Daisy Polk Inn

Address: 2917 Reagan Street, Dallas, Texas, 75219, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown area of Dallas, is near Medieval Times, Magnolia Theatre, Harry Hines Boulevard, and Dallas Theater Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Dallas

    My last day in America!

    A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Oct 04, 2015

    7 photos

    ... me to pack her! So cute! Then I'd made a list of what I needed to do before I leave tomorrow and daphne sat on my list so I think she wants to be on my list and come with. Adorable!! Then my afternoon consisted of chilling out and painting my toes. Taylor headed out to church for a meeting so I stayed home and watched all new kardashians!! When Taylor got back we headed through In & Out burgers drive thru for my last American burger of my ...

    The Ez's Treat in Mesquite

    A travel blog entry by eskimo on Oct 03, 2015

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... Arkansas River was crossed and blue patches started to appear in front. The bumps and the forests both returned. As the cloud broke up and began to dissipate, we were able to increase our height to 4,500ft and it became a little smoother. We were able to make out the Ouachita River flowing into the Missouri River as we followed Hwy 30 to Texarkana. Our friend, the Red River, appeared on the LHS, and as we crossed this at Texarkana, we were back in Texas just on ...

    America, it's been real.

    A travel blog entry by cassidyrae on Sep 09, 2015


    ... heart in San Fransisco." And you're not the only one, Frank Sinatra! It's in all the movies, it's big, it's red, it's... The Golden Gate Bridge. The moment I first saw it when coming into the city... It was surreal. When you're from somewhere like Australia, and all your life you see these iconic and beautiful places in photos or on your TV screen... It's just a great feeling of satisfaction to be there in real life. I mean I was already filled with ...

    Dallas, Texas

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Apr 14, 2015

    5 comments, 22 photos

    ... really get booed”. Now he was really nervous, but he threw a strike and the game began. This was a real fun exhibit with which to end our tour.

    We got home late in the afternoon and did some wash when Fred got a call from the CEO Club Chairman of the Dallas CEO Club, John Brown. We were going to get together for dinner, but John called to tell us he had tickets to the Texas ...

    Finally in Texas

    A travel blog entry by jamesrachelusa on Dec 01, 2014

    13 photos

    ... us down to talk about his beliefs in the JFK conspiracy theories. Explaining that he believed it was a premeditated assassination by a group of political extremists, and that although there were 3 shots by Oswald from the Children's Book Depository a 4th shot by another unknown assailant hiding behind a picket fence around the corner was the one that actually killed JFK. After explaining all of this we reluctantly gave him a $5 tip so we could politely walk away and into ...