Motel 6 Freeport - Clute
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Well we have come to the final part of our road trip. We're stating with Brian and Adele whom we've met on our cruise to Antarctica. They are the reason we are doing this road trip, because they invited us to come over.
We visit some nice places in South Texas, For instance Galveston where we did the sculpture tour. Lots of people ...
We spent three nights in Austin, the capital of the state of Texas. . We visited the Capitol building , which is beautiful. It was built in 1888. We also visited the LBJ library and that was very interesting . Turns out LBJ was a funny guy. Another thing we did in Austin, is go to the bay bridge , where at sunset 1.5 million bats fly into the night to eat 2,000 pounds of ...
... Monday is cold (in the mid 30's with a wicked wind). Combine that with rain on and off all day and we have a perfect day for sightseeing. NOT!! We drive to Galveston anyway. The area was hit by Hurricane Ike 8 years ago and is recovering pretty well. Everything is new and eerily empty. Acre after acre of new home divisions are built along the beach - all of them built on stilts for ...
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 ...