HYATT house Houston/Energy Corridor

Address: 15405 Katy Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77094, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Westside area of Houston, is near Bear Creek War Monument, Glazed Over Ceramic Studios, and Ho Chi Minh Trails.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    The Countdown is On! 3 days!

    A travel blog entry by maddogtj on Jul 31, 2015

    So, I guess I should start figuring out what clothes to take. I'm struggling with packing sweaters and jackets when our heat index is 105! Needless to say, I am looking forward to some cooler weather. It's a great time to leave this Houston heat behind! Overview: On Monday (8/3/15), we will fly overnight to Amsterdam and then on to Copenhagen where we will board the Windstar ...

    To Blog or Not To Blog?

    A travel blog entry by maddogtj on Jul 28, 2015

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    After reading some friends' travel blog of their honeymoon trip and dining experiences on an app called TravelPod, I think I'm gonna give it a try. Why not? Electronic or paper? Why not both! I recently received a lovely Travel Journal from a friend that I just love, so my plans for this upcoming trip are to document ...

    Today in Houston

    A travel blog entry by warren.orlandi on Jul 27, 2015

    ... and about 20 churches along the way - so I though why not. I took my walk.

    It was a good old store that had a lot of junk. They call it a general store. I went in, feeling perfectly safe, and got a few things. Now it was hard to find food that was not processed or had added sugar or fats. I grabbed some canned fruit and though okay - time to go to the checkout. The clerk was a large ...

    Just hit Texas

    A travel blog entry by rubyredlips on Oct 14, 2014

    ... her mom, my aunt Mary when I was 17 years old. I got out the airport and saw her standing waiting for me she just had to be my fathers sister, she was the image of him. GIna was aunt Mary's image. We ran towards each other arms wide open. We embraced and it felt like family - everything I wanted it to be but scared it wouldn't be. I feel into a bubble of surrealism. I knew I was living the moment but it just didn't feel like it. We jumped into the truck and headed to ...

    Incoherent ramblings

    A travel blog entry by spenny_stubbs on May 03, 2014


    ... it somewhat ironic these groups that go to help. Though I don’t doubt their intentions a quick lesson in history would show how American involvement in central and south America has caused so much harm. For many history was some boring class you had to take in grade 10. I remember my history classes, my teacher at the time had a reputation for bad body odor, and it wasn't a male professor… Still I think history has much to teach us to understand ...