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I went to the Olive Oil place to pick up a housewarming gift and while she was putting my purchases together in a basket, I had about 20 minutes to do some exploring. Cute shops, a wonderful country store and a nice bakery. I wish...More
My husband and I enjoyed a lovely afternoon here when our flies was canceled and we needed to spend a night in dallas. We took a shuttle for only $5 each and enjoyed looking at shops and sampling some food. We don't drink, but there...More
An unexpected layover at DFW allowed us time to catch the shuttle to Grapevine's Historic Main Street. There are lots of shops, restaurants and a surprising number of wine tasting opportunities. We enjoyed a stop at the historic cabin and shelter from the rain there....More
The Grapevine Historic Main Street District is a great place to stroll on weekend and enjoy browsing boutiques and shops. April - October there is an outdoor farmers market on Fridays and Saturdays where you can find fresh produce, tamales, salsas, sweets and more. The...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.