Drury Inn & Suites Houston West
Travel Blogs from Houston
... the hydro-electric and electric, respectively, flow control systems. A quick whizz around the "world-class" product testing facility concluded my visit to the SRC. Lunch at Chilis with Joe Eck, an interesting experience. I have never seen so many morbidly obese humans stuffing fatty rubbish into their mouths. I ordered grilled fish and salad. Next, and final, stop for the day, SLBs sand screen manufacturing facility. Awesome - simple, but awesome. Got to see direct ...
... and great weather. We are here doing an overnight and back on the bus in the morning. Tomorrow will be lots of scenery from the bus. It's funny how things work out!!!
I will work on the pictures. You will love the pictures from a little town called "Old Mesilla." Plenty of great pictures and lots of history. Billy the Kid hung there and allegedly haunts the courthouse where he was ...
... where are they from, what do they do, children, hobbies, vacations, you name it. Today I didn't think Herb would get to interview anyone, but he got to talking to the man who owns the restaurant, founded by his grandfather and the folks sitting across from us, who turned out to be from Sweden. We've been watching cruise ships in the harbor outside our room, too. Tonight we placed bets on which ships would still be in port. It's been a great place to stay, the "Imperial ...
... to the hostel :) I joined the girls at a deli round the corner called Katz Deli - they have the biggest sandwiches known to man - literally crammed full of meat & fillings mmmmmmm! The next day we were thinking of heading to the beach but the locals say it wasn't worth it so instead we had a day by the pool chilling & catching up on our tans! 2 guys from New Orleans arrived so we headed to the grocery store & bought stuff dor a BBQ mmmmmmmm! The food here ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed