Fall in love with Dallas and Fort Worth for the first time, or all over again. You’ll have a blast checking off the diversions and excursions in this go-to guide created for visitors and locals. Described are the most intriguing and noteworthy things to do, and places to see, in two of the world’s greatest cities. 100 Things to Do in Dallas Fort Worth Before You Die (Reedy Press) is a mixed bag of traditional favorites, trending activities, and lesser-known, unique options. Sit atop one of the tallest Ferris Wheels in America, drive a racecar at Texas Motor Speedway, enjoy America’s Team—the Dallas Cowboys—or watch money being printed. Then have a steak at one of the best steakhouses around or sip a margarita at Stephan Pyles’ Stampede 66. Dozens of other possibilities await! The authors’ exhaustive research and years of living in the Metroplex will serve you well as you explore the many captivating corners of the magnificent DFW Metroplex!
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About the Author
Sally Blanton is a Dallas-based journalist who’s written hundreds of lifestyle, travel, business, and profile articles. Sally served as society editor, columnist and photographer for the Turtle Creek News in Dallas for more than 18 years. Steve Richardson has authored three guidebooks and now sixteen books total. Head of the Football Writers Association of America, Steve previously worked at the Dallas Morning News. Andrea Alcorn owns and operates a Dallas-based public relations and marketing company. She has represented more than one hundred restaurants and has raised millions for charities through innovative fundraising efforts.