Continuing on to the next leg of our coast to coast journey we arrived in Frisco, Texas just 20 minutes north of Dallas. Our 2-night stay included the beautiful Embassy Suites Dallas - Frisco / Hotel, Convention Center & Spa. We absolutely loved their accommodations which included a beautiful two-room hotel suite, furnished with all the comforts of home to ensure the utmost enjoyment during our stay.
The Embassy Suites Dallas - Frisco / Hotel, Convention Center & Spa is conveniently located right in the heart of great shopping and dinning for the whole family. Also located nearby are concerts and events, 4 professional sports teams, and over 150 pieces of art on public display.
Of course if you stay at the Embassy Suites Dallas - Frisco / Hotel, Convention Center & Spa you receive their complimentary breakfast every morning where you can have your omelette cooked to order. It's a great way for the entire family to start the day.
You can also check out the The Cyprus Grille for lunch or dinner. It has a casual atmosphere which allows for a relaxing dining experience in the hotel.
We had an overall wonderful experience visiting Frisco and the Embassy Suites Dallas - Frisco / Hotel, Convention Center & Spa made it all the more relaxing and enjoyable.
Nothing compares to our light show!
Children of all ages await the return of Christmas in the Square. The largest choreographed holiday lights and music show in Texas returns for the 6th year full of established favorites and new surprises, too.
Christmas in the Square draws over than 500,000 visitors annually. Families, friends and holiday guests from through-out north Texas, the D/FW Metroplex and southern Oklahoma came and enjoyed the spectacular show. Lights! Music! Snow! Holiday lights and music choreographed by Frisco’s own Jeff Trykoski (Illumimax LLC). With over 175,000 lights, 11.5 miles of wiring and 8 miles of extension cords.
Christmas in the Square is unlike anything you have ever seen. The same snow machines used by Disney create a “Winter Wonderland” on the sidewalks of Frisco Square, Texas.
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