Every once in a while, I punch “Park Cities” into Twitter, and see what pops out the other end. It’s usually someone checking in on Foursquare at Park Cities Bank, but sometimes it’s something more interesting, like today.
Seems that a spamish Twitter account (Faraha12) was tasked with trying to boost sales of “The Park Cities: A Walker’s Guide and Brief History,” by touting the book’s Amazon page. Book came out in 1988, and was printed by SMU Press. Thirteen copies are available, starting at $3.13.
Here’s the thing I find interesting, though: what will a walking tour of the Park Cities consist of? Snider Plaza? Wandering down Beverly? Hoofing it from the bottom to the top of Hillcrest?
The Park Cities are two beautiful municipalities, but their pedestrian accessibility (and pedestrian attractions) don’t spring to mind.
Also, anyone read this?