Category Archives: Houston Tourism

Spring Break Houston 2

As spring breaks continue toward Easter, here some things to do in Houston. High levels of tree pollen are in the air, but get in the car and enjoy the night lights, especially the lighted arches on the Southwest Freeway, … Continue reading

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Spring Break Houston

On this first day of Spring, some Houstonians and visitors headed out of town for water views. This was a day to enjoy the clear blue skies, sunshine, mild temperatures and attractions at the Kemah Boardwalk. Others headed for fresh … Continue reading

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Rodeo Time in Houston

Hundreds of trail riders arrived in Houston this afternoon to signal the start of the Houston Livestock and Rodeo. Friday also was “Go Texan Day.” On Friday, the Brazos River Riders, Rounders and Cowboys Cadillac trail riders stopped traffic at … Continue reading

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Hard Freeze in Houston

Around Houston, homeowners and businesses prepared for the freezing weather tonight by wrapping water pipes and covering up sensitive outdoor plants.  The Houston Garden Center near Bellaire removed all outdoor non-cold hardy plants.  The Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park near the Galleria was open … Continue reading

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After Christmas Tradition

On the second day after Christmas, shoppers and visitors packed the Galleria in Houston for holiday sales and just enjoy the holiday sights and atmosphere during this last week of the year.  Stores marked down items more than 50%. For many, the after-Christmas … Continue reading

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Road to the World Series

On the road to the World Series, Houston Astros and New York Yankees fans and the teams can expect a few extra challenges.  Heightened security measures in place, ongoing downtown Houston street improvements and parking lots close to Minute Maid Park to charge $40 for … Continue reading

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Hermann Park

Just after cooling rain showers today, Houston’s Hermann Park was the place to be. Visitors enjoyed a peaceful break from the traffic and busy pace of Houston living. The park is located next to the Texas Medical Center and Houston’s Museum District. Above, … Continue reading

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Slow Down on Bellaire Boulevard

A U.S. postal worker says speeding cars are even worse at the apartment complexes on Bellaire Boulevard. On Wednesday afternoon, some vehicles were going through the intersection at Bellaire & Mary Bates Boulevard in Houston’s Asia-China Town at speeds above the speed limit. … Continue reading

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Beautiful Day in Houston

After a stormy Wednesday night, today was beautiful with clear, sunny skies and cool breezes. On Thursday afternoon, the Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park in Houston’s Galleria area provided a nice backdrop for photo shoots of families, tourists and a graduating … Continue reading

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Spring 2017

Happy Spring!  Spring break continues for visiting students and their families in the Houston area. It’s also the last week of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which ends this Sunday, March 26th. According to Rodeo Houston on Twitter,  the paid rodeo and concert … Continue reading

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