Scottish Inn And Suites

3676 Eastex Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77026, United States
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Houston area information

by Vzln

Hey guys, I’ll start school at the UH main campus next August, and I may be able to live for free at a house that belongs to a relative on the 2100 block of Crockett St.

http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formtype=address&searchtype=address&country=US&addtohistory=&address=2100+Crockett+St&city=Houston&state=TX&zipcode=

The last time I was there the area didn’t seem very nice. Does anyone here know how safe this area is? I saw the crime statistics at the HPD website, but it’s hard to tell how safe the area is.
Also, the fact that there’s an elementary school nearby made me think it was safe, but I really have no idea.

Thanks!

RE: Houston area information

by delcity

the area has improved over the last five years it is almost as safe as any areas in the montross now. but still not as nice as the centrall heights like at 10th and heights.

RE: Houston area information

by Honor24

You should be okay!

Change of plans

by Vzln

It seems like it’s not going to work out, so I’m gonna have to get an apartment. If you have info about apartments close to UH or anything about Houston that you think I should know, let me know. I’ve been reading old posts and they’ve been very useful.

Someone from the school recommended me an apartment locator, so I’m probably going to rely on him to find an apartment.

Thanks.

RE: Houston area information

by melim19

Hello fellow cougar!!! Well, I start at UH next August too!!! And even though i'm from houston, and I live here, I'm planning on staying in the housing of the main campus. That is because I don't have much quiet at home. So since this will be my freshmen year, I planning on staying at UH. Besides the housing at Moody Towers, Quadrangle... etc, there are apartments right next to UH. Those are the CAMBRIDGE OAKS APARTMENTS which are truly set aside for UH students. That could be a great place for you. ;)

Travel Tips for Houston

Galveston

by keeweechic

Galveston is a city and an island 50 miles south of Houston. Aside from the beach on the Gulf of Mexico, millions of dollars have been poured into the restoration of historical buildings. It has one of the great surviving collections of Victorian architecture in North America. There are some great museums to visit as well as Moody Gardens.
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Bush Intercontinental Airport

by Ken_Weaver

Bush Intercontinental is the biggest of the three major airports in Houston. It is locationed just north of the Sam Houston Tollway (8) It is one of the biggest and most efficient airport that I have been in in the US. It is the 9th busiest intercontinental airport in the United States. It a major hub for Continental Airlines.

Great Fajitas

by Ken_Weaver about Pappacito's Cantina

For a typical Tex-Mex dish I recommend the Fajita choice with either beef or chicken. The seasoning are excellent, the tortillas freshly made and hot, accompaniments of their special beans and good rice make this a bargain at about $12.

VISIT THE JP MORGAN CHASE TOWER

by Rich62

THIS IS THE TALLEST BUILDING IN TEXAS, AND THE TALLEST FIVE-SIDED BUILDING IN THE WORLD. You can take an express elevator up to the 60th floor observation deck and see for a very long way. The building is actually 75 stories high.

Downtown Aquarium

by H-TownJourneyman

The Downtown Aquarium, part of Landry's Restaurants, Inc., is popular attraction here in town for it's entertainment & exhibits of underwater life, as well as it's restaurant. But it's popularity and somewhat interesting showcases for the most part do not make up for it's prices & brief rides. First off, I will say that the Downtown Aquarium definately stands out at night. Bright neon lights illuminate the surrounding area, & even attract attention if you are driving overhead on I-45. But the establishment seems to be more geared towards getting people to come here, see some quick sites, & then eat at the seafood restaurant, which is basically an overpriced version of Joe's Crabshack, another Landry's restaurant. The main aquarium exhibit has quite a few different tropical fish to view, while interesting, is nothing that drops your jaw in awe. The rainforest exhibit has a few exotic birds & frogs, & a boa constrictor snake. I did enjoy seeing the white tigers, & there are stands set up to sit & watch them. But the price for this short 20 minute venture is $7.50 per person, a little much for the amount of sites you see here. You can also pay an additional $5 to see the shark exhibit, which I enjoyed. A train takes you through a tunnel in which the sharks, along with stingrays & a few oher exotic fish are swimming overhead. The also have a couple of rides here, but of course, for an additional price. There is a large ferris wheel & a drop ride, as well as a small carousel for kids. But again, all this appears to be centered around the restaurant, which I have not eaten at, as I have heard it is highly overpriced for mediocre seafood. I have to admit some of the sights here are worth seeing, especially the tigers as I mentioned. But the price & the short amount of time you have to see these things can make it not worth your while. I think it would be a good place to take the kids, & if you want to eat at the restaurant, a family could make a decent evening of it.

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