Summit Inn & Suites
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... their travels! We got on the road late afternoon and had about a two and a half hour drive towards Houston. We don't plan to visit Houston, but we needed to head east to cut off a few hours of our drive to New Orleans tomorrow. We found a nice state park to call our home for the night. Luckily the heat will break tonight and it should be beautiful the next few ...
... said that alligators grow approximately one foot per year and were most active in the spring because it was mating season.
Along a spillway, we walked across a bridge and could see another alligator sunning itself. While we were watching, it opened its mouth wide and just kept it open. We weren’t sure why it did that but it afforded a great view into his mouth. It stayed that way for a long time. We moved along and let ...
Good afternoon from Brookshire, Texas, just a short ways west of Houston. We chose this park because it is the closest to our friends, the Clark's, who live down the road apiece, in Fulshear.
We left San Antonio earlier today and made it here in about three hours. An easy day of driving for sure. Nearly all of the trip was on I-10. A fair amount of traffic was on the highway, as can be expected.
OK, so here is ...
... which is a village of about 250 people where we will spend the night. We wake up first thing in the morning and then get on a boat to go to Campanario. We will stay at Campanario which is on the Pacific Ocean beach, no roads, no electricity and just pure awesome. Litterally on the beach!!! We will be hearing the Howler Monkeys at night howl us to sleep while watching the Scarlet Macaws and the three toed sloth amaze us. I do not want ...
... back and forth through the metal detector, in addition to the full body scan.
Aboard, we settled in for our long flight home. To see if it was possible to avoid the "crushed" sensation of economy, I had paid a bit extra for KLM's "Comfort Seats." Actually, I had paid extra to have seats that provided a few inches of extra leg room and paid extra again, for seats that were only two abreast. In a separate cabin behind Business Class, there were about 10 rows ...