Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vidor South
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... a local Texas barbecue joint--"finally!" per Milo our meat eater. Afterward, we swam in the hotel pool.
We didn't even take any pictures today. Is there nothing interesting to report? Perhaps. Just south of here is a place called "Nederland", which is the Dutch way of spelling "Netherlands" and was founded by Dutch settlers. Still, however, ...
... boarded up all over the place, so we couldn’t even tell which houses were still lived in and which ones were vacant. Then, a few blocks later, it turned into the French Quarter, full of little shops, art galleries, and lots of people. We also noticed that there were a lot of homeless people. Lots of them had animals as well, asking for water and food. We often associate New Orleans with Mardi Gras and Bourbon Street, but sometimes we forget ...
... the Apollo spaceship, couldn't face another 2 queues. We got through around 4 and we had arranged to go out for dinner with friends Rob & Lisa but they lived north of Houston and the traffic was awful going into the city so by the time we would have got there & found somewhere to stay it would be really late so we had to let them know that we wouldn't make it, a real pity as we had been looking forward to seeing them again. We carry ...
... Houston about 4:15 and going in was OK, but then we had to drive through and out. That put a crimp in our time, but not too badly. There was only one time when we actually had to stop. By the time we left Houston in the rear view, it was close to 6pm and getting dark, but we kept pushing on.
We arrived at Gulf Coast RV Resort in Beaumont about 7pm and had to hook up in the dark, but we did and got everything inside settled. Now it's time for a good night sleep.
... conductor asked for her ticket, she didn't have one. She gave him $20 but he told her it was $48. She didn't have enough money, so after an argument he let her pay the "internet" rate which was $36. Both women looked to have some substance issues going on and both were probably in their 50's although it was hard to tell because they both looked to have a lot of "hard miles" on ...