Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Dallas, Yeee Haaww !!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas, Yeee Haaww !!

A travel blog entry by tsargood

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... day: www.jfk.org It is certainly a compelling chain of events. We're lucky enough to visit the museum in time to see ex Dallas Homicide Detective Jim Leavelle speaking for an hour about his experience of the events. Leavelle, who is an old man now, was ...

Day 3 Dallas Excursion, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 3 Dallas Excursion

A travel blog entry by colindaines

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Ok, really an excursion to research the local shopping mall environment and the locals shopping habits, and to keep out of the near record hot temps, 103 yesterday and 104 today. After an even more leisurely start to the day, we made the 3 blocks to ...

Week of Preparation, Dallas, United States travel blog

Week of Preparation

A travel blog entry by jrutledge

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I'm trying to prepare for a 14-and-1/2-hour plane ride to India and beyond. I'll probably need a car adapter for my Mac Powerbook 15" Titanium laptop to work on the plane. I'm borrowing a digital camera from a friend so I can upload photos for this blog. ...

Ernie does Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Ernie does Dallas

A travel blog entry by erniesadventure

After the crazy night in Amarillo we cruised on to Dallas. That bus trip was bloody rough as guts I nearly spewed twice!! Dallas is an awesome city, totally nothing like what I thought it would be like, I imagined it to look like a real country place ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys

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Carlos and Diane gave us a cooked breakfast, which was very welcome. We had a look around the city, saw the downtown redevelopment centre comprising a small area of skyscrapers surrounded by poor, older buildings. We visited the JFK memorial and the ...

American Hospitality Again, Dallas, United States travel blog

American Hospitality Again

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys

... for a swim at Lake Dallas.  It was good to be back in warmer weather and have warm water for swimming.  We arrived in Dallas around 2000.  After an ice cream we went to the Quiet Man Bar: it had a few rather odd customers.  After a ...

Welcome to Texas, Now Go Home, Dallas, United States travel blog

Welcome to Texas, Now Go Home

A travel blog entry by cotafamily4

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... this mostly flat piece of BIG land... since 1519 it has been claimed by six different countries: the Spanish, French, Mexican, Texan, United States and the Confederate States of America...  Our main reasons for heading to Texas was to spend time in ...

Adventures in Dallas Part 1., Dallas, United States travel blog

Adventures in Dallas Part 1.

A travel blog entry by johnathon

... practice some Amma bhajans (devotional songs).  After the rest was over we cruised through rural Texas to finally reach Dallas. I stayed at an interesting womans house who was and "alternative lifestyle" model complete with piercings, tatoos, and ...

Otacame plachty na vychod, Dallas/London (UK), United States travel blog

Otacame plachty na vychod

A travel blog entry by mozi

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... 1992 plavil na plti po Dunajci na Polsko-slovenskych hraniciach. Letisko v Dallase je obrovitanske letisko (oficialne sa vola Dallas/Fort Worth - pretoze sluzi tymto dvom mestam, ktore prerastli v jedno). Maju tu automaticky vlak, ktorym sa prepravovat ...

Gearing Up For Another Trip, Dallas, United States travel blog

Gearing Up For Another Trip

A travel blog entry by adventuresbyamy

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Well, the China trip is definitely over. All in all, it was a great trip. I would have liked to have more time to see the sights and enjoy the learning about China's culture. It would be fun to go back one day, but next time to Beijing and the great ...

NEAR THE END, Dallas, United States travel blog

NEAR THE END

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove

Family, Friends, New Friends, Thanks & Appreciations What an incredible trip! I am tired! Whew! Now, I need a vacation from my vacation! That means....a job! Ha! I have enjoyed traveling around and meeting some great new people, with whom I am ...

Cowboys and 2 Indians, Dallas, United States travel blog

Cowboys and 2 Indians

A travel blog entry by kalpesh_gohil

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... full of characters. Read the second hunger games book, and have to admit I saw those twists coming a mile off. Got into Dallas late afternoon, before picking up the car and heading to hotel.  Dallas has a few skyscrapers, but the area is ...

THE END, Dallas, United States travel blog

THE END

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove

Reflections, Thoughts & Ponderings It has indeed been an adventure. I have learned a lot from this trip, and had a pretty good time. Mostly, I have learned to appreciate where I live and what I have, and the happy and uplifting people in my ...

Preparations, Dallas, United States travel blog

Preparations

A travel blog entry by dkemp

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Well, I'm still in Dallas. But I figure this would be a good time to start writing down what's happening. I've been simultaneously packing for the trip and unpacking (since I just got back from school). Interestingly enough, I'm having a harder time ...

NADRA Members in Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

NADRA Members in Texas

A travel blog entry by nadrahq

 We met with NADRA Member, Eric Snyder from Deck Masters. www.deckpictures.com Eric gave us a wonderful tour of the facility. Deck Masters offer the full package complete with lumber yard, retail store and deck building company. ...

Reflections..., Dallas, United States travel blog

Reflections...

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... its high vantage point was thwarted due to the fact that it was closed for renovation.  On a more serious note Dallas is also remembered of course as being the city where JFK was assassinated. To our generation most of whom ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by mikemel

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Had a great time in Dallas spending time with Tim, Jill and Kaia ...

Dallas, Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas, Texas

A travel blog entry by alikat

Cowboy country, yee-ha!! We flew into Dallas via Denver - there were no direct flights. Although it allowe us to admire locals big hats and crazy cowboy boots. However, neither of us are very well. We are both suffering from chest infections and so ...

Respect for the living letters, Dallas, United States travel blog

Respect for the living letters

A travel blog entry by jrutledge

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When our Indian exchange student Manu arrived last fall, he presented us with a book on the Hindu religion. It was a nice, large paperback with colorful artwork, written by a western-educated businessman who is also a respected Vedic scholar. We ...

A birthday flight to remember: NYC to Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

A birthday flight to remember: NYC to Dallas

A travel blog entry by maggie360

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... airport. I was pretty soaked just from filling up the car. Our plans for a quick flight down the Hudson River and then on to Dallas was out on hold. Still, the opportunity to fly over the Hudson along Manhattan doesn't come every day so we wait it out. ...

First leg... Dallas, Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

First leg... Dallas, Texas

A travel blog entry by eskimo13

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Well, we made it to Dallas,Tx. via Houston from Nashville! Our flight was only delayed by about a half-hour. Unfortunately our luggage wasn't so lucky. None of our five bags arrived when we did in Dallas. We were never made sure whether they got hung up ...

26th July - Destination: Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

26th July - Destination: Dallas

A travel blog entry by harmer56

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... Everyone awoke surprisingly sprightly despite the late night last night. We hit the road just after 8 a.m. to make the journey to Dallas. There were no particularly interesting stops on the way (that I can remember at least) and we arrived in Dallas ...

Wellington-Auckland-LA-Las Vegas-Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Wellington-Auckland-LA-Las Vegas-Dallas

A travel blog entry by alvrez

... everyone clapped when we landed. Very brown outside, brown everywhere. From the air Vegas looks bigger than Auckland. The flight on to Dallas was no problems and we landed about 6pm I think. We managed to get the hotel shuttle to the hotel and checked ...

Early Morning, Chili, Baseball and Late Niight, Dallas, United States travel blog

Early Morning, Chili, Baseball and Late Niight

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

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... , but not biggie. Game wasn't until 7:05 tonight. We landed at almost on time at DAL (Love Field) not DFW (Dallas - Ft.Worth International). If you've ever flown Southwest into Dallas, you know they fly into this rather small (comparatively) ...

Taking the fork to Southfork, Dallas, United States travel blog

Taking the fork to Southfork

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome

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... TINY! It doesn't look much bigger than most suburban houses. Either way, I was still excited. After passing through the Dallas souvenir shop, we bought tickets, walked through the Dallas museum and then boarded the tractor pulled tourist tram which drove ...

Back in the USA, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back in the USA

A travel blog entry by kdtravels

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Being back in the USA has been great! Wow- Everything's big in Texas! holy smokes. The first few days back have been a get things taken care of and adjust time zones. Some biking and swimming, church, hair, doc, dentist... the usual... Nothing too ...

Home again home again!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Home again home again!

A travel blog entry by changxiaoyao

Landed in DFW,  got a fun ride with a religious Pakistani Taxi Driver who spoke about the principals of Islam for the duration of the ride.   It was actually pretty cool since I am quite ignorant about Islamic beliefs.   He ...

Safe and sound- Back in Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Safe and sound- Back in Texas

A travel blog entry by kdtravels

So.. we made it back safe to Texas. This morning, we waited in the hotel lobby waiting for news to see if we'd be able to leave. Taxis weren't running but we caught a ride with an American who'd moved there, and some shuttles for a missionary group that ...

Day 2 - Part 1 - Stop Over, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 2 - Part 1 - Stop Over

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

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The stop over was brief. This is here to get a Map Pin. Mr. ...

Post Departure Information, Dallas, United States travel blog

Post Departure Information

A travel blog entry by bloomingnova

Hola! Only 3 more days until i leave for a semester in Sevilla, and i have lots of information about my accomodations. I will be living with a family in Sevilla while i'm studying. Family: Pilar de la Cerda Japon, wife, year of birth 1958, ...

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