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October 2023

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Houston. April 6-8 tickets will be available online December 5. I spent several hours exploring this world-class botanical garden during my trip and plan to return when I'm back in Dallas next April. is will be their peak bloom period for bulbs and azaleas. Both the Arboretum and the Perot Museum will make available the appropriate glasses for viewing the eclipse. In addition to the big show in April 2024, there will also be an annular solar eclipse AKA "ring of fire" on October 14 of this year. In San Diego, it may be visible between 8:09 and 10:52am, but the best U.S. view spots include Eugene and Crater Lake National Park in Oregon and Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. If you also choose Dallas to be your home base for viewing the eclipse, the time to book is now. I'm planning to stay a couple of extra days to further enjoy the Dallas Arts District. (See the Visit Dallas website for the latest info.) Several cruise ships have altered itineraries to include the path of totality, but most of them are already fully booked. Something to consider: If you miss this one, the next total solar eclipse that will be visible from the contiguous United States will be on August 23, 2044. MAIN The skyline of the Dallas Arts District includes four buildings by Pritzker Prize-winning architects TOP The Rotunda is a landmark in the very walkable Dallas Arts District, which is home to 13 cultural facilities MIDDLE Resistance Reverb: Movements 1 by Lava Thomas hangs in the lobby of the Hall Arts Hotel and is made of tambourines, leather, Plexiglass, grosgrain ribbon, mirrored acrylic, and more BOTTOM On the Energy Island at the Dallas Arboretum, children learn how to make electrical energy from wind and water HALL ARTS HOTEL: COURTESY OF HALL ARTS HOTEL ALL OTHER PHOTOGRAPHY BY ADAMS / HANSEN STOCK PHOTOS RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE OCTOBER 2023 105

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