Homewood Suites Houston West-Energy Corridor

14450 Park Row Road, Houston, Texas, 77084, United States
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by Dirk64

Hi VT community,

I will stay in November for a 20 hour stopover in Houston. I booked a room in the Quality Inn Intercontinental Airport on Will Clayton Parkway.

Any recommendations for my stopover, regarding dining and nightlife ( bars, pubs close to the Hotel)? Dangerous area to walk around ?

Many thanks for replies and kind regards from Germany


RE: Stopover

by monicarc

Hello Dirk: you picked a hotel to stay at that is deep in the woods and has no night life or anything of that nature. You don't have to worry about "dangerous" areas to walk around, there is no where to walk around up there. I'm sure there are probably bars up there, but I have no idea what kinds of people would frequent there--people who live in trailers come to mind. You could try to take a cab to pappasito's, which there is one near Bush IAH., probably a 7 minute ride.

RE: RE: Stopover

by Dirk64

Hi Monica,

many thanks for your reply. Ups, so I will stay in the woods...hmm Hotel is already booked...I ┬┤ve selected this hotel, because it is very close to IAH...may it was the wrong choice..anyway, I will try to make the best out of it...

Thanks again for help !

Best regards from Germany



RE: RE: Stopover

by Wiley_Coyote

walk?? houston?? hah! now there's a joke...in all seriousness though, i used to live not too far from that area and there really is NOTHING near there. it's so empty that there's nothing remotely dangerous. it's actually not a bad idea to rent a car for the day and wander around town...possibly head down to NASA to check out the space center (a cab will probably be close to $100 as it is completely on the other side of town) or even galveston, which has the charm of being a wee little gulf coast island.

Travel Tips for Houston

A Visit to Ancient China in Texas

by AVG2319

Forbidden Gardens- This is a very cool and historically interesting place to visit on a day trip. 25 east of Houston is 40 acres of the replicated scale models of the Forbidden City of Beijing, The Temple of Heaven, The Calming of the Heart Lodge, and the canal city of Suzhou. Thousands of Terra Cotta replicated soldiers.
If you like history or just want to see an odd sight in the middle of the Texas plains this is a neat place to visit.

Directions From Houston, take I-10 west, Exit 743 at the Grand Parkway, Highway 99. Turn right (north) onto the Grand Parkway until it dead ends. Turn left onto Franz Road and immediately turn right into the Forbidden Gardens parking lot. Open year round Friday-Sunday except on major holidays. Tours available during the week. In Katy,TX

"Quality Lounging"

by H-TownJourneyman about The Davenport

The Davenport is a great little lounge known for their extensive knowledge of cocktails, and a wide variety of spirits to make them with. It is a fairly trendy place, with modern decor and trance or ambiant lounge music playing. For a relatively small establishment, the place has quite a bit of seating area, lots of tables, chairs, even a few sofas and loveseats. And the crowd is generally a mix of 20 & 30 somethings, enjoying the quaint, relaxing atmosphere. Oh yes, and the drinks! Well, as a general rule, if there is a spirit you would like for a mixed drink, they are sure to have it, and mix it well! :) Great place! Typical "going out" dress, semi-casual is fine

a good choice for the exotic

by bluepigsinthesky about Sitar of India

Being from a multi-racial country with Indians being the third largest race, i've had an exposure to Indian food. And this restaurant has certainly lifted my standards. Decorated with a hint of India, it is a casual dining experience. The tastefully yet simple decorations on the wall gives the diner an opportunity to enjoy the experience. The only complain i have is that the choices of food during the lunch buffet is rather limited in comparison with an Indian restaurants in 1960 which is also another good choice for those willing to travel the distance. i can't say i have one, because i have many, but i particularly favor the rice-pudding.. it is a dessert that is cooked in milk, with raisins*i dont even like raisins*, and if i recall correctly, almond flakes. I also cant resist nan and tandoori. I normally dip my nan*bread* in the curry sauce... woargh... there isnt any other way... and gobble down the tandoori*chicken which is cooked in a clay*i think* oven.. yum yum...

Six Flags Astro World

by mafootje

We both love rollercoaster so before our travel we decided to visit at least two Six Flags parks. There where a total of 4 near our traveldestination (not counting the waterparks).

The first park with went to was the Six Flags Astro World Park located near the Astrodome in Houston.

After we found the parking place we went in there and enjoyed the attractions inside.

The have the following rides:

- The Serpent (oldest openend in 1969).
- The Texas Cyclone a wooden coaster which really was great going at speeds between 60 and 65 mph.
- The Greezed Lightning.
- XLR8.
- The Viper.
- The ultra twister, with real corkscrew loops.
- Batman the Escape.
- The Mayan Mindbender (in the dark ride).
- The Serial Thriller.

We haven't been on all rides but it really was a great afternoon we had here.

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The fountain is an engineering...

by tarush

The fountain is an engineering marvel standing 8 storeys high.. It is a semicircle with water falling down the sides.. On the inside, stand in the center that is marked clearly and you will feel like you are rising up, something out of a Star Wars movie even..


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Address: 14450 Park Row Road, Houston, Texas, 77084, United States