Hilton University of Houston
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... The inside of the stadium carries over the train theme with an actual, working locomotive and car that run along a track above and behind the left field seats. The train whistle sounds for every Astros run and the train moves along the track and whistles for every Astros home run. Speaking of left field the seats in left field jut out from the rest of the wall that supports the train rails. The final and possibly quirkiest thing is the hill ...
... Ruthie and the girls will stay behind and finalize the last minute travel needs and load the car. Then they will begin THEIR adventure and head to the "Hood" to pick me up around 5pm. We should be in Dallas-proper around midnite. We will try and locate the rest of our group. Then settle in for a quick nite's sleep. Ruthie and I fly out at 7am the ...
... the stifling humid heat with rain clouds the locals had happily welcomed to end their drought. Found ourselves in a gourmet burger restaurant recommended to us called Hop-Doddy. The place busy with locals we scoffed down some quality cheap burgers then feeling bad hired kayaks and paddled up the river in a attempt to burn off our gluttony. The river was packed with loads of turtles lying on bits of wood poking above the water. Attempted to catch one but not they're faster than ...
... 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 ...
... arrived at the hotel about 1800 (after work) for a short visit prior to our departure for the airport. We loaded our luggage at about 1900, and ventured downstairs to catch the end of the Manager’s Special.
We departed the hotel at about 1945 for the airport. We needed to go to Terminal D (International Departures). The traffic was bad after arriving on the airport proper. As we approached a major merge area, we noticed that Terminal ...
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