Travel Guide - When you think
of Dallas I bet you think of Cowboys, both the football
team and the good-looking kind of guys. Dallas the
city is much more than that, much more and we are
going to tell you all about what this city is made
of. For one thing, when you first arrive in Dallas,
usually by air transportation you will find yourself
departing your plane into the world’s third
busiest airport. Everything in the Dallas
Fort Worth Airport including the terminal
buildings were designed for passenger convenience.
The airport itself is larger in physical size than
the island of Manhattan in NY City. Just imagine how
huge this airport is, which is just one of the fascinating
facts about the City
John F. Kennedy was assassinated
and mourned by thousands and there is much in the way
of cultural exhibits to honor his memory. These are
places that you must see while you are in the area and
you will learn so much about this most famous man’s
life and his contributions to the world. As you know
America as well as the world mourned his death. Never
to be forgotten he is etched in the history of the world.
Dallas City you will find many famed
attractions, cultural festivities and numerous dining,
shopping (Grapevine Mills has 200 of the best names
in manufacturers and retail outlets and is about 30
minutes from Dallas) and nightlife experiences to keep
you more than busy. There are numerous museums in the
area, The Dallas Museum of Art, Ripley’s
Believe or Not Museum and the Legends of the Game Baseball
Museum as well as a lot more. You will enjoy the Dallas
Symphony, Orchestra and the broadways shows that are in the area too. Remember all the tourist attractions come with the famous Southern hospitality and you will
be treated like royalty during your visit.
For when you have entered the life style
of the Dallas Environment it grows
and grows on you and when you leave you will wish to
return again and again. It is a place all its own and
special city to say the very least.
If you have trouble finding suitable Dallas hotels? Try to contact the local tourism office.