Transportation in Dallas is very … American. If you are a regular reader you know that traveluxblog is a blog focusing on Europe and thus I’m quite used to very extensive public transportation systems. In the USA and in Dallas in particular, public transportation is “a little” less developed. You can find more content about Dallas on our city page! Train travel doesn’t really matter in the United States. While there are a couple… Read More
Running in Dallas can be quite an experience as it pretty much substitutes sightseeing. The city itself doesn’t have too many sights and if you are starting downtown like I did at Omni Hotel Dallas, you’ll have an easy time seeing most interesting spots in the city. While the weather was quite streaky the morning I went running in Dallas, the temperature was actually decent. Distance: 7 kilometers Jogged altitude: 180 meters Calories burned:… Read More
The Omni Hotel Dallas is one of the few modern luxury hotels in the city center of Dallas. Especially on the weekend the rates are very reasonable and what you get for what you pay is more than just decent. Learn more in our extensive hotel review! Staying at Omni Hotel Dallas was a real no-brainer for us as the hotel offered a good rate and quite modern rooms, which is not… Read More
Dallas is a popular city in Texas, United States of America. In contrast to many European cities, Dallas has no old town. However, downtown Dallas is pretty interesting, even when the city’s history doesn’t date back to the Medieval Ages, but rather to 1841. Discovering Dallas can be easily done in one day. Read our city review about Dallas! When we strolled around in the area around the Omni Hotel Dallas the… Read More
As we are in the AA Admirals Club Dallas that early, hardly anyone is here and the lounge is pretty empty. Unfortunately, this also means that First Class Dining is not open yet.. nice lounge anyway! All about seating and service etc. can be read when our full lounge review gets online!
As we are departing to Tokyo (via Los Angeles) early in the morning, we decided to spend the night at the airport! The best value for the money was offered by the Hyatt Regency DFW and as you can see in our first impressions, the choice was not a bad one! Stay tuned for an extensive hotel review coming up in several weeks!
Dallas made a very weird first impression on us. The city is extremly big, but we did rarely meet any people on the streets yet. The skyline is quite nice though! Stay tuned for a full city review in just a few weeks!
Omni Hotel Dallas offers stunning views of the city in the United States for sure! As the room is pretty nice and they have a cool pool, we are looking forward to having breakfast tomorrow morning. Wait for an extensive hotel review!