Extended StayAmerica Houston Westchase

3200 West Sam Houston Parkway South, Houston, Texas, 77042, United States
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How much?

by Kbeasr

How much was snow whites casket? even just a range would help. somewhere between __ and __. i am doing a funeral project for school, and it sounds really strange but i am doing SNOW WHITE as my character because we can't chose real people and i need to know the cost of her casket. you do not have to tell me but it would be nice if someone new. thanks.

RE: How much?

by worldtravlr

To try and turn this into a touristy type question, Houston has a National Museum of Funeral History...perhaps they could provide an estimate. http://www.nmfh.org/

The glass coffin was built by her seven buddies (presumably for free), so you should only need to know the cost of materials.

Travel Tips for Houston

Here's a 'cultural' tip. If...

by SinKitty

Here's a 'cultural' tip. If you are gonna drive in Houston, be the BIGGEST *** you can. It's what we do best. If you go under 70 on the freeways, then for god's sake, GET OUT OF THE FAST LANE. This is our biggest pet peeve.

Small Specialty Shopping-Something Different

by msbrandysue about Old Town Spring

The old town of Spring, Texas is still alive with the old houses turned into quaint shops and specialty stores. The prices are quite high but it's especially fun around Christmas time to see the place decorated and hopping with busy shoppers. I like to go on quiet weekends to visit the local businesses and shop for one-of-a-kind gifts.

Old Town Spring offers restaurants, eateries, wine tastings, and more. So you can visit even if your pocket book is not very deep. The last two times I've spent three dollars total on a quick drink.

The streets are very packed so be careful. I would highly recommend the parking on the left of the shops. Take the right fork on the road and turn right at the first intersection. You'll see it on the right. That's the only place to park during their wine, crawfish, and Christmas festivals. During those times you might be charged to something like $3-5 to park but on off weekends I've never had to pay for parking. You can also try parking on the street if you're good at parrallel parking.

I enjoy the shop owners more than I do the merchandise. They are usually very friendly and helpful. It makes it hard to walk out empty handed though...

Old Town Spring also has two bathroom facilities. One up by the front of the area and another towards the parking area. They are not port-a-potties!! I hate those things... They have really cute items such as Texas memoriabilia, women's clothing, and figurines. Prices are more expensive than the mall but I don't go to spend a bunch of money. It's more the window shopping and experience

My favorite places to eat: ...

by c_mesteller

My favorite places to eat: Farrago, Daily Review Cafe, Americas, Mission Burrito. We have more renowned and upscale restaurants, but I think they are overpriced for what you get.
Farrago has great service and cozy atmosphere. Daily Review has a slightly different menu every day, so you can't get bored. Americas has decor that is what I would call 'rain forest on acid'. It has this Daliesque feeling to it. Eat at the Mission Burrito on West Alabama under the huge spreading live oak. Get whatever they have on special at Farrago, its always great. Daily Review makes a fabulous lamb stew, but all their menu items are very tasty, sort of comfort food with a flair. Americas is more upscale. I never leave there without being completely stuffed. Get the tres leches, its almost better than sex! Mission Burrito is totally fresh burritos and tacos tex-mex style.

Thai Cuisine Done Right!

by H-TownJourneyman about Sabai Thai Cafe

This tiny Thai restaurant within Chinatown of southwest Houston serves up some mighty scrumptious food, and for a great price! The place is very clean, and has a quaint atmosphere with lovely aquariums on the walls with beautiful tropical fish. The menu has an excellent variety of traditional Thai cuisine, the spring rolls, fried dumplings or one the many soups here make great appetizers. Entrees include an assortment of fish, pork, and chicken dishes. The drunken noodles, satay chcken, & roasted pork leg are wonderful. The sweet sticky rice is a good dessert to finish off the meal. And with cheap imported & domestic beers, an inexpensive lunch menu, and an extremely friendly staff, Sabai is a great choice to enjoy some Thai food here in town. Pineapple Fried Rice - Fried rice with pineapples and raisins

Tien-Hou Temple

by keeweechic

This temple celebrates the Chinese Goddess of Heaven. It is quite a colourful temple inside near Chinatown's shopping district.

Having lived in Asia I was quite surprised to find this temple in the heart of a major Texas city.


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