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My son and I strolled around downtown to kill a few hours while his dad was at a conference. It was a great afternoon of checking out the museums, exploring the visitor center, eating pie, and shopping for souveniers. All the people/workers we encountered were...More
Great historic downtown had lots of shops to visit we were worn smooth out after walking both sides of the street but it was fun and something for everyone!! But need your best walking shoes is my tip!!
So many cool places to check out, one day will not be enough. From the winery tasting rooms, specialty stores featuring chilies, honey, and chocolate and all manner of antiques; this is NOT the same places you see in every mall. So much fun!
We stopped in this Main Street district for brunch as we were leaving the Gaylord Texan. Wound up wandering past and thru a number of the shops before and after eating. Since we were there on a Sunday, most were closed. However, window displays and...More
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This is a well known travelers destination as well as a local population attraction. I'm sure they start in the morning around 9-10 and go into the night for the stores . The restaurants are usually always open. All the... More
This is a well known travelers destination as well as a local population attraction. I'm sure they start in the morning around 9-10 and go into the night for the stores . The restaurants are usually always open. All the hotels and motels will probably have the Grapevine pamphlets or you can look on the internet or call them on their info line.