Houston hotels and restaurants where we slept and ate are featured in this episode of The Travel Tidbit! Next week I’ll be showing all the things we saw and did during our visit (ie. all the activities and attractions) so subscribe if you’re new to see that and more from the destinations we travel to! This is just the first of FOUR videos I’ll have from Houston (a hotel vlog is coming on Thursday)!
Every week I’ll either feature where to sleep and eat in a city that I’ve traveled to, or things to see and do in it – to help you plan your trip! See the previous destinations at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLijd5a02m1BI-Bn0N1MxazXOLSKV6BO-b
Featured in this video:
Royal Sonesta Hotel: https://www.visithoustontexas.com/listings/royal-sonesta-hotel-houston/19477
Hotel Alessandra: https://www.visithoustontexas.com/listings/hotel-alessandra/29598
Original Ninfa’s on Navigation: http://www.mygayhouston.com/listings/original-ninfas-on-navigation/22400/
Oxbow 7: http://www.mygayhouston.com/listings/oxbow-7/29573/
Thanks to Visit Houston for helping to coordinate this trip! http://www.visithouston.com
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