Staybridge Suites Houston Galleria

5190 Hidalgo St, Houston, Texas, 77056, United States
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Need driving tips to Bush airport

by sweah

I am new to Houston and have a late afternoon flight from Bush Intercontinental Airport. Does anyone know of a back route from Texas Medical Center that might be quicker than getting stuck in rush hour traffic on 59?

Re: Need driving tips to Bush airport

by bocmaxima

The Hardy Toll Road. $2 one-way to IAH and all freeway.
59 North isn't really that bad. It was expanded only a few years ago, and very recently around Kingwood, where most traveling that road live, so I don't know that you'll hit much traffic unless there's an accident. Just keep the traffic reports tuned in (AM 740 is pretty frequent).
There are a couple of back roads though like Old Humble Road and Aldine-Westfield Road, but these will take you forever.
To get out of the Medical Center, don't take Mac Gregor to 288 though. You can either cut through the park on Golf Course Drive or head up Fannin to Binz to 288.

Re: Need driving tips to Bush airport

by sweah

Thanks for the inside tip. How long realistically on a Friday afternoon will it take from the med center?

Re: Need driving tips to Bush airport

by bocmaxima

Provided there are no accidents, a little over an hour to the parking lot if you're leaving between about 4 and 5:30. Fridays are worse than other days, but not enough to significantly alter driving times. Just leave earlier. It's better to be early for a flight.

Travel Tips for Houston

Best street in Houston

by millyjoe

Houston is very spread out and the easiest way to navigate the city is to stay on Westheimer. This street has the best shopping and dining. Westhiemer goes on for miles and miles. Another great street is Montrose.

Gourmet Food (1)

by XenoHumph about Central Market

Central Market is a wonderful big store where you can find gourmet food of all type and provenance. Huge choice of cheeses for example (I am french, sorry, i couldn't help to point that one out!), but also anything "ethnic" or rare or that you could not find anywhere else!!
It is also fun to go shopping there because the presentation of goods is well done, and there are always multiple locations where you can taste delicious food samples!
Although expensive, it is to me the best of the gourmet stores of Houston.

Open 7 days a week
Store: open 8am to 10pm
Central Market Cafe: open 9am to 10 pm Ethnic food, bulk spices and all type of rice, grain, nuts..., organic products, cheeses, wines and beers from all over the world, vegetables and fruits, flowers, meat and fish, freshly baked bread and pastries... It is expensive. I go there only to buy what I do not find in ordinary supermarkets.

What the hell happened to this place?!

by sahel578 about Mi Luna

Mi Luna is this wonderfully dim and loud tapas restaurant. If you haven't had tapa's.. it means something like everything is an appetizer. You come with friends and all order a little something and share between yourselves!

OKAY! That was how it was BEFORE! It is horrible now! The portions are smaller, the taste is no longer as good.. and what the heck.. they run out of bread (you need it here to fill the void between the 6 clams they give you to share) on a Saturday night?! Thats like Taco Bell runnning out of taco shells?!

I regret that what was once one of my favorite restaurants is just awful now.

Quaint Japanese in Clear Lake area

by XenoHumph about Tokyo Bowl

"Great little" restaurant, family owned, in the Clear Lake area (SW of Houston, area of NASA-Johnson Space Center). The only small and cozy japanese in the area, and my favorite one. Lots of locals go there. Good sushi, nice atmosphere, nice owners.

You should visit a space...

by barcodex

You should visit a space center. I will never forgive myself that I didn't visited it. I have heard a lot of interesting things from my colleagues who also visited Houston later... Obviously, I must go back to Houston some day...


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Address: 5190 Hidalgo St, Houston, Texas, 77056, United States