Homewood Suites by Hilton Houston - Willowbrook Mall
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
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About a week and a half to go before our honeymoon. It seems like it came up really fast. I mean, at this time, last year, I was researching different places to stay at National Parks and trying to come up with a route...
Now we're leaving in a little more than a week.
I booked the car, about a month ago, we will be picking it up next week, we're renting an SUV, which should be ...
This is the basic plan (left out the small campgrounds and stuff) and for people who asked about sending me packages on the way I put **s next to the ones where I'm picking up my re-supplies, and there's a picture of a sample address attached to this entry:). 6/2- start in Banff, AB 6/14- Elkford, AB 6/16- Eureka, MT 6/21- Ovando, MT 6/24- ...
... I remember this from my SCUBA instructor training. LOL) I was interested in learning that every astronaut is accompanied by two scuba divers for safety reasons. I imagine that this could lead to a crowded pool - except this pool is huge! 202 feet long, 102 feet wide and 40 feet deep the pool holds 6.2 million gallons of water. There are mock ups of parts of the International Space Station submerged in it for astronaut training. This was a wonderful experience and I wish ...
We started in the Buoyancy Lab, which is a massive pool in which the astronauts train for EVAs (extra-vehicular activity, or, more colloquially, space walks). The pool is 220 yards long by 110 yards wide, by 40 feet deep. They put the astronauts in a suit with weights and can achieve neutral buoyancy--they neither sink nor float--and then the astronaut spends 7 hours underwater (the usual time of a space walk) working on a mockup ...
... us travelling such a long distance with no stops except quick transits through airports.
Landing in Houston was an experience. As we began our descent, blue skies prevailed however we quickly became enveloped in cloud and moderate turbulence.
We waited and waited to see the ground loom up under us, but before we could see the ground we were on it!
We touched down about 7.30am on Monday 10th (Central Time).