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Houston: parques e natureza

“Downtown park frequently offering a variety of activities for the family. Great spot to stop if you are downtown.”
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Entretenimento geral
“Fun atmosphere with restaurants, entertainment, aquarium, shopping and marina ”
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“Expansive park featuring a golf course, Japanese garden, a natural science museum & a kiddie train. Perfect place for a quick run or just to walk around green scenery. ”
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“Get outdoors! We’ve bikes available for this mostly flat paved trails. About 2 miles along the street from our house to the Bayou. Then bike a few miles along the Bayou downtown for a snack & coffee. A nice few hours on a cool day!”
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“Looking for that perfect Houston Instagram picture? Look no further... You have to stop by this location to snap a pic! ”
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Botanical Garden
“Walk the Trails at the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center Drive less than one mile west of Memorial Park to reach a stunning 155-acre nature sanctuary tucked right into the heart of the fourth largest city in America. Meander along the five miles of scenic trails under towering sycamore, oak, and pine trees, and then keep an eye out for turtles and fish as you wander through a shallow wetland. With free admission and much to see, you could spend a whole day here. ”
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Public Art
“Check out the BBP Cistern. A 10-30 minute (walking) $5 guided tour of the Cistern. If you are into art, you will enjoy this tour. Just outside is a skate park, playground and lots of shaded seating. Beautiful place to stroll and explore.”
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“Usually fun markets/activities most weekends here! Market Square Park is a public park in Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. It is bounded by Travis, Milam, Congress and Preston streets. It has remained a geographic centerpiece of Downtown Houston since the arrival of the city's founders, John Kirby and Augustus Chapman Allen in 1836.”
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“Great running trails, biking, walking, and running around. Festivals and live music happen occasionally, there are canoe and kayak tours, and a bayou boat ride tour. The park runs all along the bayou and runs into downtown. Super cool skate park on one end, and lots of room for running with your kids and dogs, pack a picnic and have a good time. Check out the Waugh Street Bridge and Bat colony, too - it's a sight to behold!”
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“Oasis in the city. The Memorial Park offers a 3-mile loop jogging trail and a 10-mile hiking trails. You can leave the city behind among towering trees and undulating trails.”
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Porto / Marina
“Food, Fun and Music....on the waterfront. Amusement park, boating, and even zip lining. Expect crowds.”
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“Armand Bayou Nature Center is an urban preserve located in Pasadena and southeast Houston between the Johnson Space Center and the Bayport Industrial District. The 2,500-acre nature center is the largest urban wilderness preserve in the United States.”
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“15-acre site featuring themed gardens, a sculpture promenade & a 30 ft. mount with city views.”
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“You’ll find all kinds of chilling going on at this museum park. Meditators, yogis, musicians and families sprawl across the grounds enjoying the shade from the 100-yr-old oak trees. ”
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“An urban bat colony. At dusk, up to 300,000 bats head out for their nightly feedings.”
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“Beautiful trails, well kept, feels safe with plenty of others always running/walking/biking along with you, take one leave one box to Trade books, water fountains every mile or two, clean bathrooms every 3 miles or so.”
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