Papel Picado LbNA # 66196
|Placed Date||Nov 10 2013|
|Location||The Esplanade at Navigation, Houston, TX|
|Found By||Silver Eagle|
|Last Update||Dec 11 2013|
Go to The Esplanade at Navigation in Houston's East End. It is a 3-block stretch of art-filled pedestrian space in the median of Navigation Boulevard between N. St. Charles St. and N. Delano St. (including the original Ninfa's restaurant). At either end is a large iron archway designed to resemble papel picado, as are the shade canopies in the center of the park. Begin near the St. Charles end. Step up onto a raised deck with green picnic tables. Sit at the table near the large 3-trunked tree. You will be near the Merida Mexican Cafe. At the base of the tree is an electrical box. It's green with a duck embossed on it. Look to the right of the electrical box. The letterbox should be there, between the tree trunk and the decking.