Where can you go for the best entertainment, sports, cultural arts, dining, and nightlife? Look no further than Houston, Texas. It's home to a respected and energetic cultural arts scene, the oldest African-American theater in the Southwest, and the brains behind the United States space exploration. Houston is as diverse a city as they come.
Houston's moderate climate encourages year-round recreation. Gulf beaches, a boardwalk, lakes, over 150 public and private golf courses and hundreds of parks make getting out and about a pleasure. Houston has recorded just 14 snow days since 1939. The normal maximum temperature in January is 62 degrees, and the normal temperature in July is 94 degrees.
Houston's professional sports teams and players are not the only reason sports fans are flocking to the games. Houston offers three of the most state-of-the-art stadiums in the world - Minute Maid Park, home of the Astros; Reliant Stadium, home the Houston Texans and the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo; and the Toyota Center arena, home to the Houston Rockets and Aeros. All stadiums are linked by METRORail. Houston's newest professional team, the Houston Dynamo soccer teams, plays its home matches at the new BBVA Compass Stadium.
Start your aviation career at AIM's aircraft technician school in Houston, TX. With three major airports, Houston is one of the nation's premier international gateways linking the region to more than 185 destinations. George Bush International Airport is ranked the eighth busiest airport in the United States for total passengers with nearly 42 million people travelling through the airport in 2009.
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