I just wanna say I'm happy that you moved to Texas but I am also sad that you left the Sunshine State! I wish you well on your journey.
Let's get to the nitty gritty and look at some things to do around Houston.
-Here is Houston's CityPass for only $69.
They give you 9 days of activities:
Space Center Houston
Museum of Fine Arts, home to more than 60,000 artworks
Kemah Boardwalk All-Day Ride Pass
The Children's Museum of Houston
The Houston Museum of Natural Science
-Here is a Haunted Houston Ghost Tour for only $33.
Explore the historic district of downtown Houston on a leisurely walking tour that combines a pub crawl with ghost stories recounted by your costumed guide. Your 2.5-hour evening walking tour visits four bars located in historic buildings that each boast spooky stories. Have time to sip a drink (own expense) as your guide illuminates the history of Houston through tales of rumored hauntings and other spine-tingling tales.
2.5-hour Houston ghost and pub walking tour
Learn about Houston's past while visiting pubs in historic buildings
Have the option to purchase drinks at four stops
Combine a history tour with ghost stories and drinks
Includes guide and walking tour
-Here is Astroville Air-Conditioned Underground Tunnel Tour of Downtown Houston for only $33.35
-Here is Woodlands Indoor Skydiving with 2 Flights for only $92
-Here is Downtown Houston Food Tour for only $73.85
-Here is Montrose Food Tour for only $96.99
-Here is Kemah Boardwalk Waterfront Dining Experience with Luxury Transport from Houston for only $475 for group of 4
If there's other things you'd like to do like camping or sky diving, I can always follow up with another set of links of information for you.
I hope you have the best of time there!!!!
P.S. I'm so glad we got to go for (shitty) pedicures before you left. That really meant a lot.