Extended Stay America - Houston - NASA - Johnson Space Center
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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 ...
... Control was rained out so we missed it.
We saw moon rocks, pictures of all the astronaut teams, space suits, rocket engines, etc. We watched 2 really good films. The first was about the history of the space program with lots of good film clips. The second was a new film about the future of space exploration. It was on the largest giant screen in Texas and was an excellent film about the future ...
First, Happy Easter to everyone. I hope everyone had a fantastic day. I missed not having our traditional ham & kielbasa for Easter, but Bruce & I did enjoy a nice steak dinner on this beautiful day.
April 1st we left Rockport, TX after a great 5 month stay at Drifter's RV Resort. We made some great new friends who made our time in Rockport even more special. We know these friendships will last a long ...
... acids. Problem is, fresh seafood costs a bundle. When I visited my local fish monger here in Yonkers, N.Y., recently, I couldn’t believe my eyes: nearly $20 a pound for swordfish, halibut, sole, and $9 for trout, which in the past had always been tasty and less costly alternative. Ever since prices started climbing, I’ve seen an influx of alien species--alien to me, at least--particularly at my neighborhood supermarkets, which cater to customers who, frankly, ...
... from the dead bodies of the storm's victims. The town's leaders quickly assembled a committee and put the city under military law with armed soldiers to shoot any looters and force people to assist in the clean up.
As the days of clean up dragged on, those forced to remove and dispose of the dead pleaded not to do so but refusal met with the fiery end of the rifle; so the men worked, stomachs heaving and vomiting with revulsion at the sights ...