22 Ιαν 2019 - 23 Ιαν 2019
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Awesome place to visit and explore some amazing food venues not to mention craft beer!
It's hard for me to give an accurate portrayal of this city, because when I visited it was Memorial Day and it seemed the entire city had shut down. There are a ton of places to see, theoretically, but apparently not on a national holiday. :) However, it's a lively place that still manages to maintain a pretty down-to-earth vibe (in most neighborhoods), and they loooove their BBQ.
Dallas is one of my least favorite places to visit. It's not that it's dirty or dangerous. It's that it doesn't have a home feeling. It isn't cohesive, and the different styles and commercial sites disrupt the flow of the different neighborhoods. I prefer a place that is homely even though it is a large city. Despite the disconnected feeling, it is a great place to go out and part or spend a few hundred dollars in one night easily on food or entertainment. I do recommend going to Oklahoma if you get the chance. They have a casino where you could win back some of your money!
One would point out that getting a point-of-sale (POS) system will be a waste of time and cash. In fact, moving to some quality POS has definitely a lot of advantages.