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We found this eventually as the signage wasn’t great but were slightly disappointed as it wasn’t too large compared to other cities but then there is less history here but more if a reason to try and preserve it!
Jim Parsons was totally entertaining in presenting wonderful fascinating information about the history of Market Square in downtown Houston. We walked around Market Square and then around the area. It was fun and interesting. I hope to go on other tours.
This is a small neighborhood square that doesn’t really have much to offer. It’s called historic because some of the stores and bars around the square are some of the oldest in Houston. That’s not saying much. This isn’t New Orleans nor does it have...More
It was a quiet Saturday morning when we wandered through downtown Houston. Restaurants and bars, many of them, just started opening and it was very nice to see old brick buildings secluded beneath modern glass and steel high rises.
The area felt very safe.
UBER is the cheapest besides the bus. There is no good transportation downtown. You can take the bus but it will take you over an hour. The bus will land you in downtown and you will need to walk a little ways to get... More
UBER is the cheapest besides the bus. There is no good transportation downtown. You can take the bus but it will take you over an hour. The bus will land you in downtown and you will need to walk a little ways to get where you want to go. It's hot here right now so wear light weight clothes, sunblock, comfortable shoes and carry water.