This was the view from our seats at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas for Wrestlemania 32. Incredible.
Unfortunately pictures don't do the sheer size of the stadium justice. It's HUGE. You can see it from about 10 miles away!
Dallas, Texas was amazing. Although a large city in the USA the many open spaces and parks make it feel a lot more 'free' than a city usually feels like.
There was much that Dallas had to offer including historical landmarks and old traditions and it was a perfect place to venture to for Wrestlemania.
The weather on our first couple of days wasn't great, we ventured to The Galleria in Dallas on our first full day which is a massive shopping centre with an indoor ICE RINK..!! We didn't touch the ice that day but we did do some shopping to keep us out of the rain. The rain had cleared by day 2 and we ventured over to Fort Worth to see the Stockyards.
Everyday in Fort Worth down at the Stockyards the cattle are walked through the streets drawing big crowds and on this day neither disappointed.
The Sixth Floor Museum exhibits every ounce of President Kennedy's term in office leading up to his assassination. The Window where Oswald shot the President is set up as it was that fateful day and really gave us a sombre feeling whilst being there. Seeing the exhibit was a big highlight of our trip and I certainly feel thankful I have been there to see it.
All in all it was a great trip, we all thoroughly enjoyed it, maybe the men more than the women..! I will leave you with my lasting image of Stone Cold Steve Austin.....