Hampton Inn Texas City
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... the groom Mickey ears.
I forgot we were going to Crater Lake until I was typing up the itinerary and saw we were going there on July 4th, and of course every single accommodation was booked, but I managed to get us an accommodation at a KOA that's maybe 40 minutes from Crater Lake.
We've bought our tent, sleeping bags, a camping table, cots,and camping chairs, that may end up staying at home, on our ...
... rotting outside the Smithsonian in Washington, until restored and now housed at the space centre, indoors. Then back to the centre to look at shuttles, moon buggies and more . Touched a 3.5 billion year old piece of moon rock!!! Back through Galveston, then along the Seawall Boulevard. A 17 foot high, 10 mile long sea wall protects the city. Arrived at Galveston State Park, camped next to the water, just back from the sea. ...
... out more displays that we had missed previously. We spent from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM there and plan to go back one last time tomorrow. Trying to find a restaurant that we haven't tried yet we checked the GPS and came up with Bubba Gump on the boardwalk at Kemah (south of Seabrook). The food was delicious. Karen's choice: Net Catch Entrée Our twist on a Bubba’s Classic! Beer steamed Peel ‘n’ Eat Shrimp, along ...
... higher ground.
The morning of the storm, saw children playing in the water that was starting to rise in the streets but it didn't take long for people to realise the water was still rising.
Many people went to Mr Cline's house for safety as it was double storey and built more strongly than the average home. Of the 40+ people who sought refuge in his house about 20 survived when the house was swept away.
The water level rose between ...
... paintings are huge, plain pieces. This chapel is for all faiths to have a place to come and worship. Kind of like a blank slate or at least that's what it represented in my eyes/mind. The Menils must have thought something similar because that was not the original concept for the chapel, then they saw the finished pieces and it became so.
To see the Menil collection, it just inspired me to see more and travel farther. We haven't scratched the ...