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40+ Free & Low Cost Things To Do In Dallas, Texas (United States Travel Series Book 1)

S Green

Planning a visit to the beautiful city of Dallas, Texas or do you currently live near Dallas and looking for family-friendly activities and attractions? We have an array of interesting, inspiring, motivating, and fun places to see and activities to become involved in. Looking for an interesting entertainment idea, great food, or browsing through historic and contemporary artifacts and sculptures? 40+ Free & Low Cost Things to Do in Dallas, Texas is just the book for you. There's something for everyone.

Greater Than a Tourist- Dallas Texas USA: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

Blaise Ramsay

Are you excited about planning your next trip?Do you want to try something new?Would you like some guidance from a local?If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.Greater Than a Tourist- Dallas Texas USA by Blaise Ramsay offers the inside scoop on x. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.In these pages, you will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.

City Maps Dallas Texas, USA

James McFee

City Maps Dallas Texas, USA is an easy to use small pocket book filled with all you need for your stay in the big city. Attractions, pubs, bars, restaurants, museums, convenience stores, clothing stores, shopping centers, marketplaces, police, emergency facilities and the list goes on and on. This collection of maps is up to date with the latest developments of the city. This city map is a must if you wish to enjoy the city without internet connection.

Paranormal Texas: Your Travel Guide to Haunted Places near Dallas & Fort Worth

Tui Snider

If you like ghost stories about real haunted houses and the supernatural, check out Paranormal Texas. Not only does Tui Snider share haunted history behind the ghost stories and paranormal activity in the Dallas - Fort Worth area, but she gives directions to haunted houses, businesses, and other supernatural hot spots you can visit in person, such as the:

*Serial Killer's Grave where EVP's & Anomalous Photos are Common *Amusement Park where a Little Girl Haunts the Candy Store *Country Graveyard with a Mysteriously Glowing Tombstone *Hotel so Haunted that a University Teaches Parapsychology there *Elevator that Opens By Itself when Pretty Women Walk By *Historic Cemetery where People get EVP's & Orbs in Broad Daylight *Ghost Town with an Operatic Apparition & a Haunted Restaurant *B&B with a Gentlemanly Ghost who seems Protective of Women *Theater that Kept its Resident Ghost in Mind when Remodeling *Historic Town Squares where nearly Every Shop has a Ghost

Lost Dallas (Images of America)

Mark Doty

Although founded in 1841, Dallas did not experience significant growth until 1873 when the Texas and Pacific (T&P) Railroad crossed the Houston and Texas Central Railroad (H&TC) near downtown. Securing these railroads led to a prolific building boom that has never fully ended, even during the Great Depression and subsequent world wars. Dallas’s ability to sustain growth and development as a banking and commercial center led to the demolition of much of the early built environment, a trend that continues even today. Lost Dallas explores and documents those buildings, neighborhoods, and places that have been lost and even forgotten since the city's modest antebellum beginning.

Folded Map: Dallas Street Map

Rand McNally

Rand McNally's folded map for Dallas is a must-have for anyone traveling in and around this part of Texas, offering unbeatable accuracy and reliability at a great price. Our trusted cartography shows all Interstate, U.S., state, and county highways, along with clearly indicated parks, points of interest, airports, county boundaries, and streets. The easy-to-use legend and detailed index make for quick and easy location of destinations. You'll see why Rand McNally folded maps have been the trusted standard for years.Regularly updatedFull-color mapsClearly labeled Interstate, U.S., state, and county highwaysIndications of parks, points of interest, airports, county boundaries, schools, shopping malls, downtown & vicinity mapsEasy-to-use legendDetailed & full street indexConvenient folded sizeCommunities Included: AddisonCarrollton, Cockrell Hill, Farmers Branch, Highland Park, Irving, University Park plus downtown enlargement

Moon Dallas & Fort Worth (Travel Guide)

Emily Toman

Moon Travel Guides: Experience the Life of the City!Whether you're looking for honky-tonks or chicken-fried steak, find out what sets "DFW" apart with Moon Dallas & Fort Worth. Inside you'll find:Strategic itineraries that can be adapted for your budget and timeline, whether you're in Dallas for a weekend or spending more time exploring the regionActivities and unique ideas: Catch a show at the House of Blues, learn how to line dance, or risk a ride on a mechanical bull. Tour landmarks of both cities' infamous outlaw history, or grab a bite from one of Dallas's many food trucks after strolling the Nasher Sculpture Center. Escape the heat with a dip in Lake Texoma or a kayak trip down the Trinity River, and find the best margaritas, dancing, and famed Texas steak for a night on the townHonest advice on where to stay, where to eat, and how to get around by car or public transportation Local insight from born-and-bred Dallas expert Emily TomanFull-color, vibrant photos and detailed maps for navigating independentlyDetailed and thorough information, including background on culture and history, geography, and regional vernacularWith Moon Dallas & Fort Worth's practical tips, myriad activities, and expert advice on the best things to do and see, you can plan your trip your way.Looking to explore more of the Lone Star State? Try Moon Austin, San Antonio & the Hill Country, or Moon Texas.

Dallas Restaurant Guide 2019: Best Rated Restaurants in Dallas, Texas - 500 Restaurants, Bars and Cafés recommended for Visitors, 2019

Paul M Schuyler

The restaurants found in this guide are the most positively reviewed and recommended by locals and travelers. "TOP 500 RESTAURANTS" (58 Cuisine Types). Afghan, American, Argentine, Asian Fusion, Bagels, Barbeque, Brasseries, Brazilian, Breakfast & Brunch, British, Buffets, Cajun, Caribbean, Chinese, Creole, Cuban, Delis, Diners, French, German, Gluten-Free, Greek, Himalayan, Indian, Iranian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin American, Lebanese, Mediterranean, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Moroccan, Nepalese, Pakistani, Persian, Polish, Ramen, Salvadoran, Spanish, Steakhouses, Sushi, Tapas, Tex-Mex, Thai, Turkish, Vegan, Vegetarian, Venezuelan, Vietnamese and many more options to visit and enjoy your stay.

Historic Dallas Hotels (Images of America)

Sam Childers

In Dallas's infancy, accommodations for the traveler arriving by stage or horseback consisted of boardinghouses or unfurnished rooms, but within 10 years of the city's founding, Dallas could boast about what is considered to be its first hotel: Thomas Crutchfield's log cabin and livery stable. As the village evolved from town to city, these early facilities were replaced with elegantly appointed hotels that rivaled those in New York or Chicago and established Dallas as a modern city. As the 20th century progressed, many older hotels were replaced with up-to-date facilities, and the rise of the automobile following World War II saw the establishment of dozens of motels and motor courts. There were accommodations for every type of traveler, and Dallas had established itself as a hotel town.

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Dallas/Fort Worth: Includes Tarrant, Collin, and Denton Counties

Joanie Sánchez

60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Dallas / Fort Worth covers the best trails the metroplex has to offer, including popular trails as well as lesser-known paths no guidebook has covered before. This is the essential guide you’ll need for hiking in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Choose a trek alongside ancient dinosaur tracks at Dinosaur Valley State Park, or follow fresh prints of live coyote and white-tailed deer at Lake Mineral Wells. Explore remnants of Texas’ disappearing blackland prairie, or wander amongst the dense hardwood forests of the riparian wetlands. A hike for every mood, you can pick a quiet hike to a secluded pecan grove or an upbeat populated hike to a State Champion Oak Tree – or maybe you just want to feel like a pioneer as you hike through the wilderness of the LBJ National Grasslands. Hikes include treks through open prairies, rolling hillsides, lakeside beaches, and other treasures all found just a daytrip or less from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.

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