After having clothes destroyed by other merchants in town, I stick solely to Twin Oaks. They're not cheap, but they're miracle workers in getting out hard to remove stains and my clothes always come out looking great. It's also small enough so that you feel as if the staff gets to know you and actually cares that you're there. I highly recommend checking them out. You will not be disappointed.
The facilities rival that of the Houstonian, but you don't have the pretentiousness or the unbelievable cost. I've never engaged a trainer there, but they have been willing to answer a quick question or to give a tip. It's a young, good looking crowd, but everyone seems to be cool. There aren't a lot of cliques running the place, and the fitness level of the people varies without reaching a meathead standard too often. The locker rooms are plush.
It's not St. John's, but your children will receive world class instruction as well as an array of after school activities while here. The instructors are good as well since it's an honor to teach at the higher private instiutions in the city. If you live in Memorial, then you should definitely consider it.
You won't find a better education in Houston, except maybe for Rice University. My time here totally prepared me for both undergrad and law school. The teachers actually care about the students, and if you've ever driven by it, you can see that the facilities rival that of most private colleges. Save your money now, because your children will thank you later.
This is a top notch institution where your daughters will get an incredible education as well as good Catholic morals. The teachers were awesome, and their facilities are very nice. It's not cheap by any means, but you get what you pay for in this instance.
I'm so glad that I finally decided to give this place a shot. It's almost as if people don't know about it. They have tons of new releases, and the people are very helpful. I wish they had ways to renew books online, but I still highly recommend the place to anyone in Houston.
It's about as exciting as a luggage store could be. They carry quality goods, but the prices are nothing to be super excited about. The staff varies by the location as far as knowledge of the goods.
I cannot afford anything there, but I like to go there to check things out. They have quality pieces, and they're really cool with people who just want to check the place out. I hope to one day be able to afford pieces housed there.
The store is... interesting. The prices are sky high, but the goods are high quality. It's not my style of decorating, but I think the shop is very well run and organized. My father likes the shop, so I hit it up around Xmas and birthdays. Their staff is always helpful in making those tough gift selections.
I used to play Photon, so I was stoked when this place opened. It's really more for younger kids, but I still had fun reliving my younger years. The facilities are fine, and the arcade had some cool games. I can't wait to take my cousins there when they come to town.