Travel Blogs from Galveston
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From there it was only 70 miles or so to Galveston TX. I went south on TX124 in Winnie TX to the beach and headed west. The oil wells are still pumping and there were wells very close to the beach. I road 40 or so miles along the water until I hit a FREE Ferry to Galveston.
The sun is shining, I am nearly done with this blog and might even get to walk around a little.
I got down here and ...
"Galveston, oh Galveston, I am so afraid of dying Before I dry the tears she's crying Before I watch your sea birds flying in the sun At Galveston, at Galveston." Glenn Campbell 1969 Walked from the camp to the Houston Audubon Bird Sanctuary at Boy Scout Woods. Unfortunately, all the birds had already migrated, and all we saw were a fluoro green lizard, lantana and mossies! Back to camp and then drove along the coast, the length of ...
Kids are off to school now it's our time. We go for breakfast and then head to the beach. The weather is amazingly hot, the water is unusually blue, Chris tells us that it is usually a mucky colour. We were hoping to go to the funfair but it doesn't open until tomorrow, so we decide to walk along the seafront and soak up some rays. There aren't a lot of people around after all this is Texas autumn but to us it is hotter than our summers. There are a few ...
The disembarkation process was very organized considering there were over 4000 people onboard. We were out of there in an hour.
Tip 1: to get off early, do the self-service which is when you take your own bags down as they get to get off first.
Tip 2: when ...
... Most of these homes looked new, so I assume most had been remodeled in some way after Hurricane Ike in 2008. There was still evidence of the devastation across this area; some homes left to decay on the far side of the beach road. John saw one sign at a condominium on the Galveston beach advertising units for $295,000.
We stayed at another City RV park, because it was also right on the beach. But, ...
Other places to stay in Galveston
7 Hope Blvd., Galveston | 4 star motelfrom $204
- People, Moody Gardens is for real. It is outstanding to say the least.
- A great Hotel and Resort
- Train wreck
1402 Seawall Blvd, Galveston | 2 star motelfrom $112
2825 61st Street, Galveston | 2 star motelfrom $78
- Clean, Great Staff, Pleasant Stay
- Clean and reasonable
- Don't go here
6107 Broadway, Galveston | 2 star motelfrom $53
2825 1/2 B 61st Street, Galveston | 1 star motelfrom $88
928 Ferry Road, Galveston | Motelfrom $107
7404 Avenue J, Galveston | 1 star motelfrom $58
201 Seawall Blvd., Galveston | Motelfrom $55
2027 25th Street, Galveston | Motelfrom $85