Americas Best Value Inn - Clute / Lake Jackson
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Clute
... went to Aransas , a wildlife park. Unfortunately it was ver hot so there weren's many birds flying. We did see some deer. And on the ferry to Port Aransas which is a beautiful place btw, we saw some dolphins.
We really enjoyed our stay in Texas. People were very friendly and the state is very beautiful. We will definitely be back one ...
... for instance had a coffin for three people in the 1940s. Their child had died and they were so devastated that the husband was going to kill the wife and then commit suicide so all three of them could be buried together , but they changed their minds . We also visited the space centre which was very interesting . One of the things we saw was old mission control. That was ...
... it is not a Minnesota lake! It is a man made canal for the local industrial park and a pit that has been stocked with catfish. But, it is surrounded by grass and bushes!
Saturday is a gray, drizzly and breezy kind of day. Not complaining, though. It is in the high 60s and I decide that this is the day to declare my Summer winter of 2015 and don capris and sandals for the first ...
Meeting Dave and Linda at Galveston. The 1st time to the island for them. We enjoyed suggesting some of our favorite highlights.
�� Wednesday Little Daddy's Gumbo
�� Thursday Olympia for lunch
�� Millers for dinner
Our meals were very good.
We saw the Great Storm and shopped the Strand.
On Friday we saw the tree sculptures and the interesting homes while driving through the historic neighborhood. ...
... we lighted a campfire and enjoyed the mild and windy evening.
Having decided that being near the Gulf was going to continue to be very windy, we headed inland. Along the way we stopped at Danevang, a small town established by Danish immigrants in 1895. The museum, unfortunately, was closed but we enjoyed the Danish surroundings and reading about the history on the various plaques displayed.
The night ...