Commodore on the Beach

Address: 37th and Seawall Blvd, Galveston, Texas, 77552-3830, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 37th and Seawall Blvd, Galveston, is near The Seawall, Moody Mansion Museum, Treasure Isle Tour Train, and Galveston Island Trolley.
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          Travel Blogs from Galveston

          NASA Tour

          A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi on Jul 27, 2015

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... given health checks before and after, and each astronauts is supported by 8 divers.  Once finished, they are put in a hypovaric chamber if there is any sign of the bends.  No, the fun stuff.  The pool is the size of 120m by 100m, has 5 million litres of water that was put in in the 1989s and is the same water. From here, it was off to mission control.  There are actually 3 mission controls, mirroring one another.  I met with the staff and spoke ...

          Today in Houston

          A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi on Jul 27, 2015

          ... and about 20 churches along the way - so I though why not. I took my walk.

          It was a good old store that had a lot of junk. They call it a general store. I went in, feeling perfectly safe, and got a few things. Now it was hard to find food that was not processed or had added sugar or fats. I grabbed some canned fruit and though okay - time to go to the checkout. The clerk was a large ...

          Galveston, oh Galveston

          A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 19, 2015

          1 comment, 18 photos

          ... question: "in 1911, Galveston exported more of THIS than any other American city?" We enjoyed touring and learning about the Elissa very much and spent at least two hours reading the historical placards and roaming the ship. The people in the museum probably thought we had made off with their little audio doo-dads. But time to move on... We stopped to see the markers of historical floods that have hit Galveston. Jeff could not reach the marker ...

          Home again, home again

          A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Nov 24, 2013

          8 photos

          ... br> By now it was after 9:00 am but it was obvious that they were slow in getting everyone off the ship. We were the 8:30 am group, and the 8:00 am group hadn't even been called yet. We stood together, talking a little bit (both couples were very nice!), getting anxious about making our driver wait for us outside the terminal. My cell phone was working now so we were able to call the driver and tell him the situation. He said just to call him once we were ...

          Ready to Cruise!

          A travel blog entry by txherrins on May 19, 2013

          1 photo

          As we approached the Carnival Magic our enthusiasm soared! The gigantic ship sparkled with the promise of good fun ahead. Since we had completed our paperwork on-line, the boarding process was quick and efficient. We stepped aboard, sipped an "umbrella topped" drink, and headed for our cabins to settle in before the four o'clock sailing! ...