Holiday Inn Express Houston - Hobby Airport
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... for the Orion programme, which will see people land on Mars in the mid 2030s. It was a really interesting building and cool to see actual workers doing their stuff. Third stop on the tour was a look at a rocket that was built for the Apollo programme but never got launched due to funding being pulled. It was interesting to hear the retired rocket scientist talk about the three stages of the rocket and what powers each of them. The rocket is ...
Another drive today, this time to Seabrook which is 20 minutes south of Houston. It was a 4 hour drive and we were surprised by the amount of greenery and trees around during the drive. We expected more sparse areas, desert and brown. The drive took us right through Houston, and it got a little hairy driving through it because of some crazy drivers. Fortunately ...
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Justin has set the Yeti [a wonderful wedding present from our best man] up with ice and our road trip essentials, water, Monster [him], Code Red Mountain Dew [Me], HEB cane sugar coke [Him], and Dragon Fruit Vitamin water [me]. We have essential road trip snacks such as trail mix, granola, and beef jerky.
We have our stuff for camping ready.... Our... SO NOT FIFTEEN MINUTES TO SET UP tent, ...
Houston is an a large but underwhelming city. The smog hangs around all day. We didn't stay in the best part of town so we really only went out to do what we had to do. First on the agenda was the Johnson Space Center which was fantastic. We saw the original command centre where all the Apollo missions were conducted, the facilities where astronauts train before they arrive at the International Space Station as well as heaps of ...
... and bushes along the trail were really pretty - large oaks with Spanish Moss hanging from the branches - would look kind of ethereal or spooky at night I think. We walked along the side of the lake, trying to keep an eye out for wildlife whilst throwing a tennis ball. Mase noticed some little tortoises in the swampy, vegetated edge of the lake and further on we all saw a couple of tortoises sunning themselves on a log. At one point the tennis ball landed ...