Friday, July 19, 2013

The 8th Wonder of the Sports World - AT&T STADIUM TOUR

AT&T Stadium  formerly Cowboy's Stadium



Cowboys Stadium (now known as ATT Stadium) is more than the home of the Dallas Cowboys, it's a world of facts and figures about the world's largest domed structure.  It's an art museum, a classroom, a sight that one picture and a thousand words can't begin to capture.

Cowboys Stadium Tours offers tours that will appeal to people of all interests and ages, and tours are available daily. Take an afternoon to throw the ball on the field or admire the works of art displayed throughout the stadium. With Cowboys Stadium Tours, there is something for everyone.

ATT Stadium Dallas Texas  formerly Cowboys Stadium

For more information on Cowboys Stadium Tours, click one of the links below to find out more.

"Everything is bigger in Dallas" so don't rush to see it all in one day.  Make your Cowboys Stadium Tour visit a memorable one by reserving the Cowboys Stadium Tour Package with Embassy Suites Dallas Near the Galleria.

14021 Noel Road
Dallas, TX  75240

The AT&T Stadium Tour Package includes:

  • Two adult Cowboys Stadium Self Guided Tour Tickets*
  • Free cooked to order breakfast
  • Complimentary Evening Reception
  • Two Room Suite
  • Free High Speed Internet Access
  • Dallas Sports Fan Pack (Sports Drink and Snacks)
*Additional Self Guided Tour Tickets available for purchase

Get a "Virtual" Stadium Tour below:

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Fair Park Dallas - Culture - History - and a Whole Lot of Fun !


Summer Adventures in Fair Park Dallas Logo

Fair Park is Dallas' largest cultural center, and an historical treasure of national importance. Established in 1880, Fair Park is owned and operated by the City of Dallas and has nearly 300 acres of museums, exhibit facilities, and park areas. 

Although presented by the State Fair of Texas, Summer Adventures is unlike the annual exposition or any other entertainment venue in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.  Visitors can enjoy interactive and educational components such as the Texas Discovery Gardens and the The Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park.

Located just two minutes from downtown Dallas, Summer Adventures in Fair Park is located in historic Fair Park and offers easy access from all major highways running through the metroplex.

Click below to discover what Summer Adventure in Fair Park is all about.






Children's Aquarium at Fair Park

Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park

Open 9:00am – 4:30pm daily, the Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park has been designed with kids in mind. With eye-level, interactive zones and exhibits, everyone can enjoy and learn something new about our aquatic friends from around the world....
Texas Discovery Gardens

Texas Discovery Gardens

Open 10:00am – 5:00pm daily, Texas Discovery Gardens is a year-round organically maintained urban oasis filled with natural wonders.  TDG is the first public garden in the state of Texas to be certified 100% organic by the Texas Organic Research Center. The gardens are mai...
African American Museum

African American Museum

The African American Museum is the only one of its kind in the Southwestern Region devoted to the preservation and display of African American artistic, cultural and historical materials. It has one of the largest African American Folk Art collections in the United States....

EMBASSY SUITES DALLAS NEAR THE GALLERIA  provides all this for your Summer Adventure in Fair Park:

  • Free cooked to order breakfast daily
  • Complimentary Evening Reception
  • Bonus HHonor Points
  • Two Room Suite
  • Free Internet Access
Call 972-364-3640 to make your reservation or Click Here to pick the package perfect for your Summer Adventure in Fair Park

Click below for a Summer Adventure preview on You Tube.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Ice Cream Infographic

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Daily Infographic | Ice Cream Country [infographic]

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Ice Cream Country [infographic]

Posted: 09 Jul 2013 08:56 AM PDT

I live in Texas, and it is July. That means triple digit temperatures.  During the coming months, Texans gladly spend double on their electric bill, avoid getting in a vehicle for fear of melting, and require swimming pools be present at any daytime activities.

Now, if you give a Texan a swimming pool, he’s gonna want some ice cream immediately afterwards.  Don’t question this statement; it is a proven scientific fact.  I see the shift take place every summer; the level of ice cream consumption in Austin skyrockets.  Everywhere you turn kids are wiping tears away with their sticky fingers over a toppled ice cream cone.  I get it.  I would cry too if I had as little dexterity as they do.  Ice cream is a big deal.  Just yesterday I traded in my running shoes for a chocolate dipped soft serve at Sandy’s.

Speaking of ice cream, this infographic really spoke to me, recognizing not just one, but two Texas cities in the “Top Ten U.S. Ice Cream Consuming Cities.”  The only qualm I have with this infographic is that Blue Bell Creamery is missing.  For those of you out there that haven’t tasted the goodness of Blue Bell homemade ice cream, it’s time to put it on the bucket list. [via]

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