Whether you are planning on moving to Houston, Texas in the near future or are simply planning a business or personal trip there, you might be a little bit nervous about getting around this large city. Although a lot of newcomers are afraid that they will have a difficult time getting around, you shouldn’t worry; there are a few tips that you can follow so that you will have a easier time of getting around Houston without getting Read the rest of this entry »
You don’t have to take out a loan just to eat at the Houston airport – there are a lot of great, upscale options here that won’t break the bank! We’ve got the scoop on three of our favorite haunts, some predictable and some, well, surprising! Bon Bistro – It’s hard to find healthy food at an airport but hey, Bon Bistro knows that! That’s why they’re offering sandwiches, salads and more at reasonable prices. And they’re sure to get you in and out faster than you think. Bubba’s Bayou Grill – If you missed your chance to try Cajun while you were in good old Houston you’ve got to try out Bubba’s. Their boiled shrimp are the best in the business and you can even get a beer or a bloody mary at the well-stocked bar. Lotus Express – Don’t expect your standard mall food here – Lotus Express has all types of Asian from pad thai to Mongolian beef. It’s got a kitschy atmosphere but the service is second to none in the entire airport – it’s a welcome oasis.
When flying into Houston a few different options are available for the frequent traveler. With three different airports handling plane traffic in and out of Houston’s airports. The three airports William P. Hobby Airport, Ellington Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport offer a variety of service to travel passengers from around the world traveling to Houston.
The decision on whereto fly out of generally will be determined by the type of travel you need to do and availability of flights you Read the rest of this entry »
The Houston airport is in the top five, of airports throughout the world. Therefore, it should be a foregone conclusion that they have good shops and restaurants. If you are looking for a good restaurant, it will highly depend on what your lay over time will be when you arrive in Houston. If you need to make a flight soon, there are small cafes to choose from. Also if it is on the run, you can grab a subway sandwich and take it on your next Read the rest of this entry »
Are you planning on a family vacation? Or just simply wanting to take-off to somewhere? Well, no worries. Flying to and from Houston is a breeze. After all, we have major airports like the William P. Hobby and the George Bush International (formerly Houston Intercontinental) airport. We also have smaller facilities or what FAA designates as reliever airports like the Ellington Airport, West Houston Airport, Flyin’ B Airport, Happy Landings, Houston-Southwest Airport, Harbican Airpark and the Sugar Read the rest of this entry »
For the ultimate sports fan visiting houston, either to watch the big game with friends, or just going for work and meeting up with friends to watch a game, you are going to want to find those hotels which offer you the amenities which can easily get you to the game, or which offer the best nearby places to watch the game. You are going to want to find a hotel which is right by the sports arena you are going to be attending the game at. And, if Read the rest of this entry »