Crystal Suites Texas City
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- Free parking
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Day 5A day of rest at the Galveston Island State Park! I took the day off from driving and rested and rearranged my stuff. The bed in the back had become wet from the rainstorm the other day so I set everything out to dry well. In the afternoon I went for ...
... water and felt my feet on the ground. It reminded me to feel. Sensing the solidness of the earth beneath my feet and the vastness of the sky above and letting the world touch my heart. Letting go of the should’s, could’s and would’s and just being fully in the moment and softening to it.Port Arthur is a crazy big oil installation kind of ugly but then ...
... br> Electricity and water were reinstated in a matter of weeks and many relief workers helped the cause. The island residents were determined to stay and rebuild their home, with one significant difference. They would raise the level of the city by 17 feet and build a seawall, of about 15 feet high and 10 miles long, to prevent another disaster such as they'd just endured.
Raising the city was a huge engineering task, requiring more ...
... around (sorry Baytown, you have a very sad looking downtown). Next ATM we programmed in took us to an empty lot – don’t think there had ever been a building there at all. Third go took us to a bank, unfortunately it was the corporate building and no actual banking facilities. Enjoying my day so far and abandoning all hope of monitory gain from a gps, I did some old fashioned looking around and spotted ...
... we leave for dinner and then go there for brunch before flying back on the 29th.
As we were much closer to Galveston here we probably saved time by driving on in retrospect. Still it was after 3pm when we arrived at Pier 19 for the Ocean Star Drilling Rig and Oil Museum, which shut at 5pm. It took us a moment to work out how to pay for parking, but it essentially consisted of folding up a $5 note and pushing it into a miniature postbox for the space we were occupying. ...