Americas Best Value Inn / Texas City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... certainly campesino. Melo spoke for 2 1/2 hours, without notes. Twice he asked if people wanted a break and the group insisted that he continue. Melo gave a summary of the history of Honduras from 1911 to the present, so that what is happening now could be understood not as a phenomena but as the natural consequence of how the country has developed since the American banana companies took over the country using the local oligarchy as their surrogates. Towards the end, as Melo spoke ...
... this time in prison Chabelo was sometimes housed separate from the main prison population when it was learned that there was a contract out to kill Chabelo in prison. Again the second trial was appealed and overturned by the Supreme Court, but again Chabelo remained in prison pending a third trial scheduled for late September 2015. Then on July 24, a special tribunal of three judges heard an appeal of the continued imprisonment of Chabelo and ordered that ...
... We all flew into Houston, TX and stayed the night at a nearby airport. Super Shuttle provided us with a point to point transfer to the Galveston cruise terminal the next morning. We arrived early, and all in all, we were one of the first group of people on the ship within about an hour! This allowed for us to feel like we all had a full extra day to enjoy on board, as opposed to arriving mid afternoon and being herded like cattle among hundreds ...
I just wanted to recommend Ken at Vergent Communications. We recently did a network upgrade, during which we decided to switch
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transition was seamless, and we saved money in the process. I almost feel like I ought to go in and ask for a raise now! Lol! Thanks, Vergent! I
... houses a dark room. Your eyes adjust and a glass chapel encases 13th century art with the perfect amount of lighting to showcase it's magnificent beauty. It's such an ironic blend of old vs new but it works beautifully. That was a delightful surprise. The Rothko Chapel was the complete opposite of "Wow." It's more like, "Huh?" Keep in mind we had no idea what it was meant to represent and in hindsight, I get it. I'm not familiar with Rothko's work but in this ...