Red Roof Inn Houston East
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... salmon tartare and I had a ceasar salad with two huge anchovie filets reclining immodestly across it. We both had steak that was cooked to perfection and so big neither of us could finish. Great service and lovely food.
By 9:00 it seemed almost balmy outside so we took a little walk (Annette’s Misfit shows we walked 3.4 miles today) and then felt so proud of it we went to the Garden Café for soft serve ice cream.
Can’t wait for ...
... bore her name, Ima Hogg, with grace and dignity. She was a great collector and philanthropist who turned over her house and decorative arts collection to the art museum in the 1970s. It's a huge house where each room is decorated in the style and form of a different time period in American history from Colonial to mid-1900th century. It’s an outstanding collection of only the very best of ...
... a ride by buildings with the
guide telling us what went on in each building. We went into one building however where there were modules and training facilities, but there was nothing going on that we could see. A pretty quiet day at the training lab. One interesting thing was a Soyuz capsule and a Zarys module which are used to go back and forth to the International Space Station (ISS) now that ...
... it was my stuff in order to just pass the inspection. I am not sure my stuff was the real issue. Let's just say I never took them up on the free breakfast after I smelt burning one night and they fessed up to burning the eggs they were cooking in the kitchen ready for tomorrow's breakfast. Activities Houston space centre This includes a tram tour around the NASA grounds in Houston. -mission control room for Apollo missions including 11 with Neil Armstrong. We sat in the ...
... to the door, but not before getting scolded for cutting through the parking lot because that was a no-no. As mad as I was at this mess, the idea of placing an explosive device under the car of some low-level Indian diplomat was definitely not on my mind. Maybe Brian's.
We ascended the stairs and walked into what can only be described as a brighter and slightly bigger jail cell, we were immediately told to just sit down. There we sat for at least an hour and a half before ...