Springhill Suites Houston Medical Center/Reliant Park

1400 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, Texas, 77054, United States
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Is there any Bus going from Here to DownTone

by ska80

Hello all
I just want to know if there is any bus or any kind of transportation passing through this area 201 Pruitt Road Spring TX 77380. as I don't have car to go to Downtone .


Re: Is there any Bus going from Here to DownTone

by mccalpin

Spring is just on the edge of the service area for the Harris County Metropolitan Authority. There is a Park and Ride Center in "Spring" (although it appears to be just south of the city limits) near FM 1960 and Imperial Valley on Carlsway Rd. From here, buses 204 and 209 go all the way downtown (204 during rush hours and 209 midday and evening). See http://www.ridemetro.org/SchedulesMaps/Pdfs/northcorridor.pdf

It looks like the Spring Park and Ride is about 8 miles south of 201 Pruitt, if my maps are correct, and I don't know that Spring has a bus system itself (the Metro planning site didn't let me enter your Spring address).

Any chance you can get a ride down to the Spring Park & Ride?


Re: Is there any Bus going from Here to DownTone

by ska80

Thanks Bill

Re: Is there any Bus going from Here to DownTone

by bocmaxima

The Woodlands Express runs from the Sawdust Park and Ride, which is about a half mile west of there. Easy walk.
Call to verify the schedule: http://www.btd.org/Park&Rides.htm#Sawdust

Re: Is there any Bus going from Here to DownTone

by mccalpin

Colin, good catch - the bus stop is much closer to Pruitt Road. Saleh, note that the schedule for this bus is limited to pretty much rush hours, so make sure that the times suit you...


Re: Is there any Bus going from Here to DownTone

by ska80

Thanks mccalpin

Travel Tips for Houston

Shopping in Texas.

by Bela_LUng

A friend needed to buy some books at Barnes and Nobles and for some reason we decided to do this in Houston.

While this tip is not about Barnes and Nobles, it's about the malls we went to while looking for one.

The Malls in Houston, the 3 I saw anyways, were huuuge and so clean and fancy looking. I was really impressed how clean the appeared and how friendly the people were to two bums from Canada walking around with confused looks on our faces.

Either this meeans we happen to be a rich area of Houston, or that all malls and people in Houston are really nice, then whatever, it was refreshing to see a friendy smile instead of frowns.

Go Housont go! Nice people. Group hug everybody!

Downtown Houston is becoming...

by bdbrewer

Downtown Houston is becoming more revitalized. One of my favorite restaurants is Mia Bellas for Sunday morning champagne brunch. This is a very elegant brunch with items you would not normally expect to be found on a brunch menu, with a focus on Italian. Very good. If you are in Houston, you don't want to miss it.

Houston has two airports. I...

by Kay_C

Houston has two airports. I flew into Hobby which is closer to downtown. Cab fare to my downtown hotel wa $20 US.
This city is so spread out. I really suggest renting a car, although traffic is horrendous if you are not used to driving in a big US city. You can take cabs to get around, but it seems like anywhere you go is going to cost you $15-$20.

great place after a night on the town

by John_P_LSU about House of Pies

This place is half-all-night diner and half-pastry shop. It has the vinyl and formica decorative appeal of a bowling alley and people come here because people come here and I think (but I'm not sure) that that circular logic has remained pretty much unbroken since the place began serving up slices of chocolately Bayou Goo in the 70s. Its funny, because HoP's very LACK of pretension is appealing, particularly given its location between West University and River Oaks, those two pillars of old money in Houston. Truck drivers, high society types, curfew-busting high schoolers, off-duty cops, etc... all are welcome.

From sugar-free pastries to classic fruit favorites and sinfully rich offerings like the multi-layered Bayou Goo and chocolate cream--all freshly baked--there's a pie for every craving. The all-day, short-order menu offers typical greasy spoon fare, but the drink sizes are generous and the staff is the down-home friendly type you'd find in any Southern diner.

Initially embraced by the gay community—which earned it the affectionate nickname "House of Guys"—this round-the-clock establishment has become a general hangout for those wanting to nosh and watch the human parade pass by.

Houston Museum District

by H-TownJourneyman

The Houston Museum District is one of the biggest conglomerations of museums in the world. Very few other cities have so many museums located in such a close proximity to each other. You have the large and more popular ones such as the Museum of Natural Science and the Museum of Fine Arts, and then some of the smaller less frequented ones such as the Menil Collection and the Buffalo Soldiers Museum. There is the Children's Museum for the kids, and the Holocaust Museum reflecting on the genocide of WWII. Other museums include the Contemporary Arts Museum, and the Museum of Health and Medical Science, quite appropriate with one of the world's largest medical centers just a stone's throw away. Whatever you are looking for, it's a good bet that the museum district will have something for you. And most of the museums are open 7 days a week.
TIP - many of the museums offer free general admission on Thursdays, such as the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Menil Collection, which itself is actually free everyday. Great day to check some of them out, and at an unbeatable price, free!!!


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 Springhill Suites Houston Medical Center/Reliant Park

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Address: 1400 Old Spanish Trail, Houston, Texas, 77054, United States