Passport Inn Houston

8505 North Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77037, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Houston

Rodeo/Carnival & arrival of the In-Laws

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad

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... as well as one big 'free' bbq for the general public; the livestock and crafts competition (animals, sewing, baking, writing etc submitted for judging) and the rodeo - bull and sheep riding.
We got there about 3.30pm as agreed, but the others who were on the usual Texan time arrived about an hour later. As our tickets were only for the bbq zone and the carnival area, we headed straight to the rides. The kids thought they were fantastic - some were similar ...

1 day before we leave on the Carnival Magic

A travel blog entry by joyf

The hype is building as we pack our bags for our 7 day cruise on the Carnival Magic leaving from Galveston, Texas. Checking and double checking the weather as heavy fog is expected tomorrow to delay the arrival of the Magic. We are hoping & praying that it clears & all will be on time. We are due to set sail at ...

Back In Houston, Texas

A travel blog entry by rozbp

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... in the lobby for some liquid refreshments, pretzels, trail mix and popcorn. We didn’t make it to Broussards because of traffic and it was so far out of the way to the hotel, so Rosalind settles for a bowl of soup and I had a Whataburger.

The last thing we talked about before going to bed was that if she didn’t feel better in the morning, she needed to see a doctor.

NOTE: Not many good photo opportunities for the trip home. ...

BABY RAMSEY!!!

A travel blog entry by jen.greening

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... was excited for Swedish pancakes! We found the IHOP without incident. I ordered my Swedish pancakes and proceeded to drink a pot of coffee to myself. Lack of sleep was catching up to me. Kristin laughed and anticipated that I'd be wired for the rest of the day. I was hoping for that or else I would be a crumpled pile of sleepy on the floor. My pancakes arrived, and they were weird, but edible. You can't screw up breakfast too much! We finished ...

I don't want to leave

A travel blog entry by thespeck

... talking to my seatmate, an older American, about my trip and he seemed to be seriously considering moving to Panama and buying a boat. My layover in Houston was only about an hour and a half and I had to go from one wing of the airport, retrieve my bag, go through customs, check my bag and make it to the other wing before my flight took off. Needless to say I was busy and did not see much of the ...

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This hotel, located in the North Houston area of Houston, is near Metro.
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