DallasßžFort Worth International

Mitchell, Clark
October 2006
Travel & Leisure;Oct2006, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p186
The article features Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, the world's third busiest airport. The airport has recently added a sleek international terminal, an 80-foot ceilings and wide-open space with extraordinary glass and stainless steel structure. It also features grilled and steak houses such as Blue Mesa Taco & Tequila Bar and Cantina Laredo, as well as winery shop like La Bodega Winery.


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