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SEA LIFE Aquarium Dallas

SEA LIFE Aquarium Dallas
Duration:
Flexible
From:
USD 17.99
Get an amazing view of the many strange and beautiful creatures of the ocean at SEA LIFE Aquarium Dallas. Walk through an ocean tunnel to see sharks, peer down into a stingray pool or pick up a crab at the interactive rock pool area. With animals ranging from tiny seahorses to majestic blacktip reef sharks, the aquarium gives you a chance to experience the wonders of the ocean without getting wet. Kids will love seeing the fish and playing at the interactive displays! <span class='vSpecial'><p>
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Dallas Wine Tasting Tour with Bites Live Music and Motorcoach

Dallas Wine Tasting Tour with Bites Live Music and Motorcoach
Duration:
4.5 to 5 hrs
From:
USD 63.00
<p>Celebrate Saturday night with a 4 to 4.5-hour guided wine tasting tour! You and a small group will enjoy a fun wine tasting paired with a tantalizing cheeseboard and delicious pizza at a terrific Dallas winery, followed by scrumptious chocolate desserts at some of the area's sweetest hot spots. <br /><br />Check out exciting live entertainment at a cool venue. The price includes transportation via private motorcoach, many food samples and beverages on the motorcoach. You may also BYOB on the motorcoach only. (Don't bring alcoholic drinks to the winery.) Guests must be 21 years or older.</p>

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Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL) Car Rental


Welcome to the car rental Dallas Love Field Airport information page with information on Dallas Love Field Airport car rental options, including which side do you drive on, transmission types, local Dallas driving stress, licences, and more. You may also compare your Dallas Love Field Airport car rental options and search for the best available Dallas car rental rates in the search box below.


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Dallas Love Field Airport Car Rental Desk Locations

There are numerous Dallas Love Field car rental agencies. You will find their desks in the Arrivals Hall at the Dallas Love Field Airport.


Dallas Love Field Airport Car Rental Companies

Ace, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Thrifty


Dallas Driving Information


 
Driving is on the right side of the road.


 
All Dallas Love Field Airport rental cars are automatic transmission.


 
Your local drivers' licence is required.


An International Drivers' Permit (or IDP) may be required, especially if your local drivers' licence is in a language other than the local language (you may inquire when you pick up your car).


 
Dallas Driving Stress Level: 6/10

While the city center is well structured with a network of interconnecting streets, it can be difficult to find your way around at times, making a map or GPS essential. Prominent arteries in downtown Dallas include Commerce Street, Elm Street, the South Central Expressway, the I-30 (East RL Thornton Freeway) and the I-45 (Julius Schepps Freeway).


Several parking garages exist in this area, although spaces are often scarce and many people prefer to travel around the downtown district by bus or taxi. It is also worth noting that regular trams run between the Arts District and the uptown area, along McKinney Avenue.


 



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Last Updated: 16 Feb 2017