Sun Suites Of Greenspoint
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... the safety/lifeboat drill. Immediately after, the ship set sail and we went poolside for a bowl of Sail Away Punch, watched kids in the pool and saw the port slowly slipping away.
Back in the stateroom, our bags had been delivered so we unpacked. This mini suite is about 50 sq ft bigger than the normal stateroom I remember from previous NCL cruises, but there is so much storage and nice amenities included.
Sitting on the balcony, ...
... 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 ...
Threat of rain today. Do I sound like a broken record? Gray clouds, but warm temperatures.
Luckily we’ll be inside most of the day.
This morning we braved the post-rush hour traffic to drive to the Johnson Space Center (JSC). We’re really looking forward to seeing it since we’ve also been to Cape Canaveral. Just getting into the center was slow. Once we got off the ...
Feels weird. Feels like I am going home yet I haven't been to this place for many many years. The day is breaking and I have just had my first fix of caffeine for the morning - everything is good. Once we hit San Antonio, we have a 4 hour bus trip to Houston. I think that is when nerves will set in, just now I am calm but excited. Onto the bus we go. 10 minutes later and we make a stop for some breakfast. My first banana pudding all trip, it's amazing, brings ...
... comes to mind. I'm going to be sailing for the majority of my travels, and as cool as the ocean is, it doesn't always make for the most exciting tales. "I saw a wave today, it was big" kinda gets old fast. If my ocean adventures did make for an epic tale I fear it may follow too closely the plot of Castaway. So you'll be stuck with my thoughts. I hope it doesn't come off as douchy or pretentious.
I've spent the past several months in Whistler where ...