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Tourists View Old Order Amish Colony Outside Houston, Texas

Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania are not the only states with Amish settlements. A 20 minute drive from the city of Houston, Texas, an old order Amish colony flourishes. The colony is unknown to many visitors. The settlement values privacy, therefore, no billboards are posted along the highway and th ...

Feel the Adrenaline Rush at the Houston Dragon Boat Festival

The Texas Dragon Boat Festival is an annual event hosted by Houston, Texas every year. Started in the year 2001, the Dragon Boat Race is a race down Buffalo Bayou and is a spectacular event visited by thousands of people from all over the country. This year the Texas Dragon Boat Festival will be he ...

Glass Blowing Lessons in Houston

Glass blowing is one of the oldest methods of creating some of the most impressive glass designs known to man. This method is impressive and you can creative amazing glass artifacts using the blowing technique. However the art of blowing glass is fading and there are not many places that help you l ...

Enjoy the 2015 McDonald’s Houston Children Festival

The Houston Children's Festival began in 1988. The extravaganza was initiated with the objective of establishing a family festival as a platform to create awareness about prevailing child abuse. The event was formerly known as “Children for Children” Festival. While the initial rece ...

Travelling to Houston, Experience Nasa

The world, with its vast array of natural objects and phenomena, is truly amazing. Human beings can never truly appreciate the beauty this world possesses and all the wonders it brings with it. Perhaps the only thing that trumps the world’s beauty is that which is outside it. That enormous st ...

Romantic Texas Rendezvous for Valentine's Weekend

The city of Houston, Texas is a charming setting for a romantic weekend rendezvous. The culturally diverse city is home to a museum district and performing arts theater district. Some visitors may prefer to retreat to the romantic bay area of Houston. The climate in Houston is relatively mild with ...

Houston Zoo, A Great Place to Spend the Afternoon

Houston residents take pride in the revitalized Houston Zoo. Tourists and residents alike enjoy viewing the wide assortment of animals in natural-appearing habitats. The Houston Zoo is a great place to spend the afternoon strolling along the well landscaped paths while observing the animals and pla ...

Ride Into the Houston Auto Show This January

If automobiles get your pulse racing and you are always at the top of auto news, then the Houston Auto show is just for you. A whopping 500 of the newest models placed on a sprawling space of 700,000 square feet will greet you in the 2015 show.The auto show is exhibiting imported as well as do ...

Celebrate Christmas Texas Style in Houston

Celebrate Christmas Texas style in Houston this year! Texans believe that everything is bigger and better in Texas. Events in Houston this Christmas are sure to convince visitors that Texans are correct in this belief. Rumor has it that Santa plans a visit to scout the city of Houston for possible ...

Haunted Hermann Park: Ghost Tour, Train Ride, & More!

Beware: Houston is Haunted! If you are traveling to Houston during October or any weekend in the future, be sure to participate in the Houston Ghost Tour! The 100-year-old Hermann Park is the home of the Houston Ghost Tour. The tour is open daily during October and during weekends year round.T ...