Carefree Inn Dallas

2514 South Zang Boulevard, Dallas, Texas, 75224, United States
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Dallas or Houston?

by Mahalkongpinoy

My best friend from New York has a choice to be relocated by a medium size company here in New York; he can either be moved to Dallas or Texas. What are your opinions on these two cities, these friends are from Manhattan and are used to live at a faster pace but quite flexible, they like any New Yorkers are use and comfortable taking the subway.....although I think subway does not exist in Texas at all...(not sure about that??) He has twins of ages 29 years old single girls and will be in search of good paying jobs, which website is best for them when searching for office positions? Also, which cities has more affordable homes to purchase, would it be Dallas or Houston? GEE! hope we hear from both cities. Thanks to all!

RE: Dallas or Houston?

by ATXtraveler

No choice for Austin? That is the best city in Texas for foreigners and Yankees!

My vote goes for Dallas of the two. Better climate, less humidity, and winning sports teams. What are two 29 yr old twin girls doing living at home? They would have an equal chance to move out in either city, and same goes for employment.

The other choice would be if the person will be commuting via air or car mostly. From the sound of the job, he might be on a plane often, in which case I would recommend Dallas if he prefers American Airlines, or Houston if he prefers Continental. I know that sounds trivial, but there are really nice neighborhoods in proximity to both airports.

If you give us more specifics about what he will be doing here, I can give you better recommendations.

RE: Dallas or Houston?

by snoopybeagle

i agree with the choice of dallas. the crime rate in houston has gone up like crazy, and i hear comparisons of dallas as the next big fashion city, right behind NYC & LA. the DART rail system is slowly gaining popularity in dallas, especially for those who live farther north & commute to the downtown area. not sure about the jobs, depends on what types of office jobs you are talking about, but it's definitely a fun town for singles, seems like there's always hip new places to go to. this is a pseudo-biased answer though, because i wasn't such a huge fan of houston when i lived near it.

ps - dallas galleria is smaller but more upscale!

RE: Dallas or Houston?

by oakcliffkat

Dallas, for sure! I am a real estate agent in Dallas and would be happy to chat with you about housing prices here. And tell you about the many many neighborhoods here! Katrina ... email me privatley

Travel Tips for Dallas

The Beer Hunt continues...in Dallas, Tex-ass

by Cabana_Boy

Wherever you go, whatever you do, sampling the local beer is definite must.

What do the locals drink, what beer is most popular, which beer is hardest to find, does it come in a half pint glass just like grandma used to drink…or better still, a full pint glass like I drink??? These are all good questions that need to be answered...

And in Texas, forget about all the Budweisers and Lite Beers from Miller, DRINK SHINER BOCK....

Shiner Bock is the best thing Texas has to offer! Shiner is brewed in the little town of Shiner, Texas and to borrow a quote from Joe Bob Briggs, 'drink one and you'll understand.' Living in Texas is like watching evolution take place. Darwinism is always being tested... Several of my friends and I thumbed our nose at Charles Darwin one evening. At the time, I was living on the 7th floor of an old department store that had been converted into lofts in downtown Dallas. After many Shiners, my roommate decided that everyone was hungry and needed to experience his mother’s secret salsa recipe. So, Damian starts frying up peppers in a pan and blending tomatoes in a mixer. The next we know, a toxic gas from the frying peppers fills the flat and nobody can breathe. Eyes burning and throats choking, we opened up our windows and climbed out on to the two-foot wide ledge over looking the streets of downtown Dallas...probably not the most intelligent thing to do given our drunken mind-altered state. For the record, Damian never left the kitchen and nobody liked his Salsa...

The Pottery

by keeweechic

The etched images on Bob Lansings pottery is so detailed and so fine. His style of work is non-traditional. His red bowls are New Mexico red clay, which he collects and his white bowls are “white Haggie” porcelain from Salt Lake City. You can see by the bowl displayed over a mirror that even the underside is magnificently etched.

Visit the world famous Mary Kay Corporation HQ

by BLewJay

You read about, see and utilize the products...the pink cars are everywhere, so when visiting Dallas, why not stop by the headquarters facility and visit the offices of Mary Kay. The building is gorgeous and Mary Kay's office is magnificent...not to mention she had a wonderful view of the city.

For Bargin Hunters

by grandmaR about Orr-Reed Wrecking Co Inc

The primary items at this place are architectural salvage items. Doors, windows (photo 5), mantles for fireplaces (photos 3 and 4), bathrubs, wood, flooring, etc. But they also weld together these interesting looking decorative birdhouses and lamps (photo 2). We were actually looking for mantlepieces.

Duke's Original Roadhouse

by bruingirl about Duke's Original Roadhouse

Casual place to dine during "normal" dining hours which gives way to a loud, almost college-like atmosphere of cheap drinks that seem to flow endlessly. There are several big screen TVs spread throughout this enormous place! They have a large outside patio with plenty of tables and benches. Girls come around with test tubes of various libations. Whatever goes.....Jeans and shirt works perfectly fine....

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