5 Historic Places of Worship to Visit in Houston

At AFC, we have the honor of transporting many members of church groups around Texas. So this week we’ll take a look at five historic places of worship in Houston. Our city has so many spiritual places, it was difficult to pick just five.

5 Beautiful Wedding Venues in Houston

Houston is blessed with hundreds of places to stage a beautiful wedding. It’s really impossible to narrow it down to just five. But take these suggestions as representatives of Houston’s bounty of wedding venues. Whether you’re planning an intimate ceremony with your 10 nearest and dearest, or a cast of hundreds, Houston has your venue. Modern brides, vintage brides, elegant …

5 Cruises to Take Out of Galveston

With summertime just around the corner, a lot of folks are looking for great places to spend a week (or more) of vacation. And if you’re used to traveling via plane, motorcoach, or car, then taking a cruise might be a refreshing change of pace. Think about it: instead of being cramped inside your vehicle of choice and traveling as …

The McDonald’s Houston Children’s Festival is Coming Up

Every springtime for the past 30 years, the McDonald’s Houston Children’s Festival has brought games, rides, entertainment, and circus acts to delight children in downtown Houston. This year’s children’s festival runs for two days: Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8. Events take place in the area surrounding City Hall, Hermann Square, Houston Public Library Plaza, Sam Houston Park, and …

10 Things to Consider When Chartering a Bus

Most people have boarded a bus or train without pondering the competence of the driver, reputation of the company or condition of the vehicle. But when you’re the person responsible for chartering a bus, you’re in a whole new territory. All the members of your group are trusting you to provide them with a safe and comfortable ride.