Hampton Inn - Brookhollow
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... Houston is very bad on Saturday. I’d hate to see it during the week. Well, the Galleria Mall parking is all in parking decks with a maximum height of 8’6". We’re too big so we just got back on I-610 and came home. I guess people only drive their cars to the Galleria. Jim did a great job driving, but I was having a nervous breakdown. I just couldn’t live in a city this big with this much traffic. ...
... now is that astronauts will travel to Mars in the 2030s on a 3 year expedition. Great film about lofty goals.
It was a good day. Jim and I both thought the Cape Canaveral tours were better. The Johnson Space Center looked dated and old. And they had “sold” the center of the lobby to Ripley’s Believe It or Not with science related displays, but not space related. It was very curious. ...
... me, and these ones are really used to people feeding them so leap right up to the edge and half out the water. Ick. I don’t like touching them at work when their dead, let alone when they’re hungry and alive!
We had lunch in the Aquarium Restaurant, a little weird to be eating fish whilst watching fish… But the food was good, I enjoyed my Shrimp Pasta Alfredo very much and Alex seemed to enjoy his Flounder. There has been a ...
... suggested that this is one of the most beloved paintings in their collection.
One thing I thought rather interesting was that The Corn Poppy is one of very few 20th century European works of art the museum has on display. They have TONS of European art from 1200-1800, but only about 1/5 that much from the 20th century. Proportionally, that’s about right, but generally I ...
... this expensive city.
First stop was the Fine Arts Museum. Leslie will not let me visit a city without checking out at least one art museum. This place is no Tate Modern but I will give it a 6 out of 10. We spent most of our time there viewing an exhibit of Antonio Berni a Argentinean artist who did some pretty cool work constructing work out of trash and machine parts to chronicle the lives of two ...