Hyatt Place Dallas-North
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Great place. Good and safe location. Very clean and great service!
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... shoes. There are 2nd hand shops where I could spend all day. Oh wow and I would love to buy loads of stuff and freight home. The UNT (University of North Texas) has an outreach gallery on the square and there is live music for free on Thursday evenings. Tonight is Classical guitar then Jazz vocals. We listened to the classical guitar recital - excellent. As we walked back to the car the Court House was illuminated and all the trees around it had ...
From our overnight at Lake Hubbard, we drove to Dallas to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, a request from Jimmy. EXCELLENT choice- so interesting, from the first exhibit about the American pastime of baseball ( and ALL the Presidents involvements), to the Response to 9-11 exhibit, and the Oval Office reproduction. Our next stop was to relive November 22, 1963. The sixth floor of the Book Depository building at Dealey Plaza was full of ...
... Museum at Dealey Plaza - Art District - BBQ lunch At 8:30am, I'm driving to Dallas, and it only took about 20 mins to get there from the airport. Not so bad. It's wet, rainy, and cold! The skyline peaked through the fog leaving me wanting to see more. I find parking and begin to walk around. Voila...I find an attraction sign helping me find my way around the different attractions. First stop: Old Red Museum (Dallas History 101) Built in 1892, this restored Courthouse ...
... is steeped in Texas pride and will forever hold high esteem amongst the lone star state. The Battle of the Alamo took place between February 23 and March 6 1836, a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. On the 13th day, thousands of Mexican troops under President General Santa Anna launched an assault on the Alamo Mission. All of 200 Texan defenders were killed. Santa Anna's cruelty during the battle inspired many Texans-both Texas settlers ...