The Dallas-Fort Worth area is hot in the summer and rainy in the spring, which allows the delightful Texas bluebonnets to flourish. A mild winter with average daytime temperatures around 55 F to 60 F makes north central Texas a worthy year-round destination.
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Discovering the city is easy at this downtown location with service that makes a lasting impression. With 230,000 square-feet of versatile space, it’s tailor made for meetings and events.
During the late 1800s, Fort Worth was a major cowboy trading post on the last part of the renowned Chisholm Trail. Today, its National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame still honors those early pioneers, along with modern day heroines. Dallas, the second-largest city in Texas is about 225 miles northwest of Houston, the state’s largest city.
Rising high above the prairie, Dallas’ skyscrapers include the 72-story Bank of America Plaza and 50-story Reunion Tower. Vacationers can experience breathtaking panoramic views from The Reunion Tower’s GeO-Deck’s iconic ball. The ball contains 259 LED light fixtures visible for 15 miles.
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