Big hair, scandal, and flashy spending is lingering impressions of this Texan city left over from the 1980s TV show. In reality, Dallas does offer loads of shopping and you can certainly see the upper crust at play uptown and on McKinney Ave. Delving a bit deeper than the stereotypes, you’ll find opportunities to take in a rodeo, golf, ride the roller coasters at Six Flags Texas , take in a Dallas Cowboys football game, or arrive in autumn to explore the Texas State Fair , second largest in the nation. Supposedly haunted park White Rock Lake is also just outside of town and lovely for walking in, assuming your not flustered by the possibility of a supernatural encounter. Deep Ellum (for hipsters) and downtown (for whoever) is where the best nightlife is discovered.
E37***12extremely interesting tour to this museum, price for adults is about 16, we spent a good afternoon there and it’s really worth to go. which really impressed me is the wall picture in front of the museum.it’s free. if you don’t want to spend anything, please stain outside and look at this wall.
The holidays are a time for decorative lights. Zoo lights are great because they combine two things we really enjoy: holiday lights and the zoo! In this article, we’re taking a look at some major zoos around the country and bringing you the best holiday light shows we could find.
Nothing scary here! Just me being extra in the pumpkin patch with some large gourds! #hallotrip #pumpkimpatch #happyhalloween
Thanks to @AmericanAirlines, American Airlines invited to Rio to participate in the Carnival. From Hong Kong, take the American Airlines business class to Brazil. Long-distance flights can be found all the way to reduce the fatigue of the journey. Just know that American Airlines is the world's largest airline. )
Boeing 777-300er model business class in a row of four, are corridors, the surprise is that the aircraft uses the global sleep technology company Casper products, all the way to sleep is very comfortable.
The meal on the meal is also worth recommending. The first time I eat the vegetable salad on the plane, I want a second copy. The Chinese meal is also very good!
Wi-Fi service is available throughout the plane and can be used in the air. Other hardware is also good, Bose noise canceling headphones, COLE HAAN American brand wash bag, entertainment system with more than 200 movies.
From the departure of China, there are flight attendants on the plane who speak Chinese, which is convenient for passengers who do not speak the language.
14 hours from China to the United States, 10 hours from the United States to Brazil, luggage is still very convenient, recommended to small partners planning to travel to South America.
The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) does not require tickets to be purchased, but there are special exhibitions in certain areas that require tickets to enter. When we came to visit, we parked the car in the parking lot of the museum. It is a fee. If you want to save money, you can stop at a farther street. Waiting outside the queue for a while before entering the market, there may be traffic restrictions. There are quite a lot of exhibits, some of them have even had a history of more than a thousand years, and it takes a long time to visit. Deliberately found Van Gogh's "Sheaves of Wheat" true trace, I thought it was Monet's "Grasshopper" at first.
The first floor is an exhibition of modern art and sculpture, the second floor is the ancient Mediterranean and European art, which can be seen from the perspectives of Monet, Van Gogh, Courbet, Sinek, Vial, etc. In Europe, there are antiques and master paintings from Greece and Rome, as well as 20th-century works by Picasso, Giacometti, Les Gets and Mondrian. On the third floor are works by Van Gogh, Pisaro, and Czanne. The fourth floor features art from Africa, Asia and the Pacific. The fourth floor exhibits the art of ancient America and modern America.
After visiting the Dallas Museum of Art, we arrived at the Nasher Sculpture Center, which is home to modern sculptures. You can borrow a small book that introduces each sculpture for free at the counter. You can return it after the tour. In addition to the indoor exhibits, there is a small garden outside to showcase many sculptures. The environment is very good and the atmosphere is very casual. Note that his home is not open on Monday.
Built in June 1970, Kennedy Square looks like a hollow building with a square, no roof, no doors and windows, and a suspended ceiling. It consists of 72 suspended white concrete columns forming a circle of square walls, 30 feet high and 50 feet long and 50 feet apart, except for a narrow passageway for each person on the south and north sides. Like a closed, isolated "tomb", but what it represents and symbolizes, is the soul and spirit of the youngest president of the United States who advocates freedom.
Online reviews say this is the fastest-visiting spot in the world, and it takes about 6 seconds. Because it's just a square building like this, that's it. November 22, 1963, 12
The museum is located on the sixth floor of the original "Texas School Book Depository". The sniper used to leave traces of the crime here. Reproduce the story of President John F. Kennedy being assassinated through hundreds of television history shows and radio shows, movies, photos and artifacts. Visit the sniper's hiding place and the location where the rifle was found. The rifle was still preserved as it was when it was discovered on November 22, 1963. Visit the FBI's "Dealey Plaza" scale model and an interactive touch screen showing the team's route through the square. Visit the 7th floor and experience a variety of special programs and exhibitions that complement the museum's long-term exhibitions.
Address: 411 Elm St.