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Dallas is a very family friendly city. Each and every year thousands of people travel to the Lone Star State for their Texas vacations and holidays. One of the prime destinations for people interested in visiting Texas is the bustling city of Dallas in central Texas. If you have found yourself in a position to take a rather spur of the moment trip and are looking for an ideal destination for your upcoming travels, Dallas could just be your next spot for a weekend getaway!

Dallas is home to a number of top rated resorts. As is the case with so many different hotel properties, Dallas resorts are faced with last minute cancellations. (Many of these Dallas resorts partner with major airlines to develop complete travel and lodging packages that you can take advantage of as part of any 11th hour vacation.)...read more about Dallas Texas


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Texas is a unique state, and Dallas is its most visited city. It's a wonderful place to go for a whole vacation or just a week-end. Tourists find many things to see and do there. The Trinity river is near and many of its creeks and tributaries run through the city. You can walk the river paths and view oak trees, as well as cottonwood and pecan.

Dallas is a financial and business hub for the southwest United States. Dallas claims to be one of the busiest convention cities in the States, with a variety of hotels to fit everyone's budget. The downtown core boasts several luxury hotels with easy access to the Dallas convention center. For those interested in hotels away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, there are a number of elegant hotels in the suburbs or near the airport.

Dallas may be a big financial city but this doesn’t mean that you won’t find a great amount of culture and art here as well. There are many museums and art galleries that you can visit..read more about Dallas »


6 must-see shopping center malls of DFW; 3 in the Dallas area and 3 in the Fort Worth area, in no particular order:

Galleria Dallas (Dallas area - Dallas): For sheer "Wow" factor, Galleria Dallas is impressive. Modeled after the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, Italy, it's four levels ooze élan and luxury. There are one-of-a-kind high-end stores, but also a good variety of mainstream merchants.

Stonebriar Centre (Dallas area - Frisco): Stonebriar may have the most interesting exterior architecture of any shopping center mall in DFW. This open, bright mall has it all, and has the most children's apparel merchants of any other mall.

Town East Mall (Dallas area - Mesquite): Town East is instantly recognizable by its large center structure that covers the center part of this huge shopping mall. Remodeling in 2005 added many stores and updated the interior. Town East resembles a large wheel, with the Food Court its center hub...read more »


As the third largest city in Texas, Dallas attracts a diverse array of visitors every year - from Yankees hoping to get a dose of Southern culture to world businessmen attending conferences in the city. In fact, a large proportion of people who pass through Dallas belong to the latter category, but the transient nature of business trips means that not many get to see the attractions the city has to offer. However, even if you're only in Dallas for a couple of days, it's certainly possible to fit in some sightseeing, whether you're in between meetings or relaxing after a packed conference agenda....read more »

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