When walking around downtown Dallas, one comes across a white spiral construction
Come with me to discover the treasures of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Downtown Dallas.
The Cathedral, with its red brick walls and spire
The history of Dallas may not be long, but it certainly is interesting. It all began when, in the mid-1800s, John Neely Bryan purchased some land from the Caddo Indians and opened a trading post along the Trinity River. He later founded a permanent settlement in the area now known as the West End Historic […]
Marianne, over at East of Malaga, came up with a new challenge. It’s called “One trip EVERY month” and it’s about sharing a trip. It can be an international trip or a local one, that place in your hometown you’ve been meaning to visit but never got round to going. For the February challenge, I […]
I met Penny, from Adventures of a Carry-On, through social media first and in person last week. She’d published an article on the architecture of Downtown Dallas, I commented on it, and then we continued the conversation on Twitter and finally exchanged phone numbers. Since we both live in Dallas, we arranged to meet for […]