Scottish Inn & Suites Humble

Address: 14835 Eastex Freeway, Humble, Texas, 77396, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 14835 Eastex Freeway, Humble, is near Tour 18 Houston, Redstone Golf Club, and Police Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Scottish Inn & Suites Humble

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Travel Blogs from Humble

A little more New Orleans

A travel blog entry by akgraff on Jul 07, 2015

I started off my day with some golfing at the English Turn Golf and Country Club. I found a great deal on "Golf-Now" only to find out rental clubs were crazy priced. I had a fun round regardless. Tami enjoyed the pool while I was away. I joined her there upon my return. The concierge guys were very helpful finding good places to eat. After ...

New Orleans!

A travel blog entry by akgraff on Jul 06, 2015

Before leaving Memphis, we needed to do laundry... badly! While waiting for the washing machines to finish, we found a Ms. Pac-man game and I got to witness Tami's video game skills! After a drying/folding/packing session, we bounded down to New Orleans. After checking in, we spent a little time at the pool. Then we headed ...


A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 22, 2014

... but that was all that was around other than The Galleria which was too high end. I had some porridge and sultanas and brown sugar this morning for breakfast which was nice. Andrew had toast, cereal and yoghurt. We entered Galveston Island at 9.00 am. The bridge was cement and very wide, we could see massive oil refineries out to our left and some beautiful homes on the islands edge on the right with coloured pyramids for the showing of an aquarium, 3D IMAX and Botanical ...

Flying DCA-IAH

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Apr 16, 2012

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... Clayton Parkway.

There was drama when a huge crowd approached the shuttle bus as it pulled up to the loading zone. The 15 or so seats on the bus were quickly taken, and then the bus driver didn’t want to let anybody else on even though there was room for several standees and their luggage. In front of me was a man who appeared to be an orthodox Jew. He had his wife and two or three young children in tow, and began arguing with the bus ...

Houston: Another Problem

A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Sep 22, 2011

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... I also caught sight of the horror by looking in his direction at the wrong time and seeing the evacuation mid-flow. I’ve not seen or heard that since Southeast Asia, and even then they did it in the gutter rather than where people walked. I got off the train at the station I’d boarded at, thinking that the Greek restaurant Catherine had recommended on Montrose would be parallel to the Main Street stop. It wasn’t.