DoubleTree By Hilton Houston Hobby Airport
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We departed Baltimore MD airport to connect in Atlanta GA. At time we arrived to Atlanta airport, we received a news that there is an inclement weather going on right now locally and also in Texas, the flight moved to the morning. Oh no what do we do? Everyone boarding on the same gate was freaking out. Do we have to sleep in the terminal until …
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Very foggy weather at the Vancouver International Airport did not delay my early morning flight to Houston. After climbing through clouds for several minutes, the plane rose above the fog and I spied a little piece of the Lower Mainland peeking through. (Clicking on a photo will bring an enlarged version up, particularly useful for this one!)
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... in the states its nada. Nothing. Rien. Zip. Nobody, just as far as the eye can see of flora and fauna. No letterboxes, just interstate highway. I've always imagined the US being really populated, and people even in the remote parts of it in log cabins. No, they have all gone and left the landscape to the dinosaurs that once roamed here. The drive to Galveston gets interesting though, because there are some very large gas and oil refineries here, and these look ...