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Our main reason for being in Houston was to visit the Johnson Space Center (JSC). We arrived at 10am and got a spot right by the entrance, because there were not many people there. We immediately jumped on the site tour. First stop was the actual ground control center used for the 60s to 80s rocket launches. The current ground control center is one floor down. Second stop on the tour was a building where they are developing vehicles and ...
... 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 ...
... the quiet bits! -
Food - popcorn, hotdogs and nachos!
Things moved up a notch Saturday night with the most amzing Sushi from UniSushi in the Woodlands. The sushi and sashimi is all you will ever want to eat and if you only try one thing (which you won't) then try the angry dragon, yellowtail, jalapenos and cilantro in nori, rolled in habanero tobiko and ponzu sauce washed ...
When heading to Galveston, my boyfriend never told me that we would be seeing the Kemah Boardwalk. I heard a little about it and because we were traveling at the later part of October, I never thought that we would not get to see a lot or be engaged in a lot of activities.
Kemah was awesome. The boardwalk was pretty fun with carnival rides, and hot food, shops and resturants. We decided to duck in ...
Again, written several days after the events actually took place...
So one of my best friends from Louisiana was getting married in June and without a doubt I knew I was going to be there regardless of my location at the time (be it Australia or Brazil).
The way the visa works in Brazil for Americans is that you are initially allowed a 3 month (90 day stay). After that time, you can either leave or get and extension of ...