Palms Motel

Address: 1628 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, Texas, 77550, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 1628 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, is near Bishop's Palace, East End Historic District, Treasure Isle Tour Train, and Rosenberg Library.
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Travel Blogs from Galveston

A day of rest

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 06, 2015

Day 5A day of rest at the Galveston Island State Park! I took the day off from driving and rested and rearranged my stuff. The bed in the back had become wet from the rainstorm the other day so I set everything out to dry well. In the afternoon I went for ...

Winding my way along the Mississippi Delta

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 05, 2015

... water and felt my feet on the ground. It reminded me to feel. Sensing the solidness of the earth beneath my feet and the vastness of the sky above and letting the world touch my heart. Letting go of the should’s, could’s and would’s and just being fully in the moment and softening to it.Port Arthur is a crazy big oil installation kind of ugly but then ...

Day Trip to Galveston

A travel blog entry by davegibson on Aug 24, 2013

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... to behold.

Whilst the 2x Dave's were gallivanting on their bikes, LJ stayed with Chris (Brenda turned up), Denny and Mushroom and they wander along the shop fronts around the pier. They were a weebit disappointed with what they had found - it was the usual tat that can be found in any sea-side town's shops. They then wandered up the beach and settled down having Iced-Tea in a small beach-side cafe, but not before mushroom had made them all laugh ...

Feb 12 - Checking things out

A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 12, 2012

2 comments, 5 photos

... a city until 1839. The move to make it a city was started by a Canadian - Michel B. Menard;
-- A hurricane struck Galveston in 1900. It is considered one of the deadliest natural disasters in U.S. history. There were 120 mph winds and a tidal surge that swept across the island, killing over 6,000 people;
-- In the aftermath of the hurricane, city leaders decided they needed strong protection from the sea. ...

Days 93 & 94 - Hwy 87 on Gulf of Mexico before Ike

A travel blog entry by jdcasazza on Nov 02, 2010

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Galveston and the Gulf of Mexico

Days 93 and 94, November 2 and 3, 2010 What used to be Hwy 87 on the Gulf of Mexico before Hurricane Ike
167 miles to Galveston on Day 93; 43 miles today
Elevation, sea level

Today is a windy and overcast day and waves are slapping against the shoreline in what can only be a feeble mimic of what Hurricane Ike did to tear up this road. We had originally planned on going further up the road ...

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