anxious moments (maybe 30 minutes) when I wasn't sure I would find him, but finally there he was. He and his wife and the other couple had been waiting outside of the theater. I was inside (on the left side just where he had told me to be, by the ...
The lights from a myriad of offshore platforms twinkled as our ship neared her home port of Galveston. We stood on our balcony and enjoyed the approach to shore. As the skies began to lighten, sea gulls began to soar around the ship as if to welcome us home. We are bringing with us many fond memories of our Caribbean ...