Dallas Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Dallas – Soak up the southern charm in this Texan city. Here you’ll find a mix of modern edge and wild west roots; check out the best of Dallas. When ready …

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  1. Jake Howie says:

    I mean if New York was about 1/10th of the size. The only
    "city" area of Dallas is downtown and uptown Dallas, as well as
    downtown Fort Worth. Frisco, Plano, Mckinney and Highland Village are nice
    areas, though more expensive. The rest is surburbs and undeveloped grassland or
    countryside. Dallas is growing quickly though with suburbs and new communities
    everywhere. It is not exactly Tuscany in Italy though, Brisbane in Australia or
    the beauty of parts of California. It lacks beauty and it is very flat, rains a
    lot in the winter and can get colder than all other Texas cities. Austin is a
    better area to live in imo for its more outdoorsy lifestyle, though Dallas is
    the most modern and developed city in the whole of Texas, with many big Fortune
    500 companies. The companies and jobs are the main reason people move to the
    Dallas metroplex.

  2. veemr says:

    If anyone see’s one of my comments saying Dallas sucks 😂😂😂 I wrote that when I was a child 😂😂😂😂😂! I don’t think that anymore I will forever LOVE Dallas my beautiful home town!

  3. Jada Vlogs says:

    I cannot even say my hate for dallas.
    Its not as intresting as most cities should be besides San Antonio! I have been there before and it is known as the Night City.

    Everybody stays in the city walking around at night and they have horses that take you around the town! Dallas has glowing buildings, and alot of stories.

    Though dallas can be cheap

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