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Some people immediately give off a cool vibe. They simply seem like someone you could talk to for hours. That’s Dre, aRead more
Houston-raised, knowledge-sharing tour guide for Houston Urban Adventures. As both a former stunt man and an experienced hypnotherapist, he is certainly filled with a lot of interesting stories....
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Houston, Texas! To help you plan your trip, our local Houston tour guides have compiled you everything you need to know about visiting Houston, from getting to and from the airport, to the best Houston-themed books you should read and movies you should see before you go, to...
Exploring the urban landscape is all about perspective. When walking through a city we know well, we often forget to look up from our morning paper to admire the cityscape. By reaching new heights and new depths, we discover new angles, re-appreciate old views, and fall in love with our city...Read more
Hi, I’m Michael and I’ve been your local expert inRead more
Houston, Texas, for a little over a year and a half now. Our city is becoming very metropolitan. Millions of people from all around the world! Meeting these people is actually one of the things I love most about leading...
For International Women’s Day on March 8th, we’re talking travel to some of our female guides around the world. Give it up for Sandra inRead more
Houston! What is your best travel memory? Seeing a tiny Roman bridge under a Welsh bridge. It put history into perspective! Why did you start...
When the earthquake struck on September 19, 2017, the residents of Mexico City had just finished their annual drill. It was the anniversary of the 1985 8.1-magnitude quake that killed some 10,000 people. Every year on that date, the city runs through safety drills, in the hopes that if a...Read more
Also known as “The Big D” (and I don’t mean Dallas), Denver was a gold and coal mining town, turned oil and gas, turned financial district, and more recently outdoor lover’s paradise and marijuana test bed for the rest of the United States (and Europe). It’s a city that continually...Read more
New York City is constantly in motion — coffee shops, corner cafés, and neighbourhood bars seem to be there one day and gone the next. It definitely hurts when your favourite spot shuts down, but in general, this competition means the long-term survivors tend to be the best food and...Read more
Making travel plans can be a bit challenging when you’re a vegetarian. Sure, you could try to explain to the waiter that you’d like that daily special sans meat, you could opt for a salad, or a disappointing bowl of plain rice, but where’s the fun in that? You want...Read more