Dallas is my favorite place to live in America. I studied here during college.
There is lot of good foods available, especially if you like the Tex Mex kind of foods.
I moved to Dallas 5 years ago and lived there for 2 years learning the flooring trade. Great people I met there and the atmosphere is awesome. The tall beautiful buildings are awesome and I loved the rain because I love rain it rained a lot there the 2 years that I was there. They have so many businesses and good places to go visit and have fun to go see things downtown. I really liked living down there and meeting the nice people that I met through work and while I was out and about. I will definitely would want to move back.
What stood out to me was all the great food places you can try. So many was so great especially all the different barbeque places. The bad thing at that time may be still going on is the construction on the roads. Also, so many people are moving there and it is growing fast which can be good but at the same time not so good. It was very congested a few years ago and need to go back to see if it is still congested. For being a big city the crime and the construction is what is bad in my opinion about Dallas. Other than that it is an awesome place to visit and live.
i love my school life and college life..because i am staying at 40 years in my city...i love my place and i love my country...my neighborhood is so nice..maximum i spent my time at neighbor house...no problems no irritated
I like to watch a new movies...so, my entertainment place is mall..i love that place..my place is very calm and simply smooth going on my time..
Dallas is a large city with a lot of different things to do, and has something that everyone can enjoy. The Perot Museum is a great place to take your children to have a fun, hands-on learning experience about different subjects, and also has fun things for adults. Dallas also offers several neighborhoods with clubs and bars that cater towards younger individuals that like to engage in nightlife. For those who like to be outdoors, there are a lot of parks in the Dallas area, several of which are home to various Pokestops and Gyms for people who enjoy playing Pokemon GO.
As with any city, there are definitely a few places and neighborhoods that should be avoided. If you stick to the main areas of Dallas, you shouldn't experience too many issues. Be warned, DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) which handles Dallas' bus and train line, can have some issues, so if you plan on using this as your mode of travel, remember to compensate for delays.
Dallas is surprising more lively than I would have originally expected. There is a good bit of diversity amongst the people and cultures. Dallas is the kind of city that encourages me to physically explore my surrounds more do to the abundance of unique sites to see. The neighborhoods are beautiful yet slightly anxiety-inducing because they consist of very elaborate mansion-like home that can be at times overwhelming to look at. The schools seem to be inviting and inclusive to the community.
My partner and I found one of the best restaurants we have ever visited in Dallas. "Rodeo Goat" was the perfect spot to grab unique burgers at an open atmosphere. I also noticed that some restaurants were interactive with providing games for the public such as volleyball. The only con to Dallas is the horrible traffic. Sometimes it takes a whole extra hour to get to a destination that should have only taken 15 minutes.
Everything was good. I stayed down there for 2 years. So many things to do.
Everything stood out. There tall buildings and rainy days stood out the most. Also the many things u can think of stood out.
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