TownePlace Suites Lake Jackson/Clute

Address: 1003 West Highway 332, Clute, Texas, 77531, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1003 West Highway 332, Clute, is near Wilderness Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Clute

    Houston we have no problem

    A travel blog entry by kempenkolk on Aug 11, 2015

    5 photos

    ... We also had a dip in Barton Pool where the water is 68 degrees all year round. One morning we went to San Antonio to visit the Alamo. In 1836 the Alamo was under attack from Mexican soldiers and almost everyone inside died. It was very interesting to visit the place. After Austin we went to Houston where we visited the museum of funeral history. A very interesting ...

    Five Days in Beaumont, TX

    A travel blog entry by lela.engman on Feb 24, 2015

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... It doesn't heat. Lesson: Talk about your troubles - guys love to fix things! Also, it is good to befriend your RV neighbors. Tom also told us about our Livingston, LA RV park. Neighbors can be a wealth of information.

    Sunday is Race Day in John's world. In my world, it is wash day and blog day. The weather is humid and warm. We officially declare Life is Good and enjoy the ...

    Galveston State Park, Galveston, Texas

    A travel blog entry by philandlinda on Sep 10, 2014

    4 photos

    Meeting Dave and Linda at Galveston. The 1st time to the island for them. We enjoyed suggesting some of our favorite highlights.

    �� Wednesday Little Daddy's Gumbo
    �� Thursday Olympia for lunch
    �� Millers for dinner
    Our meals were very good.
    We saw the Great Storm and shopped the Strand.
    On Friday we saw the tree sculptures and the interesting homes while driving through the historic neighborhood. ...

    Up close and personal with Mother Nature

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on May 10, 2014

    22 photos

    ... living in the seaweed. Also floating in on the waves was a brightly colored purple blue object that looked like trash but turned out to be a Portuguese man o' war, the sting of which is very painful.
    The Galveston campground did not have WiFi available, so we headed into town to find a place to eat and to connect to the Internet. We again chose Landry's based on the excellent meal we had had in New Orleans. Back at ...


    A travel blog entry by aircor on Jan 12, 2014

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... done to

    Watching this I thought I should saunter up to the counter
    so I can pick up my order when it is ready. Come to find out our order is not
    in this wave, but will be served up in another 15. And so it goes wave after
    wave and I bet old chef and sous do well over 200 meals each and every night,
    just the 2 of them from 5 -7. Probably not a bad haul, and the hours are great.
    Much better than running a restaurant.

    Spent $20.00