When in Dallas, one should visit Deep Ellum, have dinner at Reunion Tower, go to the original Neiman Marcus, at least pretend to be a Cowboys fan for the time being, and take some time on the Katy Trail.
Back in the day Katy Trail was just another railroad track. But in the 90's some locals suggested it be made into what it is today; it goes on for 3.5 miles through some of the nicest parts of Dallas and some choose to trek it by rollerblading, jogging, or like me- walking my favorite animal.
In delight of the warmer weather coming along, take your lunch break or your usual workout to Katy Trail and get yourself some vitamin D!
Deep Ellum is my favorite part of Dallas for several reasons. Here's a few-
One: Everything about it is quirky.
Two: The murals and sculptures and other forms of personal expression all throughout the area are more than just art. (You need to take a good look around to understand what I mean.)
Three: The people-watching never gets old.
Four: It's socially acceptable to push a tutu-wearing pig around in a child carrier.
2016's Pin Show was high energy and eclectic! It was awesome seeing all of the artists' personal expressions portrayed through so many different creative streams. All of the designers and musicians that showcased their talent were completely different from one another; all uniquely displaying their unique personalities in whatever unique way they saw fit.
(Quite the belated post due to losing the USB chord to my camera- so apologies for that.)