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The day started with the great office in downtown Houston. Houston city tour was fabulous. The city tour bus driver was amazing and detailed for explaining everything very well. After the City tour completed, the trip to NASA was very nice and had great trip to NASA. One thing we were not told about the control center for NASA trip requires a separate entry ticket (no cost) but it needs to be required when you have NASA ticket purchased. So in future the tours company should be purchasing block of tickets for their tourists so people coming from out of town do have that attraction available to visit at NASA. Lines were very very big so plan to go early in order to cover everything at NASA.
We are liked the tour, and although having lived in Houston for some time and doing it mainly for our visitors, we had a great time. The only two things I would say is: It should not be called a Hop-on-Hop-off bus because many travelers will expect a typical tour like in London, Rome, Toronto or SF, and it is more of a 90 minute tour. And it would be nice if they could extend the Museum District tour by additionally including a drive around Herrmann Park because that would give people a quick view of the MIller's Outdoor Theatre, McGovern Centennial Garden, the Houston Zoo. and Medical Center
90 minutes city tour was an enjoyable to discover hidden Houston which tourist may not be able to know eg Underground tunnel and the marvelous architect buildings in Houston. NASA tour of course is a must to join to explore the tram tour in understanding more on Mission Space Center and Astronaut training center. However, 4 hours in NASA is insufficient to view all detail exhibits as the tram tours already cover 2 hours. It would be better to have 5 hours NASA tour.
need to organize better. After city tour, I asked driver whether I have time for bathroom break and he said yes. After finish bathroom, I barely made to the bus as the driver was about to leave. I almost couldn't catch the bus to nasa space center which is the reason I am here in Houston. need to organize better.
Good information, educational, beautiful buildings and much easier way to learn the tunnels than going out on your own. See what's underground then pop up to the street level periodically to see the buildings and learn more.