Hampton Inn Houston - Willowbrook Mall
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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 ...
... a ride by buildings with the
guide telling us what went on in each building. We went into one building however where there were modules and training facilities, but there was nothing going on that we could see. A pretty quiet day at the training lab. One interesting thing was a Soyuz capsule and a Zarys module which are used to go back and forth to the International Space Station (ISS) now that ...
... was taken by a lad in the 10-14 year old age group and is of a lion he saw on safari and whilst capturing the picture he zoomed out so the photo blurs. He says he thinks it symbolises how lions are disappearing from the African landscape. I really do love that photo. I’ve included my favourites in the pictures on this post.
We walked around the Dinosaur area as well, re-enacting our favourite educational lines from Jurassic Park as we ...
... of them were covered in dust and not nearly as striking as they ought to have been. Quite of few of those pieces were designed by the same jeweler in 2005/2006 as well, and I did not care for his style. By the time we got through Chemistry, an exhibit called something like "the Living World," and the minerals and gems, I had had enough (6 hours of museums is plenty! My brain gets full!), so I got a drink and sat ...
... by Exxon!
Experienced the full wrath of Houston rush hour as we headed back to our hotel in the 5pm commute. Our 30 minute journey ride into the city was turned into a 90 minute journey home. I have no idea how people can sit in this traffic everyday.
I'm still waiting to see someone wearing a cowboy hat and I dare not order a steak if the hot dogs cost $12. So far Texas has been a major let down.