Motel 6 Houston Northwest
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... found a Lululemon and did a little shopping. Tami took me to get an english donut, (beignet) which is a must try. We took a little nap after that. After getting some much needed rest, we headed to Poppy's Crazy Lobster for some more local fare - red beans and rice for Tami and some gumbo for me. I swear there isn't enough time in the day for ...
... by the river and made our way to bourbon street. I had a "Big Ass beer" and took in some serious people watching! The area seems like it is on the edge of complete chaos! After our fill of craziness, we headed over to Harrahs to play some slot machines. We didn't hit in big, so we returned to the hotel and called it a ...
... of NASA’s most precious objects: The shuttle Galileo, from the Starship Enterprise! The actual shuttle, built for the show and featured in 7 episodes, has been restored to pristine condition and donated to NASA, who has it on display. We took many photos of that, needless to say!
All in all, this was an extremely enjoyable experience and I recommend it highly if you are in Houston.
From that excellent adventure, ...
... Seems to work ok. The other day the traffic lights were out on one road and everyone reverted to the 4 way stop sign process which I thought was a good alternative.
That's all I can think of for now.
Things we like here:
turn right at any time if safe (even at a red signal)
drive through ATM's
the Americans' accent
lots of organic options at reasonable ...
... ten things we'd go to see. The exception to that rule was the Mesa Verde National Park - maybe because we bought a National Park Pass so could get in for free. The park itself is rather boring compared to the others we have visited over the last week. What made this one so fascinating is the 1000 year old structures created by the Ancestral Pueblo people. Summing up a few thousand year old culture, these tribes built elaborate stone communities in the sheltered alcoves ...