Motel 6 West-Katy Houston

14833 Katy Freeway, I-10 at S.R. 6/Addicks, Exit #751, Houston, Texas, 77094, United States
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things to do in Houston

by flip5o

hi everyone, in January i will be in Houston for a week, i will be busy during the days, but my nights will be free, just looking for things to do and places to go, any good suggestions would be much appreciated, thanks

RE: things to do in Houston

by wasserball

I've been in Houston for two years now, and it's not much to do compared to LA or SF. Anyway, I was in the same situation you are looking, that is, what to do. My suggestion, not in any particular order,
The Aquarium downtown
Observation 60th floor of Chase Building.
Drive along Memorial Drive to see homes in River Oaks community
Rice Village
Bolivar Free Ferry from East Galveston Island to Horseshoe Lake
Kemah Boardwalk
See the night lights of the chemical and oil facilities (East 610 loop heading south)

RE: RE: things to do in Houston

by flip5o

thanks, i will be there for a week and then i ship out to iraq, so hopefully i will find some entertaining things to do, for my last week in the country for a year, thanks again

Travel Tips for Houston

Jumping into Sugar Land, Texas

by jumpingnorman

I visited some friends at Sugar Land while it was in the middle of celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2009! The official celebration started in January at the State of the City event with the unveiling of the 50th Anniversary logo along with special street light banners.

Because Sugar Land is home to the headquarters of Imperial Sugar and the main refinery used to be in this city, the Imperial Sugar crown logo can be seen in the city seal and logo.
Sugar Land is in eastern Fort Bend County, about 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston (I just took 45S and then followed down to 59S).

First thing you may notice is the abundance of Master-planned communities – wonderful green grass and little lake fountains.

For 2009, you could join monthly walking tours to see historic locations in old Sugar Land - scheduled for the first Saturday of each month in 2009, 9 a.m.-11 a.m., starting this Saturday May 2. Rain date for tours will be the following Saturday. The tours begin at Lakeview Elementary School (Wood at 2nd Street) and guided by a knowledgeable local historian. For more information, or to reserve a place, call 281-275-2216.

The 50th Anniversary will be accompanied by special events such as Eggstravaganza, Concerts in the Park, Memorial Day, Red, White and Bluefest, Christmas Tree Lighting culminating in an exciting New Year's Eve Golden Anniversary Signature Event.

Coincidentally, I also went to Alaska this year (2009) when Alaska is celebrating its 50th year of statehood.

Is This A Bar Or A Clothing Store?

by H-TownJourneyman about Dean's Credit Clothing

This former clothing store that was in business from the early 1940's until the 1970's has been transformed into a happening nightspot, but it still retains it's former glory as a retail shop. Dean's Credit Clothing is often mistaken as simply a clothing store, quite easily because it's apperance has remained just that. There are mannequins in the windows displaying vintage clothing, just as it did 50 years ago when it was a popular place to buy clothes. But walk in to Dean's and see the huge bar to your right, the loud lounge music playing overhead, and the many people dancing, and you will quickly realize this it not a place to buy a pair of trousers! :) But even inside the some of the decor is still that of a retail shop, with sitting benches being placed right in the middle of clothing racks with various articles of clothing hanging, just as you would see in a typical department store. The crowds here are typically of the trendy sort, mostly people in their 20's and 30's. Quite the unusal theme to this place, but this provides a great atmosphere and makes it very unique. I'm not exactly sure if the clothes here are for sale, but if you DO see something that you like, I'm sure you could work out something with the owners! :) Being a little more upscale, decent nightlife attire is the norm here.

Typical Chinese buffet

by WFTR about China Palace

China Palace is the typical Chinese buffet kind of place that one can find all over these days. We don't think of these places as offering fine dining, but most of us must like them. If we didn't, they wouldn't be so successful.

I've been eating there for about three years now. When I lived in Houston, I ate at China Palace about once a week or so. It was a good place for a bachelor to fill himself for the evening.

The food is the usual fare that one finds at these places. There is fried rice, white rice, sweet and sour sauce dyed red, fried pork, egg rolls, various fried vegetable dishes, General's chicken, and a couple of soups. They also have the American dishes that have become popular at these places. They make a couple of kinds of fish and meat. They have a salad bar, a fruit bar, and a desert bar.

Obviously, this description is that of the generic chinese buffet place, and China Palace is that kind of place. As Chinese buffet goes, it's still pretty good. If you have a taste for Chinese, I recommend it. I like the fried rice with sweet and sour sauce and the shrimp in lobster sauce. I always have an ice cream cone.

You won't be disappointed

by ElAbuelo

Since we lived in Houston we bought membership passes so we could go to the museum anytime and see the IMAX movies at a big discount. The museum has lots of great exhibits, and the travelling exhibits that come through are magnificent. While we were there the jewels of the Russian royal family were on exhibit, and they are unbelievable! One of the pieces was a vase about 10" tall and 6"+ in diameter made of a single gemstone! The IMAX theater always has several shows going on at convenient times.

Houston Heights

by H-TownJourneyman

The Houston Heights, known simply as The Heights to locals, is one of the oldest and most historic parts of the city. When it was founded as a suburb northwest of downtown in the 1890's, it was connected to the city center by a trolley rail. Early in the 1900's Houston swallowed The Heights as it expanded outward, but unlike most parts of the city that have been subjected to demolition, and then reconstruction or renovation, this community retained many of it's old buildings and homes. Taking a drive down Heights Blvd. and viewing some of the old Victorian style homes is a very unique and impressive sight. This, along with the immense amounts of antique shops, tiny aged buidings, and numerous Mom & Pop stores gives it the feel of a small town within the big city. Definately worth a visit!

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 Motel 6 West-Katy Houston

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Address: 14833 Katy Freeway, I-10 at S.R. 6/Addicks, Exit #751, Houston, Texas, 77094, United States