La Quinta Baytown Hotel

4911 East Interstate 10, Houston, Texas, 77521, United States
Motel 6 Baytown - Garth Rd
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Is Houston family friendly?

by yankeegirl

Travelling and possible moving to Houston in January of 2005. My husband and I are wondering about what Houston is like for families. We don't want to live in a neighborhood that is too suburban and remote. We'd like to live in a neighborhood that is more urban and "walkable" - meaning convenient to shopping, lots of (safe) public parks nearby, close to hospitals, etc. Does anyone have advice on specific neighborhoods or districts that we should consider or avoid? We are moderate Muslim (I do not wear a veil). My husband is of Arab origin and I am of European roots if that matters. Any thoughts - good or bad would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Is Houston family friendly?

by mariocibelli

Houston, despite it's rather unwarranted reputation: Los Angelos with the climate of Calcutta is not a bad place to live. Provided you like traffic and humidity.

All joking aside, it is an extremely international and cosmopoloitan city. Despite the fact of the presence of Bush I and too many Republicans.

Neighborhoods where you can walk?? Oh, that is not an easy one. THe Innder-Loop, downtown and near - downtowh areas are really hot at the moment, around River Oaks, Montrose, downtown and West University.

I also suppose it depends on what ype of housing you are looking for, budget and schools if that is applicable at this time for your children.

Houston is excellent for shopping. Also for eating, there are tons of Lebanese, Persian, Indian, Pakistani you name it restaurants as well as shopping districts with everything from zataar to labne.

If you have any specific questions, let me know. I lived there for several years and my mother retired there (but trying to get her back to Italy nonetheless!)

Re: Re: Is Houston family friendly?

by monicarc

Houston is most defintely family friendly!! the closest thing to a "walkable" neighborhood would be in the rice village area, and it is close to the medical center. there are tons of international students at rice univ. However, its pretty expensive around there is you want a nice house! Regardless, you'll have to have a car in houston.

Travel Tips for Houston

Renaissance Festival

by CLillard

Seasonal Festival around Oct 4 - Nov. 16 (9 am - Dusk). Many characters dressed in 16th Century clothing and reenacting tales and customs from that time period. They have royal jousts, comic shows, stores selling arts and crafts, Located in Plantersville, TX....it is about a 1.5 hour drive from Houston.

Desired Streetcar in the 21st Century

by RoseAmano

My only "tour" of Houston this time consisted of riding the train along the entire journey, and looking out this front window. When you are in a pinch for time but would like to note spots of interest to visit in the future, I would recommend it.

Rudyard's

by SinKitty about Rudyard's

Rudyard's is sort of a neighborhood bar. It is at the end of my street, which is really convenient. A lot of regulars hang out there, and have obviously been hanging out there for years. Rudyard's has live music on the weekends so it gets sort of packed. During the week around happy hour, it's a low key joint and everyone there is so friendly. The atmosphere is one of a kind, and Rudyard's is definately a jewel in the toilet bowl that is houston. Hamburgers!! Rudyard's has great American food. The hamburgers are phenomenal and go great with all the draft beer they have.

A touch of history

by GUYON

The John Wayne's film : Alamo (1960) made the history of Texas well known in Europe and we were interested in visiting the San Jacinto Battleground There, Santa Anna who wanted to be the Napoleon of America, was defaited and shamefully captured in April 1836.
There is a small free museum on the basement of the monument. It shows the portraits of the main actors of the battle inclusing sam Houston and some things which belonged to them.
Unfortunately, we were not allowed to climb to the top of the monument.

Open from 9AM to 6 PM
Observation deck (elevator) : 10AM to 5:30PM

List of other things to do & see in Houston (II)

by XenoHumph

Other Museums:
* National Museum of Funeral History
* Lone Star Flight Museum (in Galveston)
* 1940 Air Terminal Project
* Children's Museum of Houston
* Holocaust Museum
* The Buffalo Soldier Museum
* The Houston Fire Museum
* The Houston Police Museum
* The museum of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender History
* Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site (in Washington, TX)

Other entertainment
* Astroworld, Six Flags Theme Park JUST CLOSED DOWN!
* The George Ranch historical Park (in Richmond)

Houston districts:
* The 4th ward (Freedman's Town): old African-American neighborhood. Details on VT member nomorewars Houston page

Panoramic views of Houston
* J.P. Morgan Chase Tower (75 story, the highest in Houston, downtown)
* Wells Fargo Building (58th floor, downtown)
* Williams Tower (51st floor, Galleria area)
* Spindle Top restaurant (top Hyatt Regency hotel, downtown)
* Ferris wheel of the Downtown Aquarium (downtown)

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