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Pegasus Sign, Dallas

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Though the downtown area offers more high-end accommodations, the heaviest concentration of hotels in Dallas is in the northern part of the city. Staying in this area while on holiday allows you to choose from a range of affordable and comfortable lodgings just a short drive from the city's major attractions. Depending on the purpose of your visit, you may find it more convenient to stay close to the airport or near the city's amusement parks. A budget-friendly alternative, the northern suburbs offer decent accommodations and plenty of shops and restaurants.
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  • Because everything is bigger in Texas, Dallas proudly flies TWO Red Horses: the rebuilt/restored original installed outside the OMNI Dallas Hotel in 2015, and the “new” Pegasus atop the Magnolia Hotel...  more »
  • Besides the sign atop the Magnolia Hotel, which is obscured from sight at many angles, the restoration of the original sign, outside the Omni Hotel near the Convention Center, is much more accessible,...  more »
  • It's a historic symbol of an industry. Nostalgia, red neon sign. Take a few pictures and move on to other history and architecture in the area.  more »