A Texas Dimond- Dallas

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America is definitely the toppest destination for having a vacation, thousands of spots are attracting people come from all over the world. Instead of these most famous cities, I would like to introduce Dallas to you in the following even though you have not know it before. It is the city where Bonnie Parker and Jorah Jones were borned. And I can promise you this city won’t let down!

If you ask me when is the best time to visit, then, spring is my answer. Outdoor activities are available during this period, visitors can having much fun by playing Rangers baseball games and patios. Besides, Belmont Hotel is the outdoor patio, where is a excellent place to have a panoramic view of Dallas. Spending some time in Dallas Museum of Art you can not only enjoy art but also have chance watching live jazz on every Thursday nights, that’s so fabulous for me! As we mentioned outdoor before, here I surpose to say, Klyde Warren Park is the suitable one for spending your outdoor time.

5K “dash” and Celebration of Greenville St.Patty can satify the passion of travelers who are interested in festival. Fair Park helds the largest exhibition of Texas in October each year. HallofState is the most famous buildings beauty of in the park, it is to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of independence of Texas and was built in 1936. There also has Cotton Bowl Stskium, Garden Center (botanical Garden), Museumof Texas History History museum (Texas), and the aquarium, museum, etc.

Personally, I really fall in love with Bryan Cabin, which is the earlist building of Dallas constructed by a pioneer nambed John Le Yang in 1841. If you still have some time after around all the spots, then, take some expectations go to Bryan Cabin, it will offer you full of wonderful.

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  1. Sary June 3, 2014 at 5:34 pm -

    It’s always great to go back to a place that you went as a newbie traveler. I would love to go back to Prague (and eat Bohemian Bagel lol)

  2. Rachel June 3, 2014 at 5:33 pm -

    I find Prague to be the most human of cities and frequently simply walk without a destination and find myself in the most sublime little courtyards and places green. It’s scale is very human but human in its most extraordinary and uplifting way. If you go and really look little Prague will put her hooks in you and never let you go.