Comfort Suites Webster

Address: 16931 N Texas Ave, Webster, Texas, 77598, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 16931 N Texas Ave, Webster, is near Johnson Space Center/Space Center Houston, Alley Theatre, Timber Creek Golf Club, and Bay Oaks Country Club.
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      Livin' on Island Time!

      A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Dec 05, 2014

      2 photos

      ... butterflied and stuffed w/pepperjack cheese, wrapped in bacon and deep-fried; and Southwestern shrimp cocktail - huge, over a dozen medium shrimp in a compote of a light tomato salsa, topped with chopped avocado and cilantro, and surrounded by tortilla chips - yummy!)  Ate enough that we didn't want any ...

      Date night

      A travel blog entry by nahury1 on Nov 26, 2014

      It was double date night - Krista's brother wanted to go to a French restaurant so he could get Foie Gras (which is illegal in california). So, it was off to a French restaurant. Not exactly what I wanted, especially since I was about to spend 2 weeks in France.
      Would have rather stayed home and eat the pizza that was ordered.
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      Galveston-Lafayette

      A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 23, 2014

      3 photos

      ... a live video feed to. Next door was the Space Shuttle Mission control, which is being remodelled for use on the Orion deep space manned flight project. Our third and last stop was the Saturn V pavilion, containing pretty much an entire Saturn V rocket, minus the inter-stage and the lunar landing module. To say it was huge is a massive understatement. Outside was a Mercury Redstone Rocket and a Saturn V engine. Upon return we bought our commemorative photo and ...

      The Great Storm

      A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Mar 09, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... million cubic yards of sand but by 1911, 500 city blocks had been raised, some by just a few inches and others by as much as 11 feet.
      The seawall was built in stages, but has withstood the test of two further storms (1915 and 2008) of similar magnitude to that of 1900. While the city still flooded, the loss of lives was minimal and the houses behind the seawall survived.
      A fascinating history.
      After the film, we headed to the ...

      Alligator Allegory

      A travel blog entry by rozjulian on May 21, 2011

      25 photos

      My first adventure in America was kindly provided by my new workmate Johnny. First up we went to the little information centre where all the venomous snakes I could run in to in the park were displayed. There was also a guy with a baby alligator, which you could pat! Then it was off into the wilderness to see if we could see some in there natural habitat. The park was amazing, just like in ...