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I live in downtown Dallas and think it's a great place to live.
These fantastic waterfalls are a hidden gem. After dusk they make it such a relaxing and peaceful place. Not to mention that it has a romantic feel to it and i have actually seen people get married here.
On the right are fountains at the Comerica Bank. But in the background is an old building that has two of my favorite downtown Dallas restaurants. On your left corner is Porta di Roma, an Italian bar and restaurant (and also serves a great breakfast). On your right is the Press BoxGrill. It's a bar and grill with big portions, great taste and very reasonably priced.
At the intersection of Main and Akard streets you'll find Pegasus Plaza. A great spot to sit and relax and cool off in the shade or meet to meet up with a friend downtown. Nicely decorated at Christmas and on weekends someone there doing something entertaining. Today a young man doing a puppet show for donations.
This "park like" area on AT&T property in downtown Dallas is a great area to sit and relax and enjoy the sounds of the fountains. Great place to people watch during business hours, but quiet on weekends and evenings.
Under this glass pyramid you will find numerous restaurants. They are only open Monday through Friday during business hours as they are part of the underground tunnel system that connects many of the high-rise buildings in downtown Dallas so office workers don't have to go out in hot or cold weather for breakfast/lunch. Also has other stores like pharmacy, doctor offices, etc.
Buses and the light rail connect here so you not only can change buses you can connect between the bus and the light rail system.
The West End is an area of downtown Dallas where the old warehouse buildings have been converted to restaurants and shops. There's even a Segway store where you can get daily Segway tours.
Building where JFK's assassinator shot JFK from the 6th floor. The building is now a museum that tells a lot of history about JFK and the assassination.
The famous grassy knoll area where JFK was shot.
Picture of Dealey plaza on a typical saturday. There are always tourist around here.
John Neely Bryan Cabin. He founded the settlement now known as Dallas.
Fountains at Belo Garden park that people can use to cool off.
People doing yoga at Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas. The park was built over Woodall Rogers freeway and has many free activities.
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