||First off, Texas has a rich history. From the
early days of Sam Houston’s "Remember
the Alamo" episode, to the "Cowboys and
Indians" days, to the oil boom, unique events have set
||Texas’ proximity to Mexico furnishes the benefits of
another culture. Take, for example, the fabulous Tex-Mex
style of food, like fajitas, nachos y salsa!
||When it comes to
dining, Dallas is the place to be,
New York City excepted. Take, for example, the Highland
Park Village, the first ever shopping center in the
Dallas’ many exclusive boutiques, the city has every major
department store, from Dallas-born Neiman
Marcus to Nordstrom’s, including over a dozen malls such as
Snider Plaza and
bargain hunters beware, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is
surrounded by a half dozen outlet centers such as the famous
Grapevine Mills Mall!
||The weather systems that hit Dallas generally follow
the Rocky Mountains down from the Northwest U.S. Mildly cold in the
winter with only a snowfall or two, fall & spring are nice,
with frequent 90-100+°F high temperatures in the summer.