Irving is a city in the Prairie and Lake regions of Texas. Irving is part of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, growing exponentially over the past 50 years, attracting a range of attractions from modern art to major sporting events. Built in 1902 from the rest of Kit's small village, Irving is now a city crowded with about 197,000 residents.
Like Dallas, the northern half is rich and the southern half is not rich, but it is divided into various southern halves. East is the north branch (Elm Fork) of the Trinity River, surrounded by a sprawling D/FW International Airport.
Irving is located northwest of Dallas/Fort Worth, one of the world's largest and busiest international airports. Access to the city from D/FW is also easy from Texas State Road 183 (Airport Expressway), Texas State Road 114 (John Carpenter Highway), and Interstate 635 (London B). Johnson Free Way in the north). The inner circle of Dallas (Loop 12, Walton Walker Bulb) faces the east, and Irving is also the current southern destination of President George Bush Turnpike. Further, Irving traverses Texas State Road 183, between Dallas and Ft. Value. It connects to both I-35E and I-35W and connects to other leading countries across the United States.
By public transportation
Irving is provided by DART's Orange Line, TRE, and DART bus routes. From the D/FW airport, you can take the airport SkyTrain to Terminal A, go to the DART rail station, and get on any train. Or go to the end of the platform and get on the bus. From Love Field, take the LoveLink DART shuttle bus to Inwood/Love Field Station and take the Orange Line to D/FW Airport Station.
Like Dallas, the big neighbor, the fastest and most convenient way to turn Irving is by car. Each airport has several rental companies. The streets of Irving are easy to work with, and most of the streets are laid out in a simple grid pattern. The main streets in the north-south are Belt Line Road, Story Road, and MacArthur Blvd. The O'Connor Rad and the West include Ulnat Hill Rune, North Gate Drive, Rochelle Road and Irving Bulldove. During the Rock Island Road Rush Hour, you should plan because most of the streets (the same as the highways in the city) can be crowded.
By public transportation
Irving also offers Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) to those who want to avoid all traffic, and Trinity Railway Express, a railroad between Dallas and Fort Worth, also goes through Irving. The Orange Line of DART has six stops at Irving, including a local bus hub that separates the street from the terminal station of the airport and the Irving Convention Center station. TRE stops twice at Irving and fares are surprisingly cheap, but there are few stops especially on Saturdays, and the operation is not suspended on Sundays. We've used DART, and we've talked about TRE in more detail in the Dallas article.
- Las Corinas mustache, 5215N. O'Connor Burvud. The galling mustache in Williams Square, a prominent Irving Las Corinas development, sits on a man-made river in the urban landscape, making the photo background beautiful.
- Karolyn, 5215 N. O'Connor Burvd. A miniature copy of San Antonio's Riverwalk. The small lake has a small restaurant, a large convention center, a music hall and a small high end shopping center, no matter where you are. There is also a jogging pass and an elevated humanitarian organization for commuters starting at DART Station. Seasonal gondolas can also be reserved.
- 1 Irving Arts Center 333 N MacArthur Blvd , -252-2787. At the lyrics stage and live performance of the Irving Community Theater Broadway, you can see a place with a good view in every seat. Art exhibitions, events and exhibitions.
- Mercury Radio Arts (Mercury Studio) Irving is home to TheBlaze TV's production company, Mercury Radio Arts, a conservative news and entertainment network founded by business man Glenbeck. The studio used to be called "Eiga Studio at Truss Corinas."
Although Irving is rarely impossible in the afternoon, the suburbs are a mixture of different cultures around the world. What started as a handful of wealthy sectors has also become a city of immigrants. The fusion led to the development of restaurants and shopping centers that create American unique suburban experiences.
- Byron Nelson Invitation, the home course of the TPC's Four Seasons Dallas PGA Tour event. The TPC is a high-class course and is usually available only to guests at the Four Seasons Resort.
- BARE CREEK GOLF CLUB The nearest course to D/FW Airport. It was highly rated and has 36 holes. Many corporate events take place at Bear Creek.
- Champion trail. The two unrelated hiking and viking courses, along the Trinity along the southeastern and northeastern borders of Irving, continue slowly.
- It's been a long time for health, 503 years. Day 2 (E) 2nd St. Britain Lecil St),☏+1 972 579 . Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.). An alternate health store. Books related to medicinal plants, incense, crystals, and natural healing are found. This place has been converted from someone's small house to a shop, so it feels unique.
- One Irving Mall shopping mall.
- Villas Grill, 137S-Main (Irvingblvia's Heritage Site), ☏ . In Brazil, yakiniku and other side areas were made into family-like yakiniku. 11.90 cents for lunch, 18.90 cents for dinner.
- Mattito's 1001 MacArthur Park Dr Irving, Texas 75063 (I-635), ☏ . Mon-Thu: 11AM-9:30 PM, Fri-Sat: 11AM-10:30PM, Sun: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Experience authentic Tex-Mex food and spend more time. $10-$15 per person.
- Via Real, 4020 N MacArthur Blvd #100, ☏+1 972-650-9001. "Santa Fe Style Gourmet Mexicans" Maybe the finest Tex-Mex (not Mexican) restaurant in the Metroplex. Located next to the four seasons, across Byron Nelson Way.
Beer and wine are now widely available and will be released in November 2008. In contrast to the case before the revision of the law, most convenience stores sell plenty of beer and wine. Only a handful of bars in the city allow people to smoke indoors. Most bars, however, do not permit smoking indoors.
- Captain Nemo, 1426 North Arving Heights Drive at Graw☏ Willer, . The restaurant is always in Irving and serves its own unique sandwich, so it has a table, but it doesn't have a very good atmosphere, and it has a good food. Call first to speed up the service. It's cheap.
- Maac's Grill (8150 N Macarthur Blvd (Las Colinas), .I635 & MacArthur Blvd, a small local bar located directly north of it. American food is abundant and has wings of almost 49 cents at night. a beer for two dollars and a drink for three dollars On Tuesday and Saturday karaoke nights are popular. It features a large, warm, and covered patio, and a sunny night in the center of Dallas. You can see a lot of TVs from any seat in the house, and they always match various sports. Young and old, race, color and creed. It's cheap.
- Bluefish, 925 West John Carpenter Freeway (Las Corinas, 114 & MacArthur Boulevard), . At 2:00 a.m., blue fish are sushi shops. A more expensive and impressive choice for drinks and food. Mid-range.
- Cool River, 1045 Hidden Ridge (MacArthur Blvd & Hidden Ridge), ☏+1 972 . Cool River at 2:00 a.m. is a luxury restaurant. The bar is a long and moving depth, and few things are not available from the bartender. Drinks are higher than other irving. There are several very good high end pool tables. On Friday and Saturday, cover is usually scheduled for 8:00 p.m. to $10-$20. This is usually because a live band is playing. Food is great, but it's expensive. I can smoke in. To provide a pallet parking. Expensive.
- Dallas Arving Backpackers, 214 West 6th St, . This hostel goes from Union Station by train TRE. Student apartments are better than hotels, but staff are kind and the price is right. $21 per night.
- Jefferson Street Bed and Breakfast Inn 512S Jefferson Street☏To, Irving 75060, +1 972-253-2000 a quiet neighborhood The AAA has been approved, the handicap is available, and personal baths and air conditioning equipment are provided. The fee starts at $85. Ten suites include private cottages.
- DoubleTree by Hilton DFW Airport North 4441 W. John Carpenter Freeway , +1-972-929-818124 hours DFW Airport Shuttle Service is available free. Free high speed wireless Internet access, indoor refrigerators, microwaves.
- NYLO Las Colinas Irvin Texas Hotel 1001 W Royalle ☏ . NYLO Dallas Corinas features a free shuttle bus for Urban Loft accommodation, hotel packages, restaurants in the Las Corinas area and shopping for boutiques.
- Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport South/Irving Hotel 2280 Valley Burun (2 miles SE drive direction: South exit, East 183, join to the left. First exit, Valley View Lane. Turn left on the Valley View, turn right on the hotel),☏ Check in: 3PM, Check out: 13. .
- Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport North/Irving 4949 Regent Blvd , 972-929-4004 (Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport North/Irving) 4944949494949494949494949494900000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000013:00 The DFW Airport Hotel offers an on-site meal at Courtyard Cafe, an outdoor swimming pool, a 24 hour fitness center and a free wireless Internet.
- AmeriSuites 333 W John W. Carpenter Frwy (in the Las Colinas Technology Corridor), .
- Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Marriott 8440 Free Port Pa☏ Gateway, . The Marriott DFW Airport Hotel offers a free shuttle with the airport.
- Embassy Suites Hotel - DFW International Airport South, 4650W Airport Freeway (Highway 161 and 183, I-35 only),+1 .
- Harvey Hotel - Airport 4545 West John Carper ☏ Way 972 929-4500.
- Harvey Suites - Airport 4550 John Carpenter Freeway, +1 972 929-4499. All Suite Hotel
- Hawthorn Suites - Airport 5000 Plaza Dr☏+1 972 871 . The All-Suite Hotel is a full-scale, efficient kitchen, exercise facility, video cassette player and on-the-spot laundry and ballet service.
- Hyatt Summerfield Suites Irving 5901 N.MacArthur Blvd, 972 831-0909
- Holiday Inn Express Suites DFW Airport 4235 W. Airport Freeway, 972 659-1272. All suite hotels.
- Main Stay Suites IRV/Mall, 2323 Imperial DR, . Provides free wireless high speed Internet.
- Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport, 4545W. John Carper Freeway☏Way, +1 972 929-4500 a spacious cabin and suite of 506 rooms
- Residence Inn Las Colinas 650 Urnat Hill, +1 972 580-7773.
- Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas, 4150 North MacArthur Blvd, ☏ +1 972 717-0700, Fax:. The luxury resort opened in 1986 and has hosted top-class golf courses such as EDS Byron Nelson Classic.
- Omni Mandalay Hotel at Truss Corinas 221 East Las Colinas Bulbar☏, .
Irving is surrounded deep in Dallas/Ft. It's worth a metroplex. Let's get out of town for a hour or two and look at the real Texas. The Texas people are still alive to read and watch in the movies, but unfortunately they are not in the fifth largest metropolitan area in the United States.