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Small-Group Tour: Dallas and Fort Worth City Sightseeing
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Small-Group Tour: Dallas and Fort Worth City Sightseeing

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Expect only the best of times on this tour of two Texas cities. Get acquainted with Dallas and Forth Worth on a tour that takes you to both cities' main attractions, such as the JFK Memorial and the Cowtown Museum. This tour includes all transportation in an area that's difficult to navigate without a car,.
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James W wrote a review Mar 2020
Birmingham, Alabama912 contributions223 helpful votes
This is a very nice, quiet and safe respite when you are out on business. It is especially beautiful and relaxing under a full moon. the water views are quite nice.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Michael B wrote a review Mar 2020
Fort Worth, Texas17 contributions1 helpful vote
Although not completely connected to dedicated bike paths, it is quite possible to do “Y” rides of 50+ miles. Afternoons on weekends get a tad crowded with families out for a stroll spread across the trail, but otherwise very pleasant, pretty flat. Check the trail maps to see where you can go. Mellow Johnny’s bike shop and Press Cafe (near Mutts in ClearFork) are handy for start/stop/trailhead. Ride North along the West Fork to/past the falls to a trail head or follow the river south east to the boat house and beyond. I ride from Mira Vista, so there are some street miles (some with marked bike lanes).
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Date of experience: February 2020
Renato G wrote a review Dec 2019
Reykjavik, Iceland290 contributions144 helpful votes
I attended a conference in Fort Worth and needed a place with fresh air and for some exercise. Went there twice for a walk and truly enjoyed it. Very peaceful and safe.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Anthony P wrote a review Nov 2019
Charleston, South Carolina2,131 contributions468 helpful votes
This trail system goes for dozens of miles. Concrete and gravel trails with tons of places along the way to eat drink, rent kayaks or bikes. The bike rental was really awesome, as it’s done by the city and you can drop it off at one of several bases throughout the trail - no need to bring it back to the one you picked it up from. There are monuments, artwork, parks, geocaching challenges - you name it. Highly recommend!
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Date of experience: November 2019
mebramson wrote a review Oct 2019
Fort Worth, Texas228 contributions41 helpful votes
We just shared a picnic table with some of our kids & grandkids sitting in the shade right next to the amazing playground "Dream Park". There are concreted trails extending for miles, along the Trinity River, near to Panther Island, downtown, Will Rogers Coliseum; numerous restaurants in the area, fairly good parking, lovely views, nice breezes, and people from near and far enjoying the time spent outdoors together. The playground is large with many different ways to play and exercise for children. It is protected with a wrought iron fence with only 2-3 gates. There are porta potties which were less than pristine, but useable. All in all a large city park with plenty to offer people of all ages.
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Date of experience: October 2019