Things I learned about Dallas: Every person on the street is not wearing a cowboy hat, it is really hot, they boast a few bitchin’ art districts and it was ultimately a city I would visit again 🙂
Last month, my family and I ventured to Dallas for a Tony Robbins event that left us both inspired and exhausted. This four day event (at over 12 hrs/day) left very little time for exploring the city where it was held. Instead of attending the final day of the seminar, we took to the streets and dug our fingers into D-Town.
My sista frand
Braving the heat in search of the Reunion Tower
Made some puppy friends..as I do.
We ventured over to the Bishop Arts District where we did some window shopping, pizza eating, coffee drinking and pie eating. Dis pie shop…damnnnn Emporium
Not a spectacular photo, but we visited the ‘grassy nole’ where JFK was assassinated. In addition, we toured the book depository where the shooter took the fatal shots. There were no photos (or sitting apparently) allowed inside the tour so no evidence. However, it was interesting to stand in the same spot where a president of the United States was killed.
I now feel like I know Texas a little bit better and really loved exploring it with my fam. We are going to try and meet up in a new place once a year (we decided) because we thought it was such a great experience.