La Quinta Inn Clute Lake Jackson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... carved out of wood in their garden. They are beautiful. And the Victoria houses in Galveston are amazing . We also visited Moody Gardens, which was a nice experience.
We were hoping to go scuba diving in Galveston but it is soooo expensive to do that there. About $200 for two dives in dirty water. We thought we'd pass.
... We also had a dip in Barton Pool where the water is 68 degrees all year round. One morning we went to San Antonio to visit the Alamo. In 1836 the Alamo was under attack from Mexican soldiers and almost everyone inside died. It was very interesting to visit the place. After Austin we went to Houston where we visited the museum of funeral history. A very interesting ...
... We choose Salt Grass Steakhouse, Beaumont, TX (http://www.saltgrass.com/). It is good steak. would I eat there again or recommend it to someone else? Maybe.
John befriends our next door neighbor, Tom, and tells him about our puzzling hot water heater woes. He appears at our door a few hours later with a fuse in his hand! John gratefully tries it out, sure that it will fix the problem. ...
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. ...
... the camp stove burning, so we went to bed without any dinner. It was a wild and windy night but we survived warm and dry.
The next day, Saturday, we joined a small group for a nature walk led by two knowledgeable volunteers. They took us to the beach on the Gulf, where we explored the massive piles of sargassum that washes ashore. We had various devices to help sift through the sand and foliage to help find ...