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It seems like we were just in New Orleans! Well, that’s because a month ago we were just in Louisiana. Four years ago, I only wished to someday travel. These days, I just decide where I want to go and I make it happen. That’s the difference between old Leah and the Leah now. Life is about now, so press play!
One of my good friends who I met through coaching was getting married just outside of Dallas so naturally, it was an excuse to get out of California! Before this Dallas trip, I scoured the internet looking for things to do in Dallas and found NADA! I’m huge in experiencing adventure and culture on all my trips and Dallas was proving to be a challenge based on my internet searches.
Nevertheless, we found things to do when we just went with the flow.
Things to eat
Flying Horse Cafe – Liquid Culture – I’m a coffee snob and their cold brew is pretty legit. They also serve a lot of sweets and are pretty popular for their smoothies.
Whataburger – A fast food chain from Texas that the locals love. The Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit is amazing. Just order two of it!
Lockhart Smokehouse BBQ – The bbq is by pound so you can order a little of everything. This is a must try and is very popular on Yelp!
Braindead Brewing – Nice selection of beer and you can even get a flight of beers with bacon!
Bobaddiction – Want to cool things off with boba and mochi? This place is in Deep Ellum.
Yucatan Taco Stand Tequila Bar & Grill – Service was so slow and they ended up giving our whole tab for free. The food was great though, and the server was very apologetic and friendly!
Things to do
Hotel pool parties – Not even sure which one I went to, but Dallas has quite a few of these around.
JFK shooting – Go check out where JFK was assassinated.
Deep Ellum – This neighborhood I consider to be the art district and has a lot of murals, sculptures, breweries, and restaurants.
Pioneer Plaza – Contains a lot of bull sculptures and also a cemetery. This is where the heroes of Texas revolution were buried.
Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge – A lot of people run on this bridge. It’s great for taking pictures of the Dallas skyline.
Have you ever been to Dallas? Tell me what your favorite thing to do was! If not, where is your favorite place in the world?
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