Hidden Oaks Bed and Breakfast

7808 Dixie Drive, Houston, Texas, 77087, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Southeast Houston area of Houston, is near Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, Orange Show Center for Visionary Art, Lawndale Art Center, and Shrine of the Black Madonna Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Houston

Amanda Rose is a cutie!

A travel blog entry by irv2 on Sep 09, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... spend a few hours with them and we had supper at Outback together, then we had to leave.

Not much else will be happening as we travel back to Florida, so there may not be any more postings. We have had a great trip, but I am ready to be home and get back to reality. Thanks for joining us on these blogs.


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Acne No More - My Real and Honest Acne No More Rev

A travel blog entry by patricamacdonn on Sep 03, 2014

... helping me get rid of acne, is that it takes a holistic
approach to treating acne from the inside out, which gets to the root cause
of acne. Acne No More is unlike most other acne care treatments out there
because it is not a medication, cream etc, rather it is a detailed course on
how to cleanse and detox your body that is so very important to curing
acne.


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Day 13 - Houston, Texas.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Sep 02, 2014

1 photo

... there are wheelchairs that are commonly used for disabled people with ceryblpasey to restrict them from moving, this helps them get used to working without moving much as the space suits weigh hell of a lot! Whilst in space astronauts have to exercise 3 hours per day so that their muscles don't come rely relax, that then reduces their rehab time to around 3 days once they arrive back on earth. Another part of the building workshop is where they are making the little robots ...

TEXAS!

A travel blog entry by funlou22 on May 14, 2014

24 photos

... about 1.5 hours from Houston and spent the day on the beach, exploring the esplanade and generally seeing what the town had to offer.

Houston is a huge Oil and Gas hub, one of Americas largest cities and was suprisingly easy to navigate. Although within the city itself there is not a great deal to see, we spent the day taking in the sights, visited a very beautiful in city ...

Phew! We're in Texas

A travel blog entry by gotwings on Feb 10, 2014

11 photos

... salt icecream cones which included soft pretzels of all things, mixed into the creamy goodness.

We then rolled home and it was pretty much time to hit the hay.

Not the best night's sleep as the jet lag was playing havoc with everyone's body clocks and Morgan announced at 3am ... "I'm not tired any more. Can you get up and play with me?" He then climbed into our bed, thrashed around for an hour and eventually went back to sleep.
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