The Spring Break Times


Six Flags in the Rain

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The Baman roller coaster was one of the few "big" rides that wasn't shut down due to the rain.

Six Flags over Texas was a great place to go during Spring Break

By:Eric Carlsen

Last Friday, the 13th, the rain was coming down in the DFW area and some people seized the opportunity to go to a largely empty Six Flags for shorter lines, and more fun. Although lots of the more popular rides were shut down due to the weather (such as the Titan and the Texas Giant), but that didn't stop the park from being an enjoyable experience for people. The

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Ripley's Odditorium

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The front entrance of the Odditorium.

The Ripley's Odditorium was a great place for people near DFW to visit during Spring Break

By: Eric Carlsen

People who live near or in the DFW area could have taken a short trip to Grand Prarie and visited the Ripley's Odditorium which also has a mirror maze, a wax museum, and a lazer race in the same building. It's also a great place for families with people in the military to go because they get a discount. They

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The Perot Museum

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One of the many views of the uniquely designed Perot Museum.

The Perot Museum is a popular destination for people of all ages.

By: Eric Carlsen

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a great place for people of all ages to go due to all its interactive activities. The Perot Museum is approximately 5.5 floors with rooms dedicated to sports, biology, the universe, geology, birds, dinosaurs, technology, and so much more. If

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