Value Place La Porte
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... for the Orion programme, which will see people land on Mars in the mid 2030s. It was a really interesting building and cool to see actual workers doing their stuff. Third stop on the tour was a look at a rocket that was built for the Apollo programme but never got launched due to funding being pulled. It was interesting to hear the retired rocket scientist talk about the three stages of the rocket and what powers each of them. The rocket is ...
... a weekend so the traffic was not too bad. Seabrook is a really nice seaside town. For dinner we found an independent restaurant called Seabrook Classic Cafe. Sam had crab cakes and I had chicken schnitzel, and we shared a homemade key lime pie for dessert. The food was really yummy and there were lots of locals both eating in and taking out so it was a good ...
... as it was centrally located to the attractions we wanted to see. We stayed here a week.
Our first day of being tourists was spent at the San Jacinto Battlefield and USS Texas Battleship. We were very moved by the story of the Alamo and were excited to see the final battleground where Texas actually won their independence. The monument on site rises 570 feet above the battlefield and is a tribute to the men who fought so hard for ...
... site helped), I should have paid a little more attention to its location relative to the things we were going to want to do. It would have saved us a lot of time driving back and forth across Houston almost every day.
And there was lots to do...some of it even free. Once the weather warmed up we packed a picnic and went biking around Hermann Park and the local trail system. We took advantage ...
... hurricane floorings.
The Islands are connected by a free ferry that runs 24/7, and one from Galveston Island to the mainland too. We took advantage of them, saved us miles, avoided Houston and was a quick hop into Louisiana still traveling the TX Bird Trail. We saw lots of migratory birds, eagles, hawks, Cara Cara, a raptor native to TX and a variety of cranes: sand hill and whooping grazing in fields along side cows.