Hampton Inn Houston - I-10W, Energy Cor
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... now have seven hours to while away writing to you from the George Bush Intercontinental Airport until my next flight to Buenos Aires. This delay also provides me with ample opportunity to dote over the newly hatched, brown, fuzzy Adélie penguins on Torgersen Island - a little south of where I will likely be - and their parents. You too can indulge your inner softy ...
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... and 3) nonstop. Amsterdam! But, since both of us have been to Amsterdam, I thought it might be fun to go someplace different and we are now headed to Brugge, Belgium.
We got on our plane in Houston, got settled into our nice comfy pods, got to know our very nice flight attendant and waited. Mechanical, not good. After about an hour, the captain told us that we would not be going ...
... capsule where you could barely move? That sounds pretty tough to me. They even had a mockup of the NASA Skylab that was really a hollowed out Saturn rocket; part of the rocket assembly that originally contained the fuel to propel the mission to the moon.
I made my way out into the main visitors area, dodged the kids and made my exit. Next stop, USS Texas.
I drive across town, pass the water front and past docks and oil refineries. I notice a ...