Hilton Garden Inn Houston/Pearland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... the driver was there within two minutes.
Arriving at the container port of Houston, all we could see at first were massive container/cargo ships, but soon we caught sight of the Norwegion Jewel and we both relaxed. The hectic part of our trip is done!
After we saw the snaking lines of passengers waiting to check in, we realized EVERYbody waited until noon to arrive. Next time we will definitely arrive before the official time. As ...
... br> Lunch: Goode’s Barbecue for Texas style barbecue (brisket). Yum-yum! Brisket, cole slaw, Texas toast with jalapeņos, and beans. Jim had pinto beans with jalapeņos while Barbara had Austin style baked beans (beans, pork belly, pieces of brisket, red bell peppers, onions and apples-what a surprise). Both were delicious.
Next we thought we’d shop at the Galleria Mall. Big mistake! ...
Threat of rain today. Do I sound like a broken record? Gray clouds, but warm temperatures.
Luckily we’ll be inside most of the day.
This morning we braved the post-rush hour traffic to drive to the Johnson Space Center (JSC). We’re really looking forward to seeing it since we’ve also been to Cape Canaveral. Just getting into the center was slow. Once we got off the ...
My first proper day walking around Houston did absolutely nothing to contradict the stories of it being a concrete jungle; not only was there uninspiring building after uninspiring building, but even the Museum District seemed clinical. The sculpture garden intrigued me as I looked at the metal creations, but the most intriguing thing in there was the workers trying to cut down some loose branches and tidy up after themselves, whilst not hitting ...
... is it as dirty as Vietnam I think this is mostly because over 85% of its population live in rural areas barely scraping a subsistence living with stone age tools (except for the occasional satellite disk). You don’t generate much trash when you don’t have anything to begin with.
1. Bali, Indonesia
2. Saigon, Vietnam (tie)
3. Bangkok, Thailand