Driving through Downtown, Dallas, Texas one would never suspect there is much to do around the city since most of it is highways and is a close neighbor to Fort Worth. If assigning personalities to cities, San Antonio would be the mature college student, up and coming. Houston would be the well-seasoned employee. Austin would be the entrepreneurial teenager. Finally, Dallas would be the working parent. Most of the Dallas/Fort Worth area is suburban, similar to the suburbs in the Northeast in which each area is close by one another. Therefore, many families with kids live there. Unlike the Northeast, Downtown is more like a small city, easy to drive in and not bunched together, unlike New York or San Francisco. However, being a tourist allows one to discover all the history and fun facts about the city. Take one of the JFK tours around the city to get a glimpse of what really happened and which sites one would like to see more. This affordable tour takes you across the main attractions of the city, as well as an in-depth tour of the whole JFK plot from the eyes of the President, First Lady, and assassin. All the museums in Dallas are free to the public, except a few privately owned ones. Although not as great as the ones in New York, these museums are worth a visit if time allows. For good eats, Klyde Warren Park features most of the food trucks. Unlike in other cities, these businesses pay for a permanent spot so even if the truck is gone on certain days, no other trucks are able to take its spot.