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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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

Are We There Yet? Dallas: A guide to family travel and activities in Dallas, Texas

Georgette Driscoll

What are we going to do today? This book has the answer and will definitely become a family favorite. Are We There Yet? Dallas provides both travelers and locals with 200+ Dallas attractions perfect for the whole family. All the practical information you need is provided, including prices and hours of operation. The Best of the Big D chapter includes over 100+ Free or Great Deals and best by age, day of the week, and season.

This guide is perfect for parents who love to learn with their children. The “Texas and the Big D” chapter includes a brief history of Texas and Dallas which will provide you some interesting background as you explore. Unique and fun facts are provided throughout.

Easy to use information and chapters dedicated to: • Art & Museums • Film, Theater, and the Sound of Music • Animals All Around • Take It Outside (Parks and Rec) • Take Me Out to the Ballgame • Trains, Planes, and Automobiles • Expected to the Unexpected • Traditional Fun Zones • Historic Districts and Landmarks • Festivals and Special Events • Day Trips

Dallas Top 185 Spots: Travel Guide to Dallas Texas (Local Love Texas Travel Guide)

Cristiano Nogueira

Want an easy-to-read travel guide to Dallas? This book shows the top 185 best spots in this unique destination in United States.Local Love Travel Publishing works exclusively with local travel experts to guide and help you make the most of your vacation.'Dallas Top 185 Spots' is your menu to all the 'must-visit' spots in this destination in United States.Quickly get the lay of the land, understanding all your day, food and night-life options.Enjoy your days at places like: Dallas Museum of Art, Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park, Klyde Warren Park, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, White Rock Lake Park, Dallas Zoo, Highland Park Village, American Airlines Center, Pioneer Plaza, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Fair Park, Cedar Ridge Preserve, Old Red Museum, Dealey Plaza, The Sixth Floor Museum, Bishop Arts District, Nasher Sculpture Center, Topgolf Dallas, Katy Trail, ... amongst tons of other interesting nooks in Dallas!Enjoy local cuisine at top notch restaurants like: American Airlines Center, Fair Park, Bishop Arts District, Nasher Sculpture Center, Neighborhood Services, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Stephan Pyles, Nonna, The Grape, Bolsa, Cane Rosso, Abacus, Mughlai Indian Cusine, Al Biernat's Prime Steak & Seafood, Stampede 66 By Stephan Pyles, Yutaka Sushi Bistro, Sissy's Southern Kitchen & Bar, Meddlesome Moth, Boulevardier, ... amongst many other food spots!Party at local hangouts like: American Airlines Center, Fair Park, Meddlesome Moth, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, The Ginger Man, Peticolas Brewing Company, Lone Star Park, Reunion Tower, Majestic Theatre, Granada Theater, Galleria Dallas, The Music Hall at Fair Park, Bath House Cultural Center, Carnival Barker's, Wyly Theatre, Winspear Opera House, Gexa Energy Pavilion, Texas Theatre, The Arena - Dallas Convention Center, ... amongst dozens of others!This guide also covers Dallas spots like shopping areas, museums, parks,outdoor adventures, nightclubs and street foods.For each and every point of interest you`ll get:Illustrative photoAddress and phoneLink to your Google Maps Link to Website (when pertinent)And a quick explanation as to why it deserves a visit.No needless fluff, no boring anthropological lessons! Just everything we love!We don`t stuff our travel content with working hours, credit-cards accepted, nearby transportation and user-reviews as it tends to bulk up the writing and are subject to change since the time of publishing. Once you decide the places you want to visit, these infos can easily be found at your hotel concierge, on-line or on Google Maps.No user-review based content!Similarly, our philosophy has been that user-reviewed travel sites are subjective, as they tend to top-rank places that manage their reputation on those sites. So little corner bakeries, unique shops by local artisans, secluded beaches and hidden bars don't show up in those sites as visibly as places that have an on-line marketer or social media specialist. Similarly, we believe the opinion of one well-informed local expert should outweigh the opinion of hundreds of first-time visitors to Dallas. First-time visitors tend to flock to famous tourist attractions, creating a vicious circle, accentuating just the popular places. Our local experts know the entire city, and know what deserves a visit, whether a famous attraction or a quaint corner.'Dallas Top 185 Spots' is the first travel guide to Dallas you ought to read.It quickly helps you define your short-list of places you want to visit, so you don`t have to spend hours reading hundreds of pages of dense writing. All for less than the price of a sandwich.Tags: Dallas, United States , travel, travel guide, city handbook, history, historic landmarks, English

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