Days Inn And Suites Houston IAH Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the safety/lifeboat drill. Immediately after, the ship set sail and we went poolside for a bowl of Sail Away Punch, watched kids in the pool and saw the port slowly slipping away.
Back in the stateroom, our bags had been delivered so we unpacked. This mini suite is about 50 sq ft bigger than the normal stateroom I remember from previous NCL cruises, but there is so much storage and nice amenities included.
Sitting on the balcony, ...
... glass, textiles, and other decorative arts. It is a collection that takes your breath away. No pictures however.
The gardens were interesting although nothing was blooming. There was evidence of lots of azaleas, camellias, and spring daffodils, but most are gone now. But it is a quiet place in the middle of the city. We could see tall buildings all around, but didn’t hear much street ...
... br> exploration. It showed how the ISS was conceived and built, and discussed the cooperation between nations to build and operate it. There were great clips of space walks including one where the astronaut stepped back off the ISS with the earth in the background that made
many in the audience, including Barbara, groan. There was also information about the Orion project—travel to Mars. ...
The only reason I went to Houston was because it was along the train line I was taking back to LA for my eventual flight home. To avoid spending multiple days on a train I had to get off somewhere. Luckily Houston has NASA. Aside from BBQ that's about all they have. Public transport in Houston Most websites report Houston simply can not be done without a car. Google maps and directions told me otherwise. It can be done if you are patient and have a phone with Internet. The bus ...
... Houston, we nervously pulled into to the consulate at around 12:15 and tried to get in. We were immediately stopped by security guards, who informed us that the consulate closed at 12:30. Holding back fits of anger and vomit, Brian asked the guard what she meant by "closed" because the website clearly stated that they were open until 5:00 PM. She informed us that they closed for lunch and at 2:30 they would start taking emergency visa applications.
"Define emergency," ...