Sheraton Houston West

11191 Clay Road, Houston, Texas, 77041, United States
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Houston

by anniesmomrocks

I am planning to travel to Houston for an extended period. I intend to stay near the Texas Medical Center. My children would be in school in the immediate area. I am concerned if this is a safe area? How are the schools? Does anyone know of affordable private schools in the area





RE: Houston

by bocmaxima

Actually, the majority of the Medical Center area is excellent and has some of the better schools in town, if you can afford to live there.
I know that there's a Montessori School along Holcombe, but I thought I remembered there being another somehow affiliated with or very close to Rice University.
Roberts Elementary, which is on Greenbriar, is regarded as an excellent school though. Don't let statistics on HISD fool you, it's a very diverse district.

RE: Houston

by lmclaughlin1216

My company is located in Houston so I go there on occasion. Went to Rice village near the medical complex. It appears to me to be a very nice area generally. There were some run down homes but I think you could find a good place to live. Not familiar with the schools.

Travel Tips for Houston

There's some difference in...

by marciaca

There's some difference in slang. Much of it is disturbing. It's all rather useless, but here goes:
1. 'y'all' This is pronounced as one word. From 'you all', like 'What are y'all doing?' In the New York, people say 'you guys' instead.
2. If you order tea in Texas you get iced tea. You have to specify 'hot tea.' Everywhere else in the world, tea is hot tea, but this is Texas.
3. To get money from an ATM (or Bankomat for all you Europeans), you 'Pulse out.'
4. Skiing means waterskiing. The say 'snowskiing' This is utterly wrong. Skiing is on the snow. Period.

Other Texas Tidbits:
1. This is the only place where I've seen billboards and TV commericals for churchs.

Half Sports Bar, Half Trendy Bar, Lotta Fun!

by H-TownJourneyman about The Tavern on Gray

The Tavern is a very popular bar near the River Oaks area of Houston. After initially walking inside, it does have all the makings of a giant sports bar: Tons of T.V.'s, Arcade Games, Pool Tables, Air Hockey and Foosball Tables. But the crowd makes the bar, and you would usually find a trendy 20-30 something crowd like this at an upscale bar downtown rather than at a traditional sports bar. They do serve your standard bar eats; sandwiches, wings and such. There is a wide assortment of beers and liquors, both imported and domestic. Thursday nights are usually the busiest nights, and they have a live DJ spinning tunes. A great place to go with friends to watch a game and play some Golden Tee, or mingle with some young party-goers! Casual, jeans and whatever else

Drive-In

by grandmaR about Sonic

I'd never stopped to eat at a Sonic, so I decided to do that. This is like an old fashioned drive in - you order through a microphone and the girls bring your food out to you. Then I realized that Bob doesn't like to eat in the car. So we got out and sat at a table outside in the front and ordered there.

They do have rest rooms, but they are an unmarked door in the wall which looks as if it is locked. Bob had a Sonic Burger ($2.19) and fries, and I had a Toaster Bacon Cheeseburger ($3.19).

On a budget? Cash challenged?

by anamkoe

Homegrown live theater can be a fun way to spend an evening, or Sunday afternoon, while getting a chance to observe the natives and experiencing the adventure of getting there. These types of venues are always off the beaten path. Another plus: no need to gussy up. Get the latest copy of Houston Press for a listing and suggestions or go to houstonpress.com. You'll also find information on restaurants and other subjects of interest to visitors. Sure there's tons of advertising and the writing is a bit tawdry but it's a helpful source. Try 002mag.com too, another great Houston magazine, very slick. They have a great monthly calendar to show what's playing when and where, including freebies that can be enjoyed at Hermann Park's amphitheater (or go to hermannpark.org for more info). Other sources: houston.about.com, houston.com, or guestlife.com. These tend to cater to the more affluent however. If you are taking the kids along just be sure to call ahead and check on what's playing. Some subject matters aren't appropriate for them. Check out theatresuburbia.com for mostly family fare and a chance to see the natives "up close and personal".

Houston Medical Center

by seagoingJLW

Houston is famous for it modern Medical Center. People come here from all over the world.

In existence for more than 50 years, the medical center now has 42 member institutions. All 42 institutions are not for profit. They a;re dedicated to the highest standards of patient care, research and education.

There are 13 renowned hospitals, two specialty institutions, two medical schools, four nursing schools, plus schools of dentistry, public health, pharmacy and virtually all health related careers.

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Address: 11191 Clay Road, Houston, Texas, 77041, United States