Sheraton Houston Brookhollow Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
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... along the queue for an hour, we could see other passengers onboard sitting on their balconies watching the rest of us poor saps. At least we had some nice folks to talk to and everybody was certainly in a good mood.
We finally got on board and to our stateroom on the 11th floor and it was all worth it. Annette splurged and got us a mini-suite with a balcony positioned kind of aft-ish of midship.
We did a little exploring and ...
... bore her name, Ima Hogg, with grace and dignity. She was a great collector and philanthropist who turned over her house and decorative arts collection to the art museum in the 1970s. It's a huge house where each room is decorated in the style and form of a different time period in American history from Colonial to mid-1900th century. It’s an outstanding collection of only the very best of ...
... have been retired. America has partnerships with many countries including Russia for space explorations. There was also Space X equipment there. Next stop was some rockets that we could walk around. The best was the Saturn 5 rocket that was lying on its side. It took 5+ minutes to walk the length and back. It’s a really big rocket. Overall, the tour was OK, but not great. The second tour ...
... is suppose to be a humble and solum occasion. The officer in the army uniform made an excellent speech. Then the last post. A sound guy was standing right next to Dias, fat and sweating profusely with the effort just to stand still in the cool morning air, he played the last post and all was still. Even early morning joggers stopped on hearing it. The pause for the minute silence began and the American announced the minute silence and the sound guy began to play ...
... a multi- tunnel hospital with its own ventilation system. This hospital was used in the 1950's during the Hungarian Revolution. Most recently it was used as a nuclear fallout shelter. During World War II, they went without water and power for several weeks in the hospital so disease and infections spread rapidly. Until recently a caretaker family lived in this hospital with their children riding their bikes through the tunnels. At the President's residence, ...