Dallas, the third sized city in Texas, is a major city , being called The Big D. This city has amazing history, culture, architecture. The president of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, down the Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas.

Omni Dallas Hotels is one of the finest hotels in Dallas. With spacious rooms, great services, incredible restaurants and breath-taking views, this hotel rises up to its expectations. I heard people on the hallways talking how great this hotel really is, which made me realize I have made the best decision. Situated in the downtown area, this hotel is equipped with professional workers, a diversity of restaurants. The location is a bit far any other restaurant or club, other place in general, but the non-noise factor was really a plus.

For 20 minutes tops with a taxi, you can enjoy a nice meal at the Texas Spice and I got a little bit of everything. After that lunch, my mouth was burning. A glass of red wine toned that down a little bit so I could go and see the city.

The first thing I wanted to check out was the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. This place has history written all over its walls and being able to actually see it and feel it was a great opportunity. From there I went to visit the Dallas Holocaust Museum, the Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture.

I ended up going all the way to the Texas Discovery Gardens. It’s a botanical garden with some really interesting species of flowers, trees, plants in general. It’s the perfect way to spend a nice , quiet afternoon along with your loved one or family. I had a lovely time by myself.

Back when I was doing my research about Dallas, I have encountered the name of the Reunion Tower on many web pages. The Reunion Tower it’s a tower over 171m and one of the biggest touristic attractions in Dallas. It is a part of the hotelier complex Hyatt Regency . Now , the Reunion Tower has a restaurant that actually spins around, called Fifty Six, which is a reference to its level. I ordered some Dry fried Green Beans. As an Asian newbie I didn’t know what to expect, bu those were actually really tasty. The serving was impeccable. I really recommend this restaurant. It has an amazing view, great chef, delicious meals and good serving skills.

Dallas is so much more, but I strongly recommend to visit the Sixth Floor Museum and the Holocaust Museum before you visit anything, because we can all learn something from history. And if you are looking for a great place to eat, I say go big, go to the Reunion Tower and enjoy a nice view and a fabulous meal.

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