Dacoma Inn

4949 Dacoma Street, Houston, Texas, 77092, United States | Inn
 

Travel Blogs from Houston

Three Day Potty Training

A travel blog entry by birdhelen1

... also deviate to some extent dependant on the age of a youngster. This is particularly a very imperative factor for those planning to get them. Simply because overlooking the age of the child specially when starting this training is self-defeating logic. It will simply lead you to a "square dowel in a circular hole" state. It is because 3 day toilet training features akin to addressing night-time mishaps, addressing ...

Slowly Westward

A travel blog entry by mrear99

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... went to Fanning Springs. Although it was quite crowded for it being the 4thof July weekend, we found a spot to park, changed into swim suits and then made our way down to the spring. The outside temperature was well into the sticky 90’s. We knew the park ranger’s stock answer for the water temperature: “72 degrees year round” and looked forward to the enjoyably shock of refreshment. Isabelle was chuffed with her newish ...

Last day in Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by ltroxel

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Went to visit Hamlet's castle, spitting distance from Sweden, drove down the coast back to Copenhagen (got a brief glimpse on the way of Karen Blixen's home and the Louisiana art museum - stuff for next time), and got back in time to take Liv and Hugo back to Tivoli for one last blow ...

Day 14 - Back to Houston

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon

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Fortunately, everything was on time for our flight home today. We took a taxi to Charles De Gaulle and departed right around 12:30pm. Our 8.5 hour flight to Washington, DC was fairly smooth (except for a little turbulence upon our descent). We got through customs and immigration really fast and headed back to the concourse to catch our flight to Houston. Coincidentally, our friends Donald and Luz ...

Rodeo/Carnival & arrival of the In-Laws

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad

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... area. The stadium alone seats 80,000 people and that's about 1/3 of the area of the whole Houston Rodeo. The planning and co-ordination that goes into an event of this size must be enormous. The number of people flocking there night after night for three weeks requires streamlined entries/exits, parking options, transport options blah, blah and it was pretty impressive. Heaps of 'staff' directing the crowds, signage for bus links leaving the rodeo - I've never ...

Location

This inn, located in the Northwest Houston area of Houston, is near The Galleria, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Memorial Park, and Houston Arboretum and Nature Center.
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