Fairfield Inn & Suites Houston Channelview
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We left Kerrville, Tx this morning. Kerrville is a town I could live in. Just the right size, clean, friendly people and easy to navigate. We drove on to Houston to visit Gordy's cousin, Delores and her husband, Gus. It had been years since we had seen them, and they have added a daughter since we last saw them. We just were ...
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... showing all the groups that had taken the trip up to space, there wasn't much else to see in the museum after that so we went and a photo with the rocket that toured America on top of a jumbo plane because it has retired from it's space journeys and I don't know if it's historical because it carried Apollo 11 and 13 missions as the attraction wasn't open until 2015. We managed to get the 2pm bus back instead of waiting another hour to head back. We went and chilled by the ...
... was eat the grass and bushes around us! The handlers horse was white, named hollywood! He was a right pre-madonna he would do anything not to get his feet wet haha! And he didn't like going down trails he didn't know it wouldn't go passed cut down trees! He was funny. The trail was peaceful considering we were on the outskirts of the fourth biggest city in America! It went too fast, we done some trotting and 2 steeds uphill where we grab onto the horse's Maine (they can't feel ...
Day 7: Galveston Island and Houston Headed back into downtown Galveston this morning to have a look at the old buildings. We ended up in the waterfront museum of oil drilling platforms , very interesting, and absolutely unbelievably huge and complicated technology at work out there. Rather freaky actually, it all seems so complicated and fragile. Before noon we were driving westward along the length of Galveston island past many more of ...