Oakwood At Old Farm

2500 Old Farm Road, Houston, Texas, 77063, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $86.00
 

Travel Blogs from Houston

Three Day Potty Training

A travel blog entry by birdhelen1

... illumination regarding how to avert and conquer constipation, ways to potty-train a young child with autism and how to journey having a newly toilet-trained kid. As though that's not enough, it incorporates the assistance of the day care giver, making sure everyone work towards ideal development for their children. These are some of the elements that a person who plans to buy 3 day education systems should consider. 3 day ...

Slowly Westward

A travel blog entry by mrear99

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9

... galore may have looked askance as I approached and politely asked the question every mechanic hates, “Can I borrow some tools?” Between the meager wheel chair tool kit we had and the borrowed tools, Paula and I managed to follow most of the directions and assembled the rack with only a dozen or so extra washers and a team building exercise completed with only a bit of temporary emotional damage.

From there we headed off the beaten ...

Day 14 - Back to Houston

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon

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... for other parts of the world, it also made us realize how much we love and value our home in Houston. We're really excited to be back in Houston (less excited to go back to work on Monday) and we're already thinking about next year's international trip. Not sure exactly where we'll go or what we'll do, but we promise to go somewhere new to experience new things and enjoy more quality time ...

Houston

A travel blog entry by tpress29

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... for the mission control tour. I lined up, got my picture taken and climbed aboard the tram. The tour took us past rocket park and into the space centre. We were told we would be exploring rocket park on our way back. We drive through the still very active space centre and into mission control. We climb the stairs and into the very mission control centre that was used through all the space programs from the 60s to the 80s. All the original equipment from the ...

Texas is funny

A travel blog entry by jackyandaaron

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Everything is huge in Texas! Especially the cars and roads and shopping malls and portion sizes at dinner. highlights included: waffle in the shape of Texas at bbreakfast watching the basketball with Texas Jim black Friday sales at the mall ihop (international house of pancakes) for breakfast overall though, it was a pretty charmless car based city....and I couldn't seem to find and decent Texas BBQ places anywhere. Cheap running shoes though ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Westside area of Houston, is near The Galleria, Dave and Buster's, Polar Ice Galleria, and Williams Tower.
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