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  • Mens Basketball Tournament Hotels
  • Big games, even bigger savings.

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  • Fast Break: NCAA Final Four Mini Travel Guide

    For college basketball fans, all roads lead to Arlington, Texas, wedged between Dallas and Fort Worth, where this year’s NCAA Men’s Final Four Championship kicks off April 5 & 7 at AT&T Stadium. We’ve rounded up a few hotels with game spirit, plus a couple of worthy local attractions and mouthwatering dining options, so you can turn the tournament into a little Lone Star State getaway. Need a hand planning your trip? We can help book all your March Madness travel.

    What to Do: International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame (621 Six Flags Dr, 817-385-8215) chronicles 5,000 years of bowling history—from the ancient Egyptians to British Monarchs to its first appearance in American taverns. Check out the “Innovations” exhibit, complete with life-sized replicas, touch-screen kiosks, film montages, and interactive games. The Planetarium at UT Arlington (700 Planetarium Pl, 817-272-1183) is one of the biggest in Texas and includes public and private events like stargazing and field trips. Settle into your seat and enjoy a 60-foot-wide dome with a state-of-the-art Digistar 5 system that projects crystal clear visions of the Milky Way and galaxies far, far away. Surround sound helps send you along on a light-speed journey around black holes and a “safari” through the human body.

    Where to Eat: Family-owned Bodacious BBQ (1206 E Division, 817-860-4248) has been serving “quality smoked meats since 1960,” dishing out top-notch slabs the old fashioned way (mesquite wood only, no gas or electric pits). Succulent cuts get smoked daily, vegetables are made from scratch, and when the meat sells out, you’ll have to wait for the next day’s fresh supply per house rules. Jamaica Gates Caribbean Cuisine (1020 W Arkansas, 817-795-2600) run by Jamaica native and executive chef Barbara Renfro whips up classic Caribbean recipes. This offerings at this down home Arlington favorite are inspired by recipes Renfro mastered growing up, whether it’s the Kingston Trio of island favorites like Rude Boy Jerk Chicken, Boston Jerk Pork, Curry Goat and Oxtails, or a tasty Jamaican rum cake that’s satisfied the taste buds of celebrity chef Guy Fieri on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives.

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