2011 SUPER BOWL XLV: Cowboys Stadium Guide
The 2011 Super Bowl is being held on Sunday, February 6th at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. So, you have Super Bowl tickets and traveled from out of town for the big event? Cadillac is here to help with a few hotel recommendations and a few Cowboys Stadium tips! Cowboys Stadium is the home venue of the Dallas Cowboys and typically has a capacity of around 80,000 fans. For the Super Bowl the NFL will increase that capacity to over 100,000 people; so the 2011 Super Bowl will have the largest attendance in Super Bowl history!
The city of Arlington is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and located about 20 minutes west of downtown Dallas. To get to Cowboys Stadium from downtown Dallas, just take Interstate 30 west until you see signs for the stadium. There are two main airports that service the area; Dallas/Fort Worth International and Love Field. The DFW Metroplex is located 3 hours north of Austin and 4 hours NW of Houston.
There are over 400 hotels in the surrounding area including a few dozen in Arlington and the surrounding towns. Fort Worth is only 10 miles East and there is a 5-star Four Seasons hotel in Irving, which is just outside Fort Worth. Book your hotel room early because they fill up fast when the Super Bowl is in-town. If you need help finding a Super Bowl hotel room, please give us a call at TicketCity.
2010 SUPER BOWL XLIV RECAP:
The New Orleans Saints won the 2010 Super Bowl in Miami. The victory was historic in that it was the first time ever that the Saints have won the Super Bowl. New Orleans earned their Super Bowl championship by defeating the Indianapolis Colts 31-17. Saints quarterback Drew Brees was named the MVP of Super Bowl XLIV.
Check on http://www.dallascowboysmaps.com/ to type in the zip code of your hotel within the Metroplex for the best travel route and parking from where you are coming in.
2011 CADILLAC CTS-V COUPE
The CTS-V Sport Sedan has quickly established itself among the world’s highest performing luxury sedans, becoming the first production four-door on street tires to break the legendary eight-minute barrier at Germany’s famed Nürburgring.
The V-Series achieves exceptional levels of road-holding performance, but also maintains the poise of a luxury car in “regular” driving conditions. The technical enabler of this dual-mode driving character is Cadillac’s landmark Magnetic Ride Control. It is the world’s fastest-reacting suspension technology. It uses shocks controlled by advanced magneto-rheological technology, rather than mechanical valves, to greatly accelerate response time and precision. Electronic sensors at all four wheels literally “read the road” every millisecond, making constant adjustments to damping to create virtually instantaneous and extremely precise control of body motions.