One thing is always true about the state of Texas, it's a very big state. With so much area covered by the state, there's bound to many people and places to discover right? That is very true here in the Lone Star State.

Many of us remember our first visits to any Texas city don't we? My first time living in Texas was back in 1994, when I was two! I don't remember much, but I can remember my first visit to Central Texas, which I loved so much that decided to move here.

But personally, I don't believe I've ever visited Houston, Texas. Thankfully, one person already has a review for us, and let us tell you, we might need to visit Houston soon.

One Individual's First Visit To Houston, Reviewed In Video Form

We turn to the social media app Tik Tok, to see an Alabamian's, named Matt Mitchell, first steps inside the city of Houston, Texas, and let us tell you, it's rather eye opening:

Now, there is a lot to unpack here, but I've never heard Houston described as too close to the sun. I mean I've heard Texas is way too hot, but not one certain city being too close.

Also did you know there was a trinity in Houston that existed? That's certainly a new one, for me at least. The one that surprises me the most, in Matt's review, is that some H-E-Bs are good, and some are great. Personally, I thought they were all great.

Another thing, there are mini Buc-ee's? They're not all multi-pump mega stations? That's...shocking. Never knew that.

Did this video get everything right about Houston, or did Matt miss anything? Let us know by sending us a message using the chat feature on our FREE station app!

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