A staggering 90 different languages are spoken in Houston, so it is a given no matter what your mother tongue is, you will definitely be able to find a person to talk to. A sprawling city flowing into Galveston Bay of Texas, Houston is linked to the coastal visitor center of NASA's astronaut training and flight control complex and the Space Center of Houston. Yes, "Houston", was the first word uttered by Neil Armstrong when he landed on the moon.
In Houston's downtown area you will find a theater district and an historic area where funky restaurants sit side by side with 19th Century architecture. For a refreshing beverage or two there are quirky bars such as the "Dirt Bar" or The Beer Can House, without mentioning a couple of "swingers" bars for those that like to indulge in some extra curricular shenanigans. Tacos and hamburgers are not hard to find and every night over 25,000 Mexican free-tailed bats fly out for their mosquito dinner.
If you are looking for a pair of cowboy boots, do not go past The Texas Junk Company's offering of over 1,000 styles to choose from. Museums seem to be a bit on the quirky side as there is the National Museum of Funeral History, which showcases funeral service artifacts and an Art Car Museum displaying cars that have been transformed into works of art.
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