Jesse H. Jones Rotary House International
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... After the tour we looked at the space artefacts and watched a few movies/documentaries. There isn't as much to see and do at the center compared to Kennedy so we left at about 3pm a little disappointed (spoiled perhaps at going to Kennedy first). For dinner we got some Chinese food and called it a night. The Chinese good wasn't that good - Sam had Mongolian Chicken (lots of onion) and I had sweet and sour pork (too sweet, or not enough sour ...
... a weekend so the traffic was not too bad. Seabrook is a really nice seaside town. For dinner we found an independent restaurant called Seabrook Classic Cafe. Sam had crab cakes and I had chicken schnitzel, and we shared a homemade key lime pie for dessert. The food was really yummy and there were lots of locals both eating in and taking out so it was a good ...
To sleep, the astronauts hang in sleeping bags so they don't float away, seeing the trouble they have to shower I think Mike would probably not bother the whole flight.
The second part of the tour took us into the current expedition to Mars and the detail planning that is going on for what looks like the first passenger flight, this will take 6 months, much shorter then first ...
... were predicted all day (my weather app sent a series of alerts threatening storms beginning at 12:15, then 3;00, then 5:00, then 6:30, so it was looking like they’d get here right about movie time), but we seem to have lucked out.
The movies were The Fault is in Our Stars, and The Edge of Tomorrow, a rather bizarre combination: tear-jerker about teenagers with cancer and a science-fiction war ...
... by Exxon!
Experienced the full wrath of Houston rush hour as we headed back to our hotel in the 5pm commute. Our 30 minute journey ride into the city was turned into a 90 minute journey home. I have no idea how people can sit in this traffic everyday.
I'm still waiting to see someone wearing a cowboy hat and I dare not order a steak if the hot dogs cost $12. So far Texas has been a major let down.