A little outside of Dallas is Fort Worth. Fort Worth is no small city and has a vibe all it’s own. One of the best parts about it is their preservation of old West history. The stockyards make you feel like you’re in an old Western film (okay, maybe all of us don’t have this dream but let us dorks have this one).
We’ve been on the run and after all this traveling we needed a little girl time to go shopping in true Texas fashion. Plus, who could resist a Cadillac purse? We didn’t even know they made those!
A hidden gem right outside Dallas with an awesome view of downtown, The Belmont Hotel is definitely a place to check out!
It’s one of the most well recognized and beautiful buildings in Downtown Dallas but it isn’t only famous for its architecture, its named for the water garden that is in front of the building.
Reunion Tower is an iconic landmark in Dallas. You can’t miss it when you’re looking out at the skyline. Just find the giant glowing ball towering over the city and you’re there.
You can’t go to Dallas without stopping in for a little Tex-Mex. El Fenix is a Dallas landmark so a stop here was necessary.
A little southern barbeque was in order when in Texas. We stopped at Riscky’s in Fort Worth for some food and of course the ambiance.
The Richards Group is unlike any agency we’ve ever seen. Employees arrive at 8:30am everyday and leave at 5:30 on the dot. We arrived after five, it was a ghost town.
We found out about Southern charm while visiting Slingshot in Dallas, Texas.
Firehouse was filled with inspirational conversation. Want to know what it takes to make it in this buisness? Take a seat with Tripp Westbrook.