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Toyota Center

Since opening in October 2003, Toyota Center has set a new standard for sports and entertainment, becoming one of the premier live entertainment venues in the nation. Laid over the span of six city blocks, Toyota Center is home to the NBA’s Houston Rockets. Toyota Center also plays host to the nation’s top concerts and touring shows.
Winner of the Allen Award for Civic Enhancement by Central Houston in 2003, “Rookie of the Year” by the Harlem Globetrotters in 2004 and a finalist for Pollstar Magazine’s “Best New Concert Venue” award, Toyota Center welcomed more than 1.5 million fans during its first year alone. Toyota Center hosted the Latin Grammys in 2008, as well as two NBA All-Star Games in 2006 and 2013. In 2010, Toyota Center became the first professional sports facility in Texas to earn the Silver Certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.

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HOUSTON

One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is a destination not to be missed. Founded in 1630, the city is home to some of the most historic buildings and oldest neighborhoods you will ever visit. Faneuil Hall, Beacon Hill, and the city’s Little Italy in the North End will take you on a historical tour of Boston. Other attractions to take in are the Freedom Trail, Boston Common, Public Garden and historic Fenway Park. Consider staying in one of the city’s famous historic buildings, the Langham hotel. This hotel is housed in a former Federal Reserve Bank and features a spa, fancy lounge, and afternoon tea.

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