La Quinta Inn & Suites Houston Clay Road

Address: 4424 Westway Park Blvd, Houston, Texas, 77041, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Northwest Houston area of Houston, is near Military Museum of Texas, Texas Rock Gym, Pine Crest Golf Club, and Bear Creek War Monument.
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn & Suites Houston Clay Road

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Travel Blogs from Houston

A little more New Orleans

A travel blog entry by akgraff on Jul 07, 2015

... found a Lululemon and did a little shopping. Tami took me to get an english donut, (beignet) which is a must try. We took a little nap after that. After getting some much needed rest, we headed to Poppy's Crazy Lobster for some more local fare - red beans and rice for Tami and some gumbo for me. I swear there isn't enough time in the day for ...

New Orleans!

A travel blog entry by akgraff on Jul 06, 2015

... by the river and made our way to bourbon street. I had a "Big Ass beer" and took in some serious people watching! The area seems like it is on the edge of complete chaos! After our fill of craziness, we headed over to Harrahs to play some slot machines. We didn't hit in big, so we returned to the hotel and called it a ...

NASA

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 20, 2015

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... we boarded a large tour bus. It was a 25 minute ride to the lab but well worth it. Astronauts don their spacesuits and work underwater learning to move around, handle tools, make repairs, etc in a neutral buoyancy environment. It isn't like the weightlessness they will experience in space, but it is a better learning environment than land because buoyancy offsets the force of gravity. An astronaut who is neutrally buoyant will neither float nor sink. (I hope you are ...

From the Sublime to the (Somewhat) Ridiculous

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 27, 2014

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... space station. Five divers go down with each astronaut--two are in charge of safety, two observe the work the astronaut is doing, and one films the whole thing. A whole group of mission control people work in a room above the pool. There was someone in the pool while we were there, and our tour guide says that this is not always the case.

After that stop, we went to lunch in the NASA lunch room, hobnobbing with who knows ...

Phew! We're in Texas

A travel blog entry by gotwings on Feb 10, 2014

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... us travelling such a long distance with no stops except quick transits through airports.

Landing in Houston was an experience. As we began our descent, blue skies prevailed however we quickly became enveloped in cloud and moderate turbulence.

We waited and waited to see the ground loom up under us, but before we could see the ground we were on it!

We touched down about 7.30am on Monday 10th (Central Time).

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