Rodeo Houston 2017: Things To Do In Houston

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Rodeo Houston is where people from all walks of life come to eat, have fun, see award-winning livestock, and see their favorite artist perform. In a  way, the largest rodeo in the world, becomes Houston's playground during the few weeks it's in town. Going to the rodeo is a family tradition for some, certainly, for us it is! Rodeo Houston 2017 was our 3rd consecutive year and our daughters' 2nd year, not that she remembers much on her first visit though. She is almost 2 years old and was aware of what was going on around her. This is really an event anyone could enjoy.
Some of our favorite things to do ( check out the Vlog too!) are trying out different deep fried food and of course, the huge turkey legs! There is food everywhere and you are bound to run into options never heard before. Apart from the food, we love to seeing the livestock inside, the petting zoo, and all the games you can play. There are so many cool games where you can easily win and take huge stuffed animals home. For the more adventurous or adrenaline junkies, there are some amazing rides that I could probably only do once in a lifetime! Do a bungee jump, get flung in the air, flip upside down, whatever your thrill is, you'll find it here! The views at night are spectacular and you can see the carnival from the highway next to NRG Park.
If you are visiting Houston during the month of March, this is one of the things you should put down in your travel itinerary! Plus, you get to see the iconic Astrodome up close! There are so many amazing things going on in our city like this one here, and  you can be part of it all! Check out the Vlog below and follow our adventures on YouTube



What are some events of your favorite events to attend?

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3 years in a row has become into a family tradition

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Mila and her boots!


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Rodeo Houston brings fun to all families

Rodeo Houston Carnival


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