Palace Inn Spencer Highway

Address: 1622 Spencer Highway, South Houston, Texas, 77587, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1622 Spencer Highway, South Houston, is near Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, CITY HALL, Bay Oaks Country Club, and Pasadena Historical Museum.
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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

... 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 ...

Day 7-Trip To Galveston

A travel blog entry by brad_rusnak on Oct 26, 2014

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... as our vehicle was still there when we got back. The beach was nice. It appeared that they scrape the seaweed off of the beach. There were no rocks in the water just sand. I walked out quite some distance and was getting to mid torso level the found myself on a sand bar and was around knee level a few more steps out. The water was pretty warm so it didn't take me long to immerse myself in the ocean. We spent two hours on the beach munching on granola bars, chips and apples. It ...

New Orleans to Houston

A travel blog entry by cklroadtrip on Nov 02, 2011

1 comment, 19 photos

... and started drying out as we neared Houston. The miles of bridges gave way to ribbons of concrete creating a maze of interchanges and overpasses in the city that has just become the third largest in the United States, over taking Chicago.

Our hosts in Houston are Liz's nephew Imran his wife Samia and Picu the parrot. We were greeted with open arms and warm smiles, ...

Getting Ready

A travel blog entry by ymunchkin on Jul 11, 2011

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... in vancouver, and out into the ocean. While i stared out the window, I remembered everything i learned in my geography class, like how the tides of the ocean are formed by the gravitational pull of the moon. Also, i saw many Dolphins, and remembered this was the pacific ocean the we were on, which is the largest ocean, has 46% of earth's water, and has many ...