Greyline tour to Galveston

Trip Start Jan 01, 2014
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Trip End Dec 31, 2014


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Where I stayed
Marriott's Residence Inn, Houston

Flag of United States  , Texas
Monday, October 26, 1987

Galveston map

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Since my wife was busy with her studies, I took the Greyline bus to Galveston for a one day visit.
Galveston was more interesting than what I expected.  Some decades later, my niece worked at the hospital in Galveston as a Neurologist, but have since then moved to Phoenix. 

From galveston.com:
"The best way to connect to Galveston's past is by an excursion through one of its historic districts, or a tour of one of the historic homes that are open to the public. Stroll through the 36-square-block area of downtown Galveston, exploring the enticing shops on The Strand, the waterfront district, and the docks for the cruise lines), and the trendy Postoffice Arts District. Pick up one of Galveston Historical Foundation's excellent brochures.
Museum's abound, whether you fancy land, sea, or air - from the art deco Railroad Museum at the foot of The Strand, to the Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig and Museum on Pier 20, to the Lone Star Flight Museum (next to Moody Gardens), and the Texas Seaport Museum on Pier 21 featuring the Tall Ship Elissa round out the Island's collection."









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