Drury Inn & Suites Houston Hobby
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... 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 ...
... a ride by buildings with the
guide telling us what went on in each building. We went into one building however where there were modules and training facilities, but there was nothing going on that we could see. A pretty quiet day at the training lab. One interesting thing was a Soyuz capsule and a Zarys module which are used to go back and forth to the International Space Station (ISS) now that ...
... on track.
That's all pretty interesting, but the kicker is that the guy who spoke up in Mission Control was 23 years old. Average age of Mission Control personnel at the time: 26. Go figure.
Another interesting factoid is that under the floors of historic Mission Control run wires that could encircle the earth some number of times--3, maybe? All those wires were in support of the computers of the time which were the ...
... 28,950 in the US (for the 2014 model). Sam's dream car is a Lamborghini Aventador 834 priced at $699,990 in Oz however he's going to buy his here for only $379,991!
Gas prices - when you do the conversion from gallons to litres, gas here is about half the price of Perth petrol prices - approx. $0.81/litre.
Supermarkets - when we arrived I had no idea about where to go - except Walmart. Since then I ...
... t agree that everything is bigger (apart from the waistlines) and better in Texas but the people sure are different. Although lovely and welcoming, they sound a little slower but many fit the perfect picture: cowboy hats, jeans, flannel shirts and boots. We actually enjoyed Texas, particular San Antonio's river walk and the Texan dinner in Houston. So, I've never ordered ribs before and I don't think I should have started in Texas where the food IS in fact BIGGER. ...