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Old Posted Aug 4, 2009, 2:28 AM
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Awesome. Give us more sometime.

Seems like those shops in "downtown" in the Heights close up early...
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Some fine photos.

Love the curves at UH.
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Looking good. The park really looks like it's taken off (the plants I mean).
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I enjoyed the shots, thanks for posting them. Don't seem too much UofH on here, it's looking good. Have you seen the new on campus dorms they are building?
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Awesome. Give us more sometime.

Seems like those shops in "downtown" in the Heights close up early...
How early?
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Ah, great stuff. Thanks!
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How early?
When I got there during the Downtown to the Heights walk I did a little while back, it was about 7:30pm and it was nearly empty. I was a little let down. I should visit in the afternoon.
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It's interesting that the "skyline" of the Texas Medical Center from Hermann Park looks more substantial than some cities skylines. Great shots, thanks!
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