Texas - Dallas & The Panhandle Plains (Chapter)
This is the Dallas & the Panhandle Plains chapter from Lonely Planet's Texas guidebook.
Dallas and Fort Worth have starkly different facades, however, they both share a love of high (and low) culture and old-fashioned Texan fun. While you’ll find that the Panhandle and Central Plains may be the part of Texas that most typifies the state to outsiders.
- two-step at the biggest honky-tonk on earth, the Stockyards’ Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth
- relive the tragic day of JFK’s assassination at the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas
- be inspired by the Dallas Arts District with its top-notch museums, music, theater and stunning modern architecture
- restaurants & accommodations
Coverage includes: Dallas, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Frisco, McKinney, Denton, Decatur, Arlington, Waxahachie, Glen Rose, West, Waco, Permian Basin, Midland, Odessa, Big Spring, San Angelo, Sonora, Junction, Abilene, Buffalo Gap, Albany, Lubbock, Along Texas Hwy 70, Turkey, Quitaque, Caprock Canyons State Park, Palo Duro Canyon, Canyon, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Amarillo and Canadian.
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