Knights Inn Market Center

Address: 1550 Empire Central , Dallas, Texas, 75235, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the City Center area of Dallas, is near Medieval Times, Highland Park Village, Frontiers of Flight Museum, and Harry Hines Boulevard.
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    Travel Blogs from Dallas

    Dallas - yeehah!

    A travel blog entry by reids on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... in one to five corny dogs. Since this was the best thing we ate all day it made sense but we did our best to make it through as much of the deep fried goodness that we could, even if nothing else made the 5 corny dog scale.


    We also liked the Texas State fair winner dish which was deep fried shrimp boil, which was like a shrimp cake with corn and onions and peppers all rolled into one and then dropped into a deep fryer. We were not such big fans however of ...

    Magnet Conference in summary

    A travel blog entry by veritybingham on Oct 10, 2014

    So the Magnet conference has been very inspiring, I have learnt a lot about a lot, and being able to network with other nurses just as energetic and excited and as passionate as me has been so valueable. I've loved chatting with them and hearing their stories, I've made some promising connections for later on in my trip that I am definitely going to ensure I follow through. There were 8000+ nurses all in one convention centre. England just doesn't do nursing conferences like ...

    Who shot JFK?

    A travel blog entry by veritybingham on Oct 06, 2014

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    • Okay, so we landed in Dallas my colleagues and I with a few hiccups. But we're settled and ready for the ANCC Magnet conference starting on Wednesday. So seeing as it starts on Wednesday, we have done some non nursing exploring. I've bought a cowboy hat, one of my goals whilst in Dallas, and been to the very place that JFK was shot. Conspiracy or no conspiracy its immensely interesting, the museum was fab, really ...

    Boatsauce88

    A travel blog entry by judechad42 on Sep 10, 2014

    ... out! Brief Record of Tractor Engines When tractors were definitely very first evolved, they previously used immense vapor engines that had been notoriously untrustworthy and hard to take care of. They were phased out about the transform of a twentieth century and substituted for inner combustion motors that were many more more compact yet still compelling and went on several different energizes in particular kerosene, ethanol and gasoline. By the 1960s ...

    Dallas Day 2

    A travel blog entry by em_gruzin on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... and my right arm that I held onto the strap with was shaky and weak! And that is an example of how much strength it takes to stay on to it! But it was great and I'm glad I did it. You can't come to Texas and not ride a mechanical bull! We then took a walk back down the main road and stopped to see another longhorn bull for photo opportunities. I didn't get on him but I did get to pet him and scratch him under his neck which made him ...