Is Dallas a good city to visit?

Is Dallas a good city to visit?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pretty lady

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Had an impromptu 2 week visit when my car exploded right outside of Dallas on my way to Florida from San Diego. Great place honestly. Friendly people and good food. Underrated landscape architecture which I don't see mentioned often. Highways were very confusing for me (moronic). I think I drove on a toll road by accident so I probably have a ticket there.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, Dallas roads are extremely complicated for those not familiar with them.

      My wife and I are looking to move there to raise our young family. Happy to take your advice on best communities to move to. We're looking at Grapevine/ Coppell area basically.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Born and raised in Dallas and we literally have the worst roads. Especially downtown. I’ve lived in small picturesque towns in Utah crammed into little valleys with perfectly navigable grid layout streets. 1st St, A St, etc. And yet downtown Dallas, with flat land and no natural formations, is beyond fricking moronic. Two one way streets in a row that go the same way curving in one direction. Another going in the opposite. A skinny two lane major road that goes both ways. Zero parking. No sense to the layout.

        I still fricking love my city though. Superior to Houston and even Austin

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        I’m

        Born and raised in Dallas and we literally have the worst roads. Especially downtown. I’ve lived in small picturesque towns in Utah crammed into little valleys with perfectly navigable grid layout streets. 1st St, A St, etc. And yet downtown Dallas, with flat land and no natural formations, is beyond fricking moronic. Two one way streets in a row that go the same way curving in one direction. Another going in the opposite. A skinny two lane major road that goes both ways. Zero parking. No sense to the layout.

        I still fricking love my city though. Superior to Houston and even Austin

        and I married super young and started a family at 20. Currently live nearest The Colony area but served by Lewisville police and school district. I highly recommend. Not quite suburbia, decently close to larger and more active parts of Dallas, but with much cheaper living and less traffic. Better schools for the kids, too. Maybe there’s less to do but as a chad family man you’ll be mostly focused on work, your kid(s) and relaxing with your wife in the downtime. That being said as doucheu and annoying as it is, there’s lots of activities at Grandscape and many places to eat, too. It’s very crowded though

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Coppell and Grapevine are ok places, Coppell is super family friendly
        If you can afford it, Allen is still a nice place. Allen High is a good school despite various moronation regarding football and bands.
        Plano used to be amazing, but in the last 15 years its taken a turn

        Born and raised in Dallas and we literally have the worst roads. Especially downtown. I’ve lived in small picturesque towns in Utah crammed into little valleys with perfectly navigable grid layout streets. 1st St, A St, etc. And yet downtown Dallas, with flat land and no natural formations, is beyond fricking moronic. Two one way streets in a row that go the same way curving in one direction. Another going in the opposite. A skinny two lane major road that goes both ways. Zero parking. No sense to the layout.

        I still fricking love my city though. Superior to Houston and even Austin

        Where in Utah did you live? Also as an Austinite who lived in Dallas, frick you Austin is better

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          I lived in Provo

          Fort Worth or Denton have all the same things great about Austin but for way less money and way less out of state shitters. Granted, my alma mater is UNT so I may be biased, but Denton is much more an authentic blend of local cowboy and college hippie than try hard “quirky” Austin imo. But a fellow Texan is a fellow Texan so respect I guess. The exception being Houston joggers ofc. Even El Paso is better

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    if you like joggers and illegals yes

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

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  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Texas in general is a shit place to visit. Dallas is probably the worst of their "big cities." Bad roads/traffic/road signs. Confusing if you haven't grown up there. Huge gun culture and a desire to secede from the Union to make Texas it's own nation again. The people aren't particularly friendly. And if you don't like the Cowboys, don't even open your mouth about another sports team. Die-hard, and sometimes angry fans. I was there once about 5 years ago, and I'll never go back. Once was one time too many.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Can confirm the bad roads. Was suprised when i visited even the fricking suburban roads are 5 lanes. Where the frick else in the world do you find 10 lane streets. I don't think even New York or random chinese cities have that.
      Kind of intriguing but not really worth visiting for such a boring thing.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >thinks Dallas is the worst of the big cities in Tx
      absolute kek. you clearly have never been to Houston and you are likely a libshit who moved to Austin from California vs. actually being born here

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        DFW is a complete shithole.

        Wtf how can you say that when Houston is clearly shittier.

        Nogs be jelly and wishing they didn’t live in the Armpit Of Texas

        Houston has amazing food, Nasa, and my grandma. All Dallas has is my chud uncle and his b***h russian dentist gf

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Jogger

          I'm going to be upfront this is me venting.

          Dallas fricking sucks. Texas fricking sucks. Lived here my whole and I'm jumping ship very soon. I have no idea why anyone would visit here. I have yet to find anything in the DFW area that isn't absolutely inferior to other places in the country. Texans are nice people but they're very shelterd because of the sheer distance required to make contact with any natural beauty or intriguing cities. It's just thousands and thousands of acres of strip malls and cracking clay soil. I would highly recommend that you wait a few months before visiting because, right now, you would be entering Satan's butthole with this heat.

          If you visit the Dallas aquarium is good I guess.

          Based best aquarium enjoyer (Atalanta’s is larger and I like it but Dallas’ is still better)

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            That's one thing I can't deny. The Dallas Aquarium is pretty good. All others have been disappointing in comparison.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >jogger
            I am literally the whitest whiteoid there ever was

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Bro - the aquarium in Chattanooga TN is better than that moron water bowl in Atlanta

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wtf how can you say that when Houston is clearly shittier.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nogs be jelly and wishing they didn’t live in the Armpit Of Texas

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Unironically filtered lmao
      Texans stay based filtering out California refuges

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Texas is literally a Californian magnet though

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        CaliBlack folk havent been stopped in the slightest. I bet chuddy calitards outnumber TRVE TEXANS at this point. I mean, Austin was fricked 20 years ago at this point.

        >t. born in texas, to texan parents, with texan grandparents and great grandparents

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fricking blows here. Nothing to do but eat and shop. Hot as frick for 5 months and completely soulless. The only reason to be here is because the job market is good. It used to be cheap here but now that everyone and their mother is moving here its not even cheap anymore. Frick this place, Im moving out as soon as I can.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Reminds of Fl except we have nice stuff but its overcrowded

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The only reason to be here is because the job market is good. It used to be cheap here but now that everyone and their mother is moving here its not even cheap anymore.
      That describes a ton of the millenial top-move-to places though.

      Denver? 20 years ago it was the exact same mountains west of town, with less crowding and traffic to get to them and a 2bd was like $500/month. Now $2000/month + tip gets you a "luxury" cuckbox or you can go budget and pay $1200/month to live in some dude's mother in law suite with no AC.

      Where will you move to?

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Any good spot to visit texas? at most 5 hours from dallas?

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I love american women so much bros

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm going to be upfront this is me venting.

    Dallas fricking sucks. Texas fricking sucks. Lived here my whole and I'm jumping ship very soon. I have no idea why anyone would visit here. I have yet to find anything in the DFW area that isn't absolutely inferior to other places in the country. Texans are nice people but they're very shelterd because of the sheer distance required to make contact with any natural beauty or intriguing cities. It's just thousands and thousands of acres of strip malls and cracking clay soil. I would highly recommend that you wait a few months before visiting because, right now, you would be entering Satan's butthole with this heat.

    If you visit the Dallas aquarium is good I guess.

  10. 8 months ago
    Anonymous
  11. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Austin and San Antonio are the only places worth visiting. Dallas is alright to live in but it has no soul. Only thing cool is the school book depository.

    Source: I moved here a year ago on a whim.

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