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New to DFW - Find out the Background

"Everything is bigger in Texas." You hear that so often, but why? Spend a day in a city of over a million people, and you'll learn just one of the reasons they say it. Maybe even go order some food at one of the many local eateries that are known for their humongous proportions. People only seem to think that Texas is full of one kind of people: Texans. However, the truth is that a history of thousands of years of indigenous cultures actually makes Texas very diverse and worth having a long historic lesson.

Don't just spend the day eating and basking in the hot southern sun, visit some local museums and historic sites. If that doesn't interest you, just go ahead and spend the day golfing. Not into golfing? Go and see the stadium or maybe even a game from the world famous Dallas Cowboys. Not into sports at all? How about spending the night enjoying the vibrant nightlife that Texas is famous for? Blues, rock and roll, and any other genre is easily found in this musical city. Not only is everything bigger in Texas - everything is okay! The reasons are limitless why thousands of tourists run around in the sunny weather every year. Most of them clenching a water bottle because the weather is almost always warm!

Recommended campervan drives from Dallas Airport

  • Seeing as how large Texas is, there are several drives that are actually close to Dallas. The Ouachita Mountains on the Talimena National Scenic Byway are one of the best day trips one can reach. 54 miles of gorgeous landscapes make this day trip worth doing every year multiple times to see the different seasons! I 45 S to Ennis is 35 miles from downtown Dallas and is known for hot balloons and other pictures during April and the summer months. 17 miles from downtown Dallas is Cedar Hill State Park which is from I20 to Hwy 67 and has a bunch of awesome hiking trails, camping, and places to do water sports. 38 miles from Fort Worth on U.S. 377S is Granbury Historic Square which itself is known for green landscapes and the true Cowboy style.
  • Denton is also 30 minutes away on I-35E and is a historic city known for being a good nightlife area and being a cute little town. The Dr. Pepper museum is an hour south on I-35 and Tyler is an hour and a half east on I-20 and world famous for its roses! Maybe that's why it is known as the Rose Capital Of The World. When it comes to great drives far out of Dallas though, there are plenty. Remember though, the city itself may be air conditioned and welcoming, but the desert is not. Bring extra water and a sleeping bag. It does get cold at night! Dallas to Houston is 3 and a half hours on I-45S. Dallas to San Antonio 4 hours by I-35 S.

About the Dallas airport

Off to a rocky start, the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport was established in 1940 by the Civil Aeronautics Administration, but soon abandoned in 1942 due to government disagreements. It wasn't until after World War II that Amon Carter Field became the start of the airport it is today. With the help of American Airlines, who made this airport their home base, it began to grow. Amon Carter Airfield was in service from 1953 until 1974 before stopping its usage and once again slowly evolving. However, some of it still remains for the historical preservation.

It wasn't until January 13, 1974 that it began being used as Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport. After that, it wasn't until 1985 that it became known as what it is today: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. (Making international flights.) It started with only 2 operators (American Airlines and Braniff Airways) and now is a home to over 20 that fly all over the world. Now, having 5 different terminals, they are going to create the 6th (terminal F) in the near future. Also, recently, it has been ranked 29th in the busiest cargo airport! On top of that, it is considered "Best cargo airport in North America 2010." It has certainly come a long way from the delayed project it was in the beginning.

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