Dallas, Texas skyline (iStockphoto)


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What to do in Dallas

Dallas has long been the economic artery of Texas (not to mention home of the Dallas Cowboys), but in recent decades the city has cultivated a healthy art and music scene as well. The 68-acre Dallas Arts District is the largest urban arts district in the country and features 13 state-of-the-art facilities. The AT&T Performing Arts Center houses an opera house, theater, outdoor artist square, and performance hall. The Dallas Museum of Art lets tourists download pre-recorded tours to their smartphones. And the Nasher Sculpture Center is an eco-friendly 55,000-square-foot space. The city’s hip nightlife thrives nearby in Deep Ellum, a three-block stretch once home to the cotton industry. The area boasts more than a dozen live music venues, where jazz, country, rock, and more can be heard at all hours of the night.

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Erica rates Dallas
Loved Dallas!! The skyline at night is breathtaking! The people are very friendly and Texas itself is the most patriotic state in the union. Texas flags fly high everywhere you go, the people seem to be truly proud to live there and they respect their state and their country. Downtown and in the surrounding area there is lots of great things to do and see. From the chic shopping malls to the down home country resturants its got everything you could ask for. You have to see the new Cowboy stadium too, it is awesome, no other stadium like it!!
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