Smart & Friendly: Texas by car – Day 3: Leave the brightest impressions of Dallas.

Today will be a kind of good-bye to Dallas. The plan is to go to an amusement park, a place where you can feel beyond the laws of physics for a moment. Among other things, there will also be a visit to the building, where shots were fired from the windows that took the life of John F. Kennedy and where the museum of the memory of this great man is now.
Smart & Friendly: Texas by car

Trip duration: 8 days

Edward Harrington

Bread Winners Café & Bakery

Cafés, Breakfast Spots, Bakeries

No matter what breakfast the visitor prefers - baking with coffee or oatmeal with orange juice, he can safely go to the cafe Bread Winners, because the menu is very extensive and varied, there are pancakes with syrup, as well as an omelette with bacon, a variety of sandwiches and vegetable salads. The café is particularly suitable for early or late breakfast, as it is open at 7.00 (8.00 on Sundays).

M-Line Trolley

Light Rail Stations

Imagine being in the 80s of the 20th century. The McKinney Retro Trams are a great opportunity to immerse yourself in this era, contributing immensely to the history, atmosphere and knowledge of good old Dallas with its Victorian buildings. The transport route passes through the Aptown area and opens up a city where cowboy traditions and modern culture are intertwined.

The Sixth Floor Museum

History Museums

Dallas is interesting not only from the cultural but also from the historical point of view, because it is here that the museum is dedicated to the most daring and tragic attempt on the first person of the state, made in 1963. It is a museum for those who like to explore the past, who like to understand and comprehend the mistakes of history, as well as to understand its mysteries and riddles.

Seoul Garden

Korean Restaurants, Asian Restaurants

Dallas is a place where different culinary traditions are intertwined as well. Each restaurant here is a museum of national gastronomy. Seoul Garden, for example, offers Korean national cuisine, which is considered one of the best in Dallas. The menu here is diverse, it is worth paying attention to such dishes as kimball, kuksi, and also chests.

Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park

One of Dallas' most important tourist attractions is the original Zero Gravity amusement park: here you can literally feel weightless - for the bravest of extreme lovers, the park has a ride that launches you up from a giant slingshot. In addition, there are a variety of roller coasters, carousels and interesting slot machines.

Red Lobster

Seafood Restaurants

Red Lobster is a great place to spend the rest of the day with your friends and family. The interior of the place is quite cozy, but without any excesses. The menu includes many seafood dishes such as crabs, lobsters and lobsters. Surely you should also try the fried shrimp, lobster bisque and the Linguini Alfredo crab.