Summer in Texas can often be unenjoyable, but that shouldn’t discourage us from our personal enjoyment. Why not entertain yourself with events in the confines of air conditioning.
As you know being disabled is already a struggle, but our daily challenges shouldn’t stop us from fully enjoying the world. This is why I created a travel blog in order to focus on finding accessible places around the Houston
In the heart of the affluent Rivers Oaks District. Loch Bar, an upscale seafood restaurant was first established in Baltimore, Maryland.
This local coffee chain provides a nice alternative to Starbucks and offers a nice small coffee shop feel.
This weekend is the annual Abilities Expo and with many activities to choose from it can be quite overwhelming.
Next weekend is the free Houston Abilities Expo 2019. All are welcome to attend regardless of ability.
This charming Japanese restaurant in Katy’s LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch offers amazing sushi delicacies and excellent service. On Sundays, they offer happy hour specials all day that provides a great bargain for sushi connoisseurs.
On days we are exhausted or purely traveling, having something to clean ourselves is very important. That is why having bathing wipes is a godsend and is already moistened. Of all brands, No Rinse is simply the best option that I have come across and is high quality as well.
This national chain provides high quality Chinese/Asian fusion in a nice casual setting. It may not be quite authentic as your local Chinese restaurant, but the experience has consistently been pleasant in all my visits.
This fast casual pizza establishment offers individual pizzas with no limit on toppings. With affordable prices, this is a nice alternative to other national chains.
This Texas centric restaurant offers phenomenal New-American food with a laid back attitude. Notable items are bitterballen and pulled pork sandwich.