La Quinta Inn & Suites Houston NASA Seabrook
Travel Blogs from Seabrook
... have a true place of origin, Minute Maid has glass for the entire wall behind the train tracks, which actually pull back with roof when it is open. It was much more natural light but since this was a night game it didn't last long. The game, which pitted two of the worst teams in the league against each, wasn't the centerpiece that definitely belonged to the stadium tonight.
Quick Hitters: First game of my trip that didn't have a ...
... your tire pressures after your car has been standing for a few hours after a period of driving. This will likely give time for the tires to cool down and enable you to take a more correct measurement. The tire pressures ought to be checked once a week. Repeat this and adhere to the tips given above and you will get far better mpg, cut costs and stay safe on the roads. There are any number of things that can cause unique challenges any time you are trying ...
... that occurs every evening creating a black shifting smoke like pattern in the sky. Visited another street we had been told about called Rainy st where a few years ago the people living their decided to convert their houses into bars but retaining the feeling it was still just someone's house. It's a load of houses with lights and people chilling out like a house party with about 15 open. We had a beer but feeling worn from the afternoon of beer drinking we gave up and went ...
...and still packing. This luggage we bought last year was a mistake, the bags can easily hold 70 pounds! 50 pounds hardly fills them up 3/4 of the way and all our stuff slides around...thinking of stuffing mine with blown up zip lock bags. Heather on the other hand keeps making trips from the closet and dropping stuff in both my bag and hers; she's been packing for 2 weeks already, how is there anything still left in her ...
Day 5: New Orleans and New Iberia After a leisurely check out of our room this morning,mew checked our bags and walked down a few blocks to the historic St. Charles streetcar. This is the streetcar that runs 7 miles across from the French Quarter past charming old period houses and past Tulane and Loyola Universities, through some of the business district to a residential area. It was worth doing, but a little disappointing as it was crowded, and halfway along we had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services