Days Inn & Suites Sugarland/Houston/Stafford
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Travel Blogs from Stafford
... Screens and Flow Control Device Product Line Manager - briefed me on SLBs sand control division. Sand screens, ICDs - got to see what nozzles look like, including the ResCheck nozzles that have dissolvable balls (w cages) that seal the opening in the nozzles whilst running in hole, then are dissolved by acid when production is required. Also, a developing technology that includes a SSD to open and close the ICD. Then I got a bit of tour by Mark of the sand ...
... seen each other when mom was pregnant with me and Aunt Fran was 5. It was an awesome greeting at the train station and we had great times with Fran and her husband Don. We also we my new found cousin Holly. A great reunion, but a lot of stress because of our travel issues.
We got really side-tracked by National car rental when we were not allowed to take the car out of state, after having ...
Today is dedicated to exploring Sorrento. It's an ancient city, huge cliffs, gigantic walls, and filled with quaint little shops. St. Francis is the patron saint and next to our hotel is a chapel dedicated to him. while we were looking around we witnessed two weddings taking place there. We also did a little shopping, sat by the pool and had another delicious dinner at a restaurant that's been in business since 1930. During this trip, Herb has been interviewing people we meet ...
... will need to rebook with a different airline or get a refund back.” I said okay great, well they are giving me the option to change days if I want, so why not leave earlier (the only reason I was leaving on that Wednesday is because it was cheaper in the middle of the week compared to a weekend) so I decided to leave May 31st and that way I can arrive in Spain on a Wednesday which would be easier on the family.
My visa was approved ...
... Farm to Market" road. There are thousands of County Roads here too, but the FMs are somewhat unique. We've seen them in other southern states too. I imagine that they are some of the earliest routes in the agricultural areas.
We stopped at a gas station in what must have been Needville. It needs a lot from what I could see. No buildings here, so they could help, I reckon. The store was pretty run down. The old Texas Cowboy ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed