Come in out of the cold while in Dallas for the Super Bowl, Part 3

You’ve been looking forward to this trip to the Super Bowl for ages, but temperatures in Dallas right now are the coldest in about 20 years. In fact, today it’s 20 degrees colder in Dallas than in Juneau, Alaska! If the frigid weather is getting you down, you might want to escape to a shopper’s and foodie’s delight–Plano, Texas. Plano is within a 30-minute drive of most major attractions and entertainment venues throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area. It’s also the safest city in North Texas, according to a recent survey by CQ Press, and among the most family-friendly and economical in the whole state. Plano has received numerous honors, including being named by USA Today as the most affluent city in the United States in 2008.

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Come in out of the cold while in Dallas for the Super Bowl, Part 2

If you’ve arrived early in the Dallas area for this weekend’s Super Bowl, you’re probably freezing your buns off right now. The glazing of ice that Dallas received early this week will soon be covered with new-fallen snow. But, you know what they say–when the going gets tough, the tough go shopping! And there’s no better place in the Dallas area to shop than the rapidly growing community of Frisco, which also offers a wide variety of concerts and events, four professional sports teams, and more than 150 pieces of art on public display.

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Come in out of the cold while in Dallas for the Super Bowl, Part 1

Somehow, your long-awaited pre-Super Bowl experience just isn’t working out the way you intended. For one thing, you’re freezing. Walkways outside Cowboys Stadium in Arlington are like sheets of ice, and you’re thinking you should have brought your ice skates instead of your golf clubs. Well, it’s time to come in out of the cold, and make the best of the situation by visiting some oases of warmth and comfort in the greater Dallas area while waiting for the Big Game to begin.

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