Super 8 Sealy

Address: 267 Gebhardt Rd, Sealy, Texas, 77474, United States | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located on 267 Gebhardt Rd, Sealy, is near Sixth Street.
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Travel Blogs from Sealy

We made a Move...and all is well!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Oct 18, 2014

23 photos

We left TT Lake Conroe on Friday, despite not having all the proper lights hooked up on the car for towing - it all went well, our first time "moving house" in the new rig, and the first time flat-towing the Camaro. With the turn signals not yet working on the car, we were happy that it wasn't a long drive - only a couple of hours. The ...

Mia's Surgery Update

A travel blog entry by liupierces on Aug 04, 2014

15 comments, 1 photo

Mia is out of surgery and in ICU. We had a good report from the surgeon. In his words, her heart is "normal" now. A little bump in recovery when she had an allergic reaction to some medication they gave her in OR so they had to leave breathing tube in longer than ...

Update on Mia

A travel blog entry by liupierces on Jul 27, 2014

26 comments, 4 photos

Dear friends, I am writing to give you an update on our Mia Pia...she's been home 6 months and she's doing great. Her English is coming along. Her latest American phrase to pick up is "You're kidding me!". Last week, Jim was teasing her and she said, "Mom, tell dad to stop".   That's pretty darn good English in my books. She has learned to swim, she's been willing to try any new foods we've offered her (and with chef Jim that's something new ...

Captain Quint, "we're gonna need a bigger boat!"

A travel blog entry by ourvenus on May 24, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... the flowers have small and lesser blooms, and as our campsite overlooks the mighty Colorado River, it now resembles a small "feeder river" with sand bars of brush along the riverbanks. We need a good rain.

Historically, the city of Columbus, Texas is the origin of the “Cotton Road"--the beginning of rail transport of cotton to Mexico, to be shipped on to England. In the 1850's Columbus had an opera house, a large trade market, the ...

Quiet Day

A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Feb 23, 2014

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Just a quiet day. Trudy fixed great breakfast casseroles, Ed and Gene settled down to watch the Daytona race, the rains came to Daytona, the girls went shopping. Not much happening. Had some good Mexican food at La Finca, came back and watched the race, finally restarted. Tomorrow we start our big push for Florida. Hope to be there Tuesday evening.
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