Friends House Hostel

Address: 1818 Lubbock #3, Houston, Texas, 77007, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 1818 Lubbock #3, Houston, is near Marshall Pottery, Wiley College, East Texas University, and Starr Mansion State Historical Park.
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Travel Blogs from Houston

Plan, plan, plan.... or not.

A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jun 09, 2014

There is planning happening in East Texas. But not much. At least not as much as someone may think there should be for a trip of this magnitude. Planning will happen along the way, we think. We have destinations in mind through October, but have not lined up many people to see ...

Obtain A Payday Loan

A travel blog entry by magicabel82 on May 12, 2014

Furthermore, this sort of loans can still be obtained by those folks who have a low credit score history. With its ease of availability and speedy procurement, a payday loan could be a very ...

Trippin on North

A travel blog entry by aircor on Apr 18, 2014

4 comments, 18 photos

... everyone has one for each
person, and most have another one for each vehicle, and some have one for each
room. It is a different culture. It is a different mind set. No, I do not feel
ever, that I need a gun when I travel, and I am never suspect of the areas I
stop in, and I do find that when we stay a night in Camp Wally World, where
ever that may be, we are treated with warmth and respect and mostly awe by
everyone we see. I usually set up a ...

A Whirlwind Week

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Mar 13, 2014

16 photos

... cowboys). Didn't mean much to us until we got there!!
Once seated, our waiter for the evening came over and explained how the meal was served. Beside each of our glasses was a paper disk - green on one side, red on the other.
We were to help ourselves to the soup, salad and hot food and when we were ready to try the various meats, we were to turn our disk, which was facing red side up, over to the green side. This was ...

The Road Trip Begins!

A travel blog entry by jeffrich12 on Dec 26, 2013

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Donna and I loaded up the puppies, Button the male Pekingese and Mandy the female Pekingese. They had the entire back of the Ford Expedition to themselves because I didn't have any fishing equipment (like our trips to Port Aransas). Normally, for the past seven years, we have gone to New Orleans on my birthday and stayed for four days to a week. Donna is tired of New Orleans so I decided to make this a road trip, planning on ending up in New Orleans for a night or two. So, here we ...