Hampton Inn Dallas North / I-35 East At Walnut Hill

11069 Composite Drive, Dallas, Texas, 75229, United States
Hampton Inn Dallas North / I-35 East At Walnut Hill
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Great stop on my business trips.

by saraheg77 about Hampton Inn Dallas/Irving - Las Colinas

I have had to spend many nights here as I've been coming to Dallas for business a night or two every week for many weeks. The Hampton has made several improvements just in the time I've been comihng. I LOVE the high-speed internet access in my room.

The room is always made up nicely and the pillows are excellent!

The breakfast is very good with lots of variety of hot items and cold items. I usually stick with yogurt, a bagel, or cereal, but there are also biscuits and meats and other hot items. I highly recommend this hotel for business travel! Derick, the night manager, is always very friendly and accommodating and remembers my name when I come in. I also enjoy the fresh baked cookies that are in the lobby every evening. =)


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Dallas in Early February...advice for areas to stay

by bertoiaj

Hi, I am thinking of a 4-5 day trip to Dallas-Fort Worth in early February. I do want to see the JFK sites, but also like museums and art galleries. I do not know Dallas, and wonder what area of the city might be best to stay at: from the websites I have visited I think Downtown would be best for JFK related sites, but wonder if the Market Center area might be more economical for me...it is easy to get to downtown? Also the Galleria area sounds like it would have stuff of interest...again is it easy to get to downtown, and back? I would also like to visit the arts district of Forth Worth, esp, the Kimbell Art Museum...I assume that local buses make the trip to and from FW easy. I see a lot of hotels of decent prices in the Airport areas, but wonder if they are too far out to be practical. I do not want to rent a car. Being from Canada, any weather is better than Canada: is Feb. a wet month? I assume a light jacket will suffice.

Thanks to any and all for tips and advice.

Jim Bertoia, Sparwood BC Canada

Re: Dallas in Early February...advice for areas to stay

by monicarc

ft. worth is pretty far from dallas---maybe 30 minutes? i don't live there, but they are their own cities, so i don't think there is bus service b/w the two. texas is a very car oriented place. you have to rent a car or might as well not go. yes, the galleria in dallas is easy to get to downtown, in a car. no idea about the bus service in dallas, but assuming its like in houston, it will take forever and you might be with a lot of undesirables. market square, if i remember correctly from my last work trip to dallas last month is right next to the jfk stuff.

Re: Dallas in Early February...advice for areas to stay

by eve72379

Trust me rent a car. There is only limited bus service to get you to the places that you would want to go. It is possible to go from Dallas to Ft Worth on the train system called the "T" or "DART" (Dallas Area Rapid Transit" and bus service.
If you are staying in downtown Dallas near JFK sites you can get busses and taxis and ride the train back and forth to museums with little or no effort. and like I said you can get one train that will take you to downtown fort worh. However, I advise against trying to navigate the bus system to the Galleria.

Rent a car and you can go on Yahoo maps and type in the address you want to go to and you will be able to get around very easy. You can always get a car with a GPS in it like from Hertz and that will work easy as well.

A light jacket will do you well, but keep a small umbrella handy.

Re: Dallas in Early February...advice for areas to stay

by mccalpin

Jim, as Eve says, our cities (Dallas & Ft. Worth) are not made for public transit. The greater Dallas area does have a light rail system now which is convenient, but it is really geared to get commuters in and out of downtown.

The Market Center area isn't for you.

If you rent a car, then you can stay a lot of places, although as you suspect, the airport hotels are cheaper because they are not near anything but the airport.

If you really want to use mass transit, you might stay near the Mockingbird station, which is a trendy and lively area, but which also easily connects with DART into downtown (the JFK sites) as well as with Union Station, where you can take the aforementioned Trinity Express to Ft. Worth.

But as both Monica and Eve said, we expect all visitors to have a rent car, and it just isn't easy without one...


Travel Tips for Dallas

Outlaw - Doc Holliday

by keeweechic

John Henry Holliday, aka Doc Holliday, the notorious gunfighter, gambler and guzzler practiced his dentistry and honed his card playing expertise in Dallas during the 1870s before he found permanent fame at the OK Corral. He was considered a very good dentist, having qualified at the Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery in Philadelphia. As patients started to dwindle when the coughing from his tuberculosis scared them off, he turned to card playing and developed a good game in the saloons of Dallas. This city was also the site of Holliday's first gunfight from an argument with saloonkeeper "Champaign Charlie" Austin. Neither man was able to hit the other though both fired several shots but Holliday and Austin were arrested and peace was restored. Holliday allegedly did shoot another man dead a few days later and immediately left town, heading west with a posse not far after him.

Holliday went on to become well skilled with a gun and a knife and was involved in three gunfights in a very short span of time, leaving another man dead. In 1876 he was careless enough to kill a soldier from Fort Richardson which then brought the Army, U.S. Marshals, Texas Rangers, and local lawmen and citizens, who were anxious to collect the reward offered for him. In Dodge City, Holliday actually saved Wyatt Earps life and the two became friends. The Earps and the Doc's paths crossed again in other wild west towns and in Tombstone, Arizona, Doc and the Earp brothers faced off with the Clanton family in the "Gunfight at the OK Corral."

The Doc died in a hotel room in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, in 1887. Wyatt Earp said of the Doc "He was the most skillful gambler, and the nerviest, fastest, deadliest man with a six-gun I ever saw."

Val Kilmer play the 'Doc' in the movie Tombstone in 1993.

Dallas Farmers Market

by kd_baby

To me, it's just the craziest thing to see a local Farmer's Market just minutes away from downtown. Located on the south side of downtown Dallas, this market reminds of a huge outdoor shopping market. The fruits and vegetables are really cheap, but you really need to get there at a good time (i.e. early; before lunch). Anyway, they also carry an assortment of plants and furntiure shops catered to the Texas lifestyle (i.e. Lone Star emblems, antique designs).

Finding Bonnie

by keeweechic

I had trouble trying first to find the cemetery and then the grave. If you are travelling from the south up Webb Chapel Road, you will come to a fork in this busy road. While you are busy working out which way to go, you will actually drive right by the cemetery which is right on the corner. Once inside, this is the next part of the mystery tour. While Dallas will make known Bonnie is buried here, they don’t seem to be at all forward in letting you know exactly where. After walking around reading the flat burial plaques, a nice gentleman in his car stopped and asked me if I was looking for Bonnie… I guess the camera gave me away and directed me straight to the grave. This save walking about 3/4’s of the cemetery. So here I will help you.

When you enter the gates, you will see a large mausoleum straight ahead. If you take the drive that goes to the left of the mausoleum and before you are actually alongside the building, you will see a small Jesus statue all by itself on the left of the drive. Behind the statue is a row of hedges and trees. On the other side of the hedge you will find Bonnie’s grave. So make the statue your stopping point and head for the bushes. :-)

Address: Bonnie Parkers Grave, Crownhill Cemetery and Mausoleum, corner of Lombardy Lane and Webb Chapel Road.

People Watching & Martinis

by malihas about obar; nikita; dragonfly

obar- horrid service and bartenders, but i swear the place is worth seeing for the interior and people watching- located in downtown-underground meets very chic.
nikita- good music, good looking people and good drinks-located in uptown- it's a vodka speciality bar (which is great).
dragonfly- very "dallas" (you'll see what i mean)- located in uptown- the bar/restaurant is in a very hip boutique hotel. dress to impress in all 3 places!


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Address: 11069 Composite Drive, Dallas, Texas, 75229, United States