Ramada Houston Southwest

Address: 6885 Southwest Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77074, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Sharpstown area of Houston, is near The Galleria, Water Wall, Dave and Buster's, and Polar Ice Galleria.
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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 ...

Setting Off Part 1

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Jan 07, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

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There are 17 species of penguins, but only four inhabit the Antarctic region. The Adélie penguin is named for the wife of the French explorer Jules Dumont d'Urville who discovered them in the mid-1840s. They are black and white with little other colouring. These penguins grow to 46 cm to 71 cm (18 in to 28 in) ...

A Day of Arts and Sciences (well, sort of...)

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... on this film, and assuming it is reasonably true to the novel, I would say that this novel is very much the same caliber of the other one. Interesting, complex, and believable characters. There was a real surprise in the plot--something I seldom see any more in the age of derivative plots. It is a tear-jerker (as was Looking for Alaska), but it is not syrupy. It is emotional, but not overly sentimental. And the ...

CYC/Johnson Space Centre, Houston

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Jan 19, 2014

12 photos

... and their son Logan (12 yrs) had a wonderful time together - wrestling, playing hide and seek chasey with his pop gun and looking at Logan's shooting rifle (an item of great interest to Matt!). Deer and wild pigs have become such a problem over there that the government have certain times of the year where they try to cull them. Whatever they kill they butcher and use for meat - so it's quite a bonus for people to shoot their own meat for the season.
Had ...