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I've been in downtown Dallas twice now--both times at 3 A.M. in the morning!  In this photo, I'm at City Hall. 

 
 

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The neon green-outlined Bank of America Building at 901 Main St. in downtown.  921 feet tall; 72 stories--it is the third tallest building in the State of Texas.

 
Looking straight-up the side of the Bank of America building.  
  
The Reunion Tower, built in 1978, has a lot of nicknames:  Dallas Phallus; Dandelion; Microphone; Ball; Golf Ball; and Circle Tower. The structure is a 560 ft.tall observation tower located at 300 Reunion Blvd and is part of the Hyatt Regency complex.  The Reunion Tower is one of Dallas' most recognizable structures.  
The Mercantile National Bank Building clock tower at 1700 Main Street in downtown--the spire at the top of the landmark is 115-feet tall; the clock faces are 20-feet in diameter; the clock hands now feature LEDs which replaced the original neon.
A look at a portion of downtown Dallas at 3:00 A.M. on a Saturday morning.  
Another view that also contains the Bank of America building.  
Fort Worth--the fifth largest city in the State of Texas.  A vast deposit of natural gas reserves are located under the city helping many residents to receive royalty checks for their mineral rights 

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