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How To Enjoy The Perfect Solo Daycation In Houston
Houston is one of the few cities that remain relatively open for business during the pandemic. But we always suggest wearing your mask, social distancing, and keeping your hands washed and sanitized.
Solo daycations are on a rise as people explore safe alternatives in the meantime. If you happen to live in Houston or are visiting soon, here is a guide on how to navigate the perfect solo daycation around the city.
Westheimer Curve has added a new mural to pay tribute to the late rapper MF Doom. Located on the outside of the popular vintage clothing store, LoFi has drawn in a crowd looking to see the art that is inspired by the MC.
After viewing the mural, feel free to take some photos and then head inside to shop for some vintage pieces.
Seismique interactive Art Museum is home to 40+ interactive installations filled with unique art, made from light generated by 9-million LEDs, various color, sound and other natural elements. You’ll definitely be able to get some cool shots for Instagram. Social distancing is in effect and Seismique is admitting guests at limited capacity.
Running until January 31st, get into the winter wonderland spirit and ice skate under the lights powered by Green Mountain Energy. Safety procedures and protocols for COVID-19 are still in place while enjoying the ice.
Dine in (take out is available as well) at One Fifth Houston, where your favorite holiday dishes are on the menu all year round. Chef Matt Staph created a custom menu, in hopes that guests are instantly connected to home. Try the Pecan-crusted fried chicken and grits.
Hotel Icon is located in the heart of Houston’s downtown area. This newly renovated hotel has kept the character of old Hollywood, while making modern upgrades you will surely enjoy. Check into the “Deluxe Guest Room” to enjoy a relaxing evening in the spa tub.