Houston, Texas Cruise Port

3.8 out of 5

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rhondasma says ...
Excellent accommodation at the International Marriott at the airport. Followed by a smooth...
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About Houston, Texas

Houston is a cosmopolitan center with renowned universities, a symphony, and a world-class ballet and opera company. It's also home to a branch of America's space program and the Space Center Houston. Downtown Houston also has the oldest indoor pedestrian tunnel system in the nation. Visitors can avoid the city's traffic and humid climate in an underground dotted with restaurants and shops.

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mwmeredith says ...

I was born and raised in Houston Texas and Galveston has some of the most beautiful buildings I've ever seen. There is a lot of history in Galveston. If you go down the Sea Wall and look to the right near some fancy Hotels, you can see the artillery bunkers where their barrels were aimed at the Gulf protecting us from Germany.

Visited: Apr 02, 2016

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awp529 says ...

I'm a local resident so probably don't appreciate the area the same as a visitor. The real drawback to the Bayport Cruise Port is that it is in the middle of nowhere. No hotels, restaurants, etc. etc. My understanding is that it will be closing at the end of this spring.

Visited: Feb 06, 2016

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wwoods57 says ...

I can't believe that the cruise lines are leaving this port in April. The facility, parking access to the ship and exit through customs is the best that we have experienced. It is a shame that this facility could be used for Obama's refugees.

Visited: Jan 16, 2016

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jwoods2100 says ...

We went to the Space Center Houston and it was very informative and well worth the time spent there. The Level 9 tour there is our recommendation if you really want a special and very knowledgable tour. It is more costly, but worth it.

Visited: Feb 06, 2016

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