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Private Modern ApartmentYour own quaint and cozy 1 bedroom apartment near everything you might need. Perfect spot for a weekend getaway with a full kitchen and private balcony all to yourself! Furnished with 2 smart TVs, a walk in closet, 2 dressers, and dishes. Pets are welcome upon request 🐶
PRISTINE HOTSPOT - Steps to Heights Shops & TrailPristine, modern, large 1 bedroom with private entrance in the heart of Houston Heights. We are steps away from the hike and bike trail and popular restaurants and shops at Heights Mercantile and short walk from MKT development. Fully stocked kitchen and comfortable living space with Apple TV available on the 50 in TV. Fast, reliable internet. Super comfortable king size bed with cotton sheets and black out curtains in the bedroom. Queen size air mattress and pack and play available as well.
•VST Properties• A Cozy Home Away From Home!This cozy 1-Bedroom Unit is located close to highway US288, Loop 610, NRG Stadium, University of Houston, Zoo, Aquarium, Downtown and the Texas Medical Center just to name a few! Enjoy everything Houston has to offer from museums, shopping malls, the BEST restaurants, and night life attraction! We provide designated gated parking, high-speed WIFI, Smart TVs, Keurig for Coffee/Tea, Pots and Pans, washer and dryer, a weight room, & a Pool area with, gas grills, a Jacuzzi and cabanas.
"Space Center Houston is a leading science and space learning center, the official visitor center of NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston and a Smithsonian Affiliate museum." It is a great place to visit for everyone, while it is a museum with lots of information to read. They also have a great tour to see historic spaces, as well as some rockets, and the space shuttle. Even for non tech interested people its a great way to spend some hours.
This museum has it all – a dinosaur hall, planetarium, IMAX theater, and butterfly exhibit. I’ve always enjoyed the gemstone collection. Parking can be a nightmare since the zoo is close-by. I’d Uber there instead.
Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.
“The weather is unpredictably warm Even in the winter months, you can find yourself in 70-80 degree weather, depending on if jack frost is on paid time off. be sure to bring something for warm weather as a precaution to save from having to go shopping.”
“Umbrella and light jacket Our weather is bi-polar november is getting cooler variety of layers is suggested”
“Houston city pass This is a package deal that gives you a choice of several of our main attractions as a package deal. options include admission to the nasa space center and the downtown aquarium, just to name a couple.”
“Car is the best way to get around here Houston is so huge, buses and subways only work if you are in downtown and even that, it's just so hassle to get around this way. bring a car, or rent a car is cheaper method for your transportation. getting a cab or uber can get expensive real quick, especially if you want to go sightseeing.”
“Avoid 1960 from 7-9 am and 5-7 pm Use the backroad with your google maps to travel to the major highways during the heavy traffic hours.”
“Houston traffic I'll be frank: houston traffic is terrible. but with the right planning, you can avoid much of it. just be sure to not to travel during the times of 7a-9a and 4-7p, and you'll miss the worst of it.”
“Uber! It's pretty cheap and you don't have to worry about parking.”
“Try turo app for better deal on rental car! Free app that lets you rent a car from a private individual from a beater to a luxury vehicle. prices lower than rental companies. worth a look. houston is a city that is better navigated by car. weather doesn't typically permit pedestrians and with how vast houston is a car is best.”
“Howdy in texas It is way to say hello in texas”
Southern culture weaves through America’s fourth-largest city, an enormous metropolis that people from around the world call home. From its location on the Gulf of Mexico, it embodies the stereotype of everything being bigger in Texas, while also taking everything slow, as befits its Southern nature. The city is home to Rice University, the University of Houston, and NASA and much of the American space industry, while an exciting culinary scene stems from the many immigrant entrepreneurs. Downtown Houston’s bustling urbanity hosts a variety of professional sports teams, theaters, and live music venues, while suburbs offer slower options, like the greenery of Pearland, or the small-town feel of Sugar Land and Cypress.
Houston’s enormous size means that visitors arrive at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) — as most major national international carriers do — or at the smaller William P. Hobby Airport (HOU), which mostly receives budget and domestic flights. Hobby’s small size can make for an easier experience, but both have plenty of rental car services for those wishing to get a private vehicle. The sprawl of the city means it’s helpful to have a car, but carshares and taxis cover the whole city and public transportation can be easy in some places. The Metro Rail system covers many of the major tourist destinations, and buses fill in gaps. Houston is also reasonably flat, which makes the BCycle bike share program a great option for getting around.
Houston’s spring tends to be pleasant, with average high temperatures in the 70s Fahrenheit and lows in the 50s and the least amount of rain of the year. Winter is a bit cooler, but similarly comfortable. Summer teeters toward extremely hot, with average highs hitting the mid-90s and the lows staying well above 70 degrees, accompanied by significant humidity. The hot weather comes in tandem with the rain — especially in June, which averages more than six inches. Summer also brings hurricane season in Houston, which can bring wild rains until fall — so you should always be aware of the current forecasts when visiting.
The public is invited to explore one of the country’s main training, research, and flight control centers. The giant center offers tram tours, galleries, interactive exhibits, and displays of artifacts that show off the history of human space flight. Moon rocks, simulated capsule rides, and shuttle replicas help you understand space and what’s involved in exploring it.
This 160-acre park is located along a 2.3-mile stretch of the Buffalo Bayou near downtown. You can hike, stroll, bike, or paddle here; boat and kayak rentals are available. Along with traditional park amenities, the space includes a decorative fountain and a bat colony with observation deck, while a dog park, nature play area for kids, and a skate park mean the park has something for everyone.
Just outside the city’s downtown core, the Museum District brings together many of Houston’s most important cultural institutions. The walkable neighborhood features 19 institutions, including the Museum of Fine Arts, one of the biggest art museums in the country; a children’s museum; museums that focus on local African-American, Czech, and Asian culture; and a chapel.