Why thank you, this has been the most helpful suggestion yet. I will try to find a good steakhouse. My brother suggested Off The Bone and Randys BBQ, so I wana check em out. I don't think I will get a chance to head to Austin ...but I'll make the best of what I've got. Thanks again.Obviously a ton of haters who haven't a clue what life here is actually like.
If you're going to be in the DFW area, check out the following places:
The Fort Worth Stockyards is well worth the drive. Plan on spending quite a bit of time there - they have a cattle drive, lots of shopping for some pretty unique stuff, great restaurants (Riscky's BBQ for some awesome all you can eat beef ribs), and you can end your day with a rodeo at the Stockyards Arena every Friday and Saturday night.
Head to Arlington and take a tour of the new Cowboys Stadium. Even if you're not a fan off the Cowboys it's an amazing thing to see from behind the scenes.
Unfortunately this time of year is a poor one for Six Flags or Hurricane Harbor, but if you're ever here in the spring or summer they can be fun.
Find yourself a great Texas steakhouse while you're here. Bob's Steak and Chop house and III Forks are wonderful. Twisted Root Burger Co. is also a nice treat.
If you get down to the Austin area try to check out the bat colony (again, it may be the wrong time of year). San Antonio is a great city, full of some great history and amazing Mexican restaurants. The Alamo is a must-see if you're into history at all, and the overall culture in S.A. is about as Mexican as you can get without leaving the U.S.
In any event, have fun and enjoy your stay!
Why don't you tell us a little bit about what you like to do and that might help us better offer suggestions. Tomorrow gave some good ones. I wouldn't say it's too cold for Six Flags as even now our days have been getting into the 60's & 70's in the afternoons. If the park is open then at least you won't have to wait in long lines to ride the rides.Why thank you, this has been the most helpful suggestion yet. I will try to find a good steakhouse. My brother suggested Off The Bone and Randys BBQ, so I wana check em out. I don't think I will get a chance to head to Austin ...but I'll make the best of what I've got. Thanks again.
If there are more suggestions, I am more than happy to hear about it.