Super 8 Deer Park

Address: 846 Center Street, Deer Park, Texas, 77536, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 846 Center Street, Deer Park, is near Battleship Texas and San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site.
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      Travel Blogs from Deer Park

      Arrive home

      A travel blog entry by patdowers on Nov 05, 2014

      Arrived sydney airport 8.37am 3 minutes early. Made it through customs no problems. Came out could not find callum, rang him he was at the wrong gate, he was happy to see me and I was to see him. Said goodbye to robyn and thanked her for a great holiday. In the car callum starts to tell me of the fight he had with Kaylah, nothing has change still in the middle of the two of them cursing and fight at each other. Welcome ...

      Last day do trip

      A travel blog entry by patdowers on Nov 03, 2014

      Today is the last day of our holiday in usa, would love to stay longer and travel som more. Everything packed, bags are pretty heavy just waiting to go to airport, Flight leaves at 7 pm so I think we will just go to the airport as we need to be out of hotel by midday. Got to airport about 1.30pm sat around and waited for flight to la. Arrived la about 30 minutes late but made the flight to sydney ...

      Day 7-Trip To Galveston

      A travel blog entry by brad_rusnak on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... to plunk down $20 a pound for fish. One economical option popping up at many stores is swai, which is native to Southeast Asia—Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia—and sells locally for around $3.99 a pound. Since I knew nothing about swai, I asked Gavin Gibbons, a spokesman for the National Fisheries Institute, for a primer. Gibbons explained that swai, along with basa and tra, two related varieties also appearing at more and more stores, belong to ...

      Cut Costs By Verifying Tire Pressures Routinely

      A travel blog entry by temper48flat on Jun 09, 2014

      ... is, then that is not true at all which is only to your favor. Of course not absolutely everything will be used today by you, and that is normal and quite typical. Everything is related in one way or another, and that is part of the beauty of it all. The best results will be from taking action on hard core facts, and then also seeing what can be done in other ways in a creative fashion. This is truly exciting stuff, and it will get even better later on as ...

      The land of plenty...

      A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Apr 15, 2011

      33 photos

      ... him down. He wouldn't ticket us but a ranger might. He did suggest another place that might be safer. Turns out to be the exact street we moved Big B to, after we got our ticket. What are the chances? Needless to say, that became one of our frequent parking/sleeping spots.

      We took our time visiting most of the museums. The Fine Arts Museum was gold and the Holocaust left us yet again bewildered at the loss of ...