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Houston is one of the most prosperous cities in the United States, where there are the best employment rates, entertainment areas, urban art, festivals and a wide variety of food on the streets. Popular city for being the headquarters of NASA and the largest medical center in the world. Houston is a good start for those who want to live in the United States
Interest in the learning of the French language has been increasing in recent years in many parts of the world, to the point of becoming the fourth most spoken language in the world and the only one, along with English, spoken in the five continents.
Houston is the fourth city in the United States and a great city in every way. In addition to its large area, Houston is home to Space Center Houston, the largest Medical Center in the world, the largest Rodeo and Cattle Fair on the planet, a Theater District that houses world-class organizations, a prestigious culinary scene, and top-level sports facilities.
Two of Europe's most storied clubs are coming to Houston! They will clash at NRG Stadium on July 20 as part of the International Champions Cup.
We are starting to feel the heat of the seasons here in Houston and for any family, there is no better plan than to go for a delicious and refreshing ice cream. It is impressive the culinary revolution that the city of Houston has had in recent years and in terms of desserts and ice creams, we have an infinite number of options.
The world-famous Houston rodeoand cattle fair, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which will be held this year from February 25 to March 17, is characterized by a host of activities, including - in addition to rodeo tournaments - concerts, different competitions, competitions, exhibitions and games for visitors.
It is finally here! the carnival days that all the youth are waiting for. Mardi Gras is the name of the carnival that is celebrated in some parts of the United States, such as New Orleans Louisiana, Mobile, Alabama and St. Louis, Missouri. It is celebrated the day before Ash Wednesday.