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  1. Haven’t been to Dallas yet but planning to visit soon.So thanks for sharing

  2. I live in DFW now and love that you created this article. I absolutely love how artsy the city is. Be sure to check out Deep Ellum!

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  3. That looks like a dream ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for sharing – I really like your style!

    1. Yes! A lot of Dallas is mostly a juxtaposition of buildings, but there are some wonderful pockets of fairytale-like beauty! xx – Anshula

  4. It’s hard to believe that beautiful house is nothing more than an administrative building. Looks like a doll house indeed:) I love the dress in your last picture, and all of the pictures are stunning!

  5. What a place! The reading was amazing I can learn a lot from your writing. I love the way you take the photos, isn’t just random photos, each picture show exactly what you want to write and that’s awesome.

    1. I didn’t know that you could go in at first either! I hope you get a chance to visit the next time you are driving through – the Tower gives you a really unique perspective of the city! ๐Ÿ™‚ xx – Anshula

    1. Hey Sara! The view of the bridges are indeed fantastic and it is the perfect place for photo ops of the city! I hope you get a chance to visit! ๐Ÿ™‚ xx – Anshula

  6. Loved your writing style and introduction to the tower. The panoramic views are amazing. Reminded me of the Macau tower in Macau that we had been to last year when in Hong Kong.

  7. I should definitely visit here sometimes. I am so afraid of heights. I can’t walk without stumbling on even a 2ft high wall

  8. Wow it sounds like a fantastic place to visit. So much to see plus a fantastic bakery as well? Sign me up haha


  9. I really enjoy reading this post because there are so many great and very interesting information isย mentionย in this post.

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