In the middle of the city, they had rows and rows of different food trucks with awesome designs on every one of them. I captured a few as we drove through(:
My older sister, my younger brother, and my mom all had so much fun there, but we are not the kind of people who would want to go back there for fun. Haha we have bad luck in Texas (Its a curse we posses;) but we try to stay away as much as possible! We were lost most of the time we were there, due to the GPS that was given in our rental car. It had no idea what it was talking about! ( Its the curse. Im telling you!)
The performances we did were phenomenal though! It was worth every second we spent in Dallas. Our group didn't even begin to compare to any other sized choir there participating. I grew so much closer to my choir friends, and made so many new ones!
Now just one more thing. After two shows in two days, and midnight to one o'clock rehearsals every night, the leaders decided to give us a break. We went to an amusement park (and ditched our banquet dinner after the convention.. whoops!) called "Zero Gravity." Now this place was SO COOL. It was filled with rides that let you free fall, with or without harnesses into nets and pads on the ground. 16 story drops, human slingshots, flying like superman hundreds of feet in the air only by a small harnace.. now this is my kind of place!