SpringHill Suites Houston Brookhollow
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Excitement and over-fatigue conspired to keep me from getting a good night's sleep, but I was still up at the crack of the Houston dawn to get this vacation STARTED already!
When we stepped out of the hotel, we saw a giant motorized shopping cart with seats to shuttle folks to the Fuddruckers restaurant.
We skipped breakfast, and hitched a ride to Sunset Body works here in the downtown area for our luxury pedicure. We enjoyed some ...
... 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 ...
... we pulled into the turn lane. There were 3 lanes going into the center and only one gate open. They need help here!! Twenty minutes later we got through the gate to the parking lot. There were lots of school groups, most very well behaved. It was the kids with families that seemed to run everywhere like wild children. Oh well!
We took one trolley tour to the training facilities. Mostly ...
... was moved back into this room when they moved mission control to one floor down. We weren't allowed in the mission control room, we were in the viewing room, and there was a live feed from the new mission control on the tv on the corner. They were supporting the international space station.
We climbed back on the tram and headed back to rocket park and stopped for a look. There was a series of smaller rockets out in front of a massively long shed. The rockets ...
Today we had a 5 hour bus ride from Austin to Houston leaving the Austin Greyhound bus station at 12.45. I had not planned this but luckily the bus station was only a short walk from our hotel right across the 95 highway. Check out was 11am, we were up at 9 for the free breakfast then packed our things and at 11am we checked out and walked to the bus station. I picked up the tickets and we waited a bit over and hour until boarding the bus. The 5 hours was a ...