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Cedars is a trendy, romantic neighborhood with convenient options for bars and restaurants. Part of the neighborhood's charm is its friendly people. You can satisfy your cultural palate with live music and shopping.
Las Colinas is a trendy, romantic neighborhood with convenient options for restaurants and cafés. The neighborhood's friendly people and festivals are just a couple of its charming qualities. Broaden your horizons with some local shopping.
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Dallas Heritage Village
Original nineteenth century buildings have been relocated into a purpose-built historical village. Special activities vary, from a book club to a blacksmith class, so it's best to check before your visit to see which would suit you best
If the weather's not too hot, have your lunch in the back garden. Not only is the garden beautifully designed with fountains and terraces, but it's also filled with almost as much wonderful sculpture as in the museum.
Don't miss your chance to feed the giraffes. For a small fee, the zookeepers will give you some greens which the giraffes are quick to come over and claim, allowing you to come face to face with a gentle giant!
As much a Mayan jungle experience as simply an aquarium, you can also see anteaters and flamingoes. Warning: Various species of birds fly overhead so you might like to have a spare t-shirt in case of 'accidents'.
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Oak Lawn's bars, clubs and restaurants make for a memorable day out. Spend a restorative morning sunbathing in Lee Park, then head over to Uchi Dallas for some Wagyu beef short ribs and sake. The fried-milk dessert is worth splashing out on!