Have a question about what to do, where to eat or anything else pertaining to your visit to Houston? Just Ask Veronica. She has the answers to your queries about H-Town.
I will like to know how is the 3days package cost for my 2daughters age 7 & 9 and I. Also will like to know the cancellation policy for vacation package. I was in san antonio last june and will like to visit houston with my two girls. Also will like to know if there s apartment for rent. Thank you
Here are some recommendations for tour companies that can arrange a trip and tour for you:
Houston Historical Tours
Also, these hotels offer extended stays:
Residence Inn Downtown (http://www.visithoustontexas.com/listings/Residence-Inn-Houston-Downtown-Convention-Center/19737/0/)
Wyndham Houston Medical Center (http://www.visithoustontexas.com/listings/Wyndham-Houston-Medical-Center-Hotel-Suites/19501/0/)
Hyatt House Galleria (http://www.visithoustontexas.com/listings/Hyatt-House-Houston-Galleria/19665/540/)
I hope this helps!
Hi Veronica! I am my cousin's maid of honor and I am having some trouble planning her bachelorette. I am from NY and her and her friends (the other bridesmaids are from Houston). I am attempting to plan dinner followed by drinks Friday August 29th, and for Saturday August 30th I wanted to do some form of entertainment in the evening accompanied with dinner or with a dinner at a location near by. Please help :(
Where do I park to go to Visitors Center in Houston City Hall?
There is free parking just outside of City Hall on Walker Street for up to one hour! If you anticipate being longer than that, you can park in the Theater District parking lot, entrance on Rusk at Smith.
I am 20 and I want to enjoy the summer before my third year of college starts back up in the fall. I want to get out and have fun. Help....
What all do you enjoy doing?
We have a great itinerary section that include a range of activities in Houston - definitely start there. I'd also check out the Events Calendar to see what's happening before you head back to school.
If you're looking specifically for outdoor activities, I love strolling through Bayou Bend Gardens! The house tour is pretty great as well. The Arboretum is a beautiful spot nestled in the middle of the city that you have to check out! Have you ever tried kayaking down Buffalo Bayou? If not, it's worth a try! Here are some places you can get in.
Hope this helps - let me know if you have more questions.
A colleague is moving to Houston next month and we wanted to buy her and her family Houston City Passes as a going away gift. The 9-day limit on using the pass however, is game stopper as this would not be for vacation, but for getting to know her new home. Are there cultural/attraction passes that have a longer life?
I totally understand your hesitancy given the 9-day restriction, however they aren't all so far apart that she couldn't keep it relaxed and spread across the week.
That said, check out the Houston Coupons & Discounts page for offers on great attractions like Splashtown, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston City Tours, Space Center and more. At most of the attractions, including Space Center, you can buy packages without buying CityPasses. Check out these unique offerings for some fun "behind the scenes" tours.
I hope that helps! Make sure she is also aware of our Visitors Guide to help get them familiar with Houston!
looking at having an event in Houston in Sept and I need to find Chinese cultural entertainment (e.g. dragon dancers) -- can you recommend whre I can go to find such talent?
I think I can recommend someone for you Todd!
The folks at J&D Entertainment offer a wide variety of entertainment options. I'm pretty sure they can work with you on this! You might also try Dance of Asian America, a local group that preserves the traditions of Asian dance.
Hi Veronica. My boy friend and I will stop at Houston on our way to Alaska. We will arrive at G.Bush International Airport at 05:21 and leaving from that same airporta at 15:18. Is it woth the effort to travel to Galveston Island? If not, what would be the absolut MUST SEE places we should visit in such short time. Thanks for any help we can get, Carolina and Javier.
Galveston is about 1.5 hours away from the airport. It's a lot of driving, plus the time it takes to rent a car, but it's definitely up to you!
If you are interested in sticking to Houston, I'd suggest the Museum District (HMNS and MFAH are great choices). The Downtown Aquarium is always a fun spot, the Houston Zoo or Space Center top the list.
Hope this helps,
Hola Vero, como puedo viajar en bus desde greenspoint, aqui afuera pasa un bus metro numero 56, quiero llegar al 45 sur a la altura del 8, osea por la gulf frwy y sam houston frwy. Entre semana de dia gracias atte aaron d monterrey
En la página de METRO (ridemetro.org) puedes planear tu viaje. En este enlace hicimos un viaje similar (http://tripplanner.ridemetro.org/hiwire) para que te des una idea. Por supuesto que puedes modificar la ruta y obtener mejores resultados.
Si prefieres ayuda por teléfono, el número a llamar es 713-635-4000.
Hi Veronica, My girlfriend is only available on Sundays and Mondays. What do you recommend to do on a Sunday night? Is there some place to go dancing on SUnday night? Thank you very much
Of course! I suggest you look into Sambuca for good food and good jazz. Wild West actually has dance instructors there Sunday afternoons if you're looking for a lesson. Or if you're looking for more of a club environment, check out Grooves.
Hope this helps,
can you provide reliable tourist transit information as far as what transit options are available to get to (and from) Galvestopn from downtown Houston or the George Bush International airport? I ask as me and family have recently booked a Carnival 5 day cruise October 5th and am just wondering what options are available as far as transit options from Houston. While we could rely on the Carnival cruise for cruise transfers from the airport, we would like to spend a day or two in the downtown Houston area before embarking on our cruise. Anyways any suggestions you can provide would be most appreciative. PS is it possible to request via US Postal service a Visitors catalog and such?
While you're in Houston, I'd recommend staying in Downtown so you can use the light rail to help get around. Hotel Icon, Magnolia and Sam Houston Hotel are all near the light rail too. Definitely check out Market Square park for dining and nightlife options while you're in town. The Downtown Aquarium is a must-see in downtown and the Museum District and Houston Zoo are just a short ride down the light rail too.
Hope this helps!