Scottish Inns Houston-Westcott St
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Arriving at the container port of Houston, all we could see at first were massive container/cargo ships, but soon we caught sight of the Norwegion Jewel and we both relaxed. The hectic part of our trip is done!
After we saw the snaking lines of passengers waiting to check in, we realized EVERYbody waited until noon to arrive. Next time we will definitely arrive before the official time. As ...
Weather is a broken record, cloudy with a threat of rain. About an 80% threat of rain this afternoon. So we made plans for the morning.
First, we go downtown to Bayou Bend Collections and Gardens. It was the home of the daughter and sons of the first Texas native governor. His last name was Hogg. The sons were Michael, William, and James. The daughter was given a family name, Ima. Our guide on the tour ...
... 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 ...
... when the ceremony began. It was a small and quiet ceremony hosted by an American which sounded a little odd to me. There were 4 flag polls in front on the monument and only one was used, for an American flag. I initially didn't see an Aussie flag but later found it on a small poll behind the monument. It was a dishevelled affair. The American who spoke first tended to make his opening announcement personalised and toward people he knew, making quips with a wide ...
Walked to a little bakery for breakfast this morning and had wonderful streudal. Walked to Mathias church, the funicular, and the President's house. We visited the hospital in the rock. This hospital was used during World War II to treat the German and Hungarian soldiers. It is built into the side of the mountain under the old castle. Homes on the hill had a cave system under them where they used to store food and wine. They decided to connect these abandon caves ...