Travel Blogs from Houston, United States

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Amanda Rose is a cutie!, Houston, United States travel blog

Amanda Rose is a cutie!

A travel blog entry by irv2

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... is a town I could live in.  Just the right size, clean, friendly people and easy to navigate.  We drove on to Houston to visit Gordy's cousin, Delores and her husband, Gus.  It had been years since we had seen them, and they have added a ...

Cancelled flight and problem solving, Houston, United States travel blog

Cancelled flight and problem solving

A travel blog entry by ahartry

... and I, checking our email, realized that we had been booked on different flights. I was scheduled to leave around 11pm, go through Houston, and arrive at 6am. Paul was schedule to leave around midnight, go through Chicago, and arrive around noon. When we ...

Angry Dragon, Scuba Diver and Rockets, Houston, United States travel blog

Angry Dragon, Scuba Diver and Rockets

A travel blog entry by nicjdav

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... upcoming house warming Texas BBQ (more about that nearer the time). The weekend was capped off at our first NBA game, Houston Rockets vs LA Clippers (not the lakers) and yes there are two LA teams.  Great game, really close, went to Extra ...

The Eggplant is Very Good, Houston/Galveston, United States travel blog

The Eggplant is Very Good

A travel blog entry by tim_and_sally

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... pier, talked to a fisherman for a bit, then headed home. This morning we got up, Waffle-Housed our breakfast, headed back into Houston (still six lanes, and you'd better move your ass...), and got to the Quinn's house at 10 am. Daniel Quinn and his ...

The Final Countdown, Houston, United States travel blog

The Final Countdown

A travel blog entry by seoul2soul

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These next three days are about to zip right past me. It's been really cool being able to spend the last few days with family. Oddly enough, I don't get a chance to be with them often because I've lived in different cities than my immediate family for ...

Lunch with Cat Cora, Houston, United States travel blog

Lunch with Cat Cora

A travel blog entry by n_d_family

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As the third largest US city, Houston may lag behind LA in population. However, Bush International definitely has LAX beat when it comes to food. We ate at Cat Cora's Kitchen. (For those of you who do not watch Food Network, Cat Cora is the first female ...

Houston, we have a problem, Dallas / Fort Worth, United States travel blog

Houston, we have a problem

A travel blog entry by imfree

... on a mission to save as much money as possible.  To avoid paying for an expeditor, I drove the five hours to Houston and stayed with relatives Sunday night.  Monday morning started off great...arrived when the Chinese consulate opened, near the ...

Scout bar, Houston, United States travel blog

Scout bar

A travel blog entry by sandesande

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Movie: Guardians of the Galaxy, Houston, United States travel blog

Movie: Guardians of the Galaxy

A travel blog entry by unfitunfettered

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... 8.75 weekend price at Rosenberg Cinemark (it's nice that Rosenberg's theatre is a few bucks cheaper than your average Houston theatre--that's because it's a small theatre with seats that haven't been updated in over a decade). Still experiencing jet lag ...

Houston, Houston, United States travel blog

Houston

A travel blog entry by woolly

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