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First Stop Dallas - 3 Day Sampler

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Dallas, Texas inspires BIG ideas and larger than life experiences. The city offers the best shopping in the Southwest, a thriving culinary scene, over 70,000 hotel rooms, and impressive arts districts. The Dallas metropolitan area is also home to 6 major professional sports leagues, including our legendary Dallas Cowboys!

Day 1

Arrive in Dallas and check into your hotel. Get out and enjoy some fresh air with a Segway Nation Tour. See some of Dallas most notable sites such as Neiman Marcus, the Pegasus, the Eye, the John F. Kennedy Memorial, the John Neely Bryan cabin, the Old Red Courthouse and Dealey Plaza. Drive over the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge to Trinity Groves. Trinity Groves is a new culinary area that is home to over 12 local restaurants with a relaxed atmosphere, great patios and views of downtown and the bridge. End the night with a game at the American Airlines Center, home to the NBA Dallas Mavericks or the NHL Dallas Stars. See our city from high in the sky at one of Dallas’ most recognized structures, Reunion Tower. Enjoy the panoramic view, lights of the city and learn about Dallas landmarks.

Day 2

Drive south east on Highway 175, exit Lake June Road to the Texas Horse Park. With miles of beautifully preserved riding trails, the Texas Horse Park is the perfect area for a horseback ride. Drive west on Interstate 30 to AT&T Stadium and discover why the Dallas Cowboys are America’s Team. Take a VIP guided tour of the stadium which includes running out onto the field, the post-game interview room and both the Cowboys and Cheerleaders’ locker rooms. If it’s football season, stay to see the Cowboys in action. Head back to downtown and watch the city lights come to life. Take a break from driving and park your car at the hotel. Enjoy an Efrogs Brewery Tour and let them be your designated driver. Head out to Dallas nightlife at the Rustic. Authentic local beers and cocktails, homestyle meals and a great backyard that regularly hosts local and national artists make The Rustic the ideal hangout.

Dallas Arboretum George W Bush Presedential Center

Day 3

Begin your day with a drive to the Bishop Arts District for breakfast at a local favorite, Oddfellows. Aerwards, take a drive through the beautiful neighborhood of Highland Park. Travel up Turtle Creek Blvd. to Lakeside and Beverly Dr. Turn right on Preston to visit Highland Park Village, the first outdoor shopping center in the U.S. and its large collection of luxury stores. Continue your tour of Dallas with a stop at The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Visit Freedom Hall, a high definition video wall montage and a full-sized Oval Office. Take Highway 75 north to find BIG deals at NorthPark Center. Browse an impressive array of designer stores, retail favorites and luxury boutiques. The center also features a world renowned art collection. Go across the highway to Shops at Park Lane and find bargin stores such as Bloomingdales Outlet, Nordstrom Rack and the first J. Crew Mercantile. Two of Dallas’ best-known celebrity chefs have restaurants in Uptown. Dean Fearing’s namesake restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton and Stephan Pyles’ Stampede 66 attract food lovers from all over the world. After dinner, travel east of downtown to Deep Ellum, home of Dallas Music Scene. Also look for the 42 colorful murals throughout the district.

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