We visited Houston's historic district. Much of what was there were small, dimly lighted, restaurants. Not worth the drive!
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I loved the market and the crafts being sold. There were a few places selling food and drinks, and the majority of shops were selling similar Mexican items and a few shops had some gimmicky cowboy bits... I had expected more but it was still...More
Unaware of the beautiful architecture, Buddette went for a walk while waiting for The Bologna Eater to get back from work and was pleasantly surprised at the beauty of older architecture hidden around the newer buildings.
This is a nice place to walk around on a warm day or evening and people watch. It's not very large and there are paths to walk along.
I love this spot...its an oasis in the middle of the city. I walk my dog there and hang out. There are shady spot sit and people watch.
We toured through Mainstreet, along the nice tram lane and parked at Minute Made Park with really nice small historic houses
We've always driven past this park but on Super Bowl Sunday, we decided to explore the park while it was relatively empty. Parking is available on the street along all four corners of the park, which takes up a whole city block. There are curved...More