There’s been some cheap airfare deals to Dallas that I considered booking. However, a better way to go back would be by entering to win a trip to Dallas being given away by Southwest Airlines! (I know the chances of winning aren’t high, but you never know…)
For the last full day of our trip to Dallaswe decided to leave the city to visit a couple of other areas close by in Texas. We stopped in Arlington for tours of two big time sports stadiums and then headed to Fort Worth for a late lunch and to check out the Stockyards.
The second day of our trip to Dallas started off in a tasty and sweet way. We then dedicated most of the day to JFK before going for a late lunch at an awesome drive-in. Thanks to a fun evening, I can now proudly say this isn’t my first rodeo, literally.
We got back from our trip to Dallas last week and now it’s time to write about our time.
Dallas was a very good choice for our final trip of 2013. Although it was a quick visit, we packed in lots of fun and interesting things to do. This was our first time getting out of an airport in Texas, and we had fun experiencing some things that the state has to offer.
After going away for Thanksgiving, I thought that we were done with our travels for 2013. However I just couldn’t resist, so I booked us one last short trip. We’ll be leaving this afternoon.
We were originally thinking of a couple of options, one being El Salvador and the other being a week in Texas to visit Dallas and Austin. However, I wasn’t off during the full winter break so we settled on visiting just one city in Texas: Dallas.
We’ll be visiting Dallas for the first time and have lots of ideas for things to do. It will finally be nice to get out of the airport and experience a little bit of Texas firsthand. If the flight times weren’t an issue we probably would’ve picked Austin for this trip but based on what I’ve read so far, there seems to be some great things to see and experience in Dallas.