Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport

A travel blog entry by tfsnews

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At DFW Airport...., Dallas, United States travel blog

At DFW Airport....

A travel blog entry by mcreech

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We're Not flying in to Cozumel after all.  American Airlines had overbooked our flight and needed four volunteers to give up their seats.  They offered us a flight to Cancun that departs at 12:55 p.m.  and $600 each in travel ...

Last Day in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Last Day in Dallas

A travel blog entry by fishy979

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... .  Afterwards, I watched Disney's Cars with the kids for a little while before we all had to get ready for a day at the Dallas Aquarium.  Good thing too considering how it was raining all day.  I also had to meet up with Shayna there so I ...

Howdy, Dallas, United States travel blog

Howdy

A travel blog entry by midgemeister

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... and bbq sauce sandwich and baked potato with all the trimmings!I have just awoken from my nap and intend to explore downtown Dallas for a couple of hours!Toodles Sunday 20th December - 11.35am Wellllll Dallas is OK but its pretty empty! Yesterday I ...

Apr 08, 2013, Dallas, United States travel blog

Apr 08, 2013

A travel blog entry by lexie.lou

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Wide eyed and WIDE AWAKE, damn it, Dallas, United States travel blog

Wide eyed and WIDE AWAKE, damn it

A travel blog entry by mdelong72

I leave for the airport at 9:30 tomorrow morning to fly to Miami, then to Lima, then, finally get on a tiny (yikes) plane to Ayacucho, where I will meet my fellow volunteers and housemates... There is no way I'm getting any sleep tonight. My clothes are ...

Departure date, Dallas, United States travel blog

Departure date

A travel blog entry by amyraegrant

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Mom and Aunt Susie drove me to the airport in Dallas to bid farewell! One dream and one carry on ...

Miles and miles and miles of....., Boise City, Wichita Falls and Dallas, United States travel blog

Miles and miles and miles of.....

A travel blog entry by beadledove

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... in meetings with one of my suppliers at the Hyatt at the airport.  Barb took advantage of her freedom by visiting downtown Dallas which only took three shuttles and a train to get there.  A highlight was the “cattle drive” through ...

Changing of the Guard and  back home, Dallas, United States travel blog

Changing of the Guard and back home

A travel blog entry by mark_robyn

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Before we headed to the airport for our flight home Robyn wanted to see the start of the changing of the guard.  We walked over to the front of Buckingham Palace and stayed about an hour, but we only caught the first part because we had to head to ...

Family time, Dallas, United States travel blog

Family time

A travel blog entry by stevek28

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... ;Stephen and I took a walk  and then we went with Aileen to meet her son Bruce and Jennifer at their home in Dallas. We all went out to lunch at "The Porch" restaurant. Delicious appetizer, great entrees and even room for blueberry crisp w/vanilla ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by dallas75287

Returned home at 9:15 P.M. What a ...

World's Longest Day, Dallas, United States travel blog

World's Longest Day

A travel blog entry by connollyclan5

Trip from Brisbane to Sydney was uneventful with the benefit of luggage tagged to Dallas. Helen and I waved good bye and hoped for the best. Kids excited and parents yelled at when they saw the final call sign on the departure boards, even though we were ...

G'day Ya'll, Dallas, United States travel blog

G'day Ya'll

A travel blog entry by travel.bug279

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... we would get in the Christmas spirit and visit the Grinch Ice Sculpture exhibit which was currently being held nearby in Dallas. Once we were all kitted up in the rediculous blue weathproof jackets we commenced through being impressed by all the ...

Perfect Beginning..., Dallas, United States travel blog

Perfect Beginning...

A travel blog entry by czematis

... gave me the perfect opportunity to stop at EatZi's for some pre-drive deliciousness.  EatZi's is only about a mile from Dallas Love and is a cute little bakery and market that caters to anybody and everybody's appetite.   Airport pick ...

Day 18:Texas, everything bigger. except road lanes, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 18:Texas, everything bigger. except road lanes

A travel blog entry by samber06

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... we are off.  We are heading out on the I10 up through Baton Rouge, then North on the I49 to Shreveport and on to Dallas Texas! We are in Cajun country for most of the morning and then cut over into Texas.  The drive is great.... but I have ...

Flight through Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Flight through Dallas

A travel blog entry by sean_clare

The Dallas airport is pretty nice. We breezed through immigration and customs and had enough time to spare to grab a few beers and a snack at one of the many good restaurants in the terminal ...

Dallas to Anchorage, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by alaskalucas97

We spent our last morning in Texas soaking up some sun taking walks and riding bikes in the Settlement at Craig Ranch. With all the sidewalks, its great for the kids and safe riding.  We just enjoyed the remainder of our visiting time being together ...

Cowboys, Guns & Pick-up vans, Dallas, United States travel blog

Cowboys, Guns & Pick-up vans

A travel blog entry by jpedro_pimenta

Very traditional old time ...

Dalas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dalas

A travel blog entry by renacuajo

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Dalas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dalas

A travel blog entry by renacuajo

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Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Texas

A travel blog entry by 33-us-tales

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... for. Then off to Dallas, where I had to break it to Trace that JR Ewing was now dead! The traffic and drivers around Dallas we're something else. So much roadwork going on over here and crazy Texan drivers were more of a challenge then other states but ...

Gift of Lights, Dallas, United States travel blog

Gift of Lights

A travel blog entry by thebuscemis

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Took the girls to see the gift of lights to get them ready for Santa's ...

Dallas Fort Worth Airport Texas - Waiting, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Fort Worth Airport Texas - Waiting

A travel blog entry by stately

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... I go now I suppose. Unless as I hand over some of the gifts that I've brought I get moving down the scale. The flight to Dallas Fort Worth was a smooth one. I spent most of it writing up my notes from yesterday's meeting. On arrival I made sure that my ...

Awards Night, Dallas, United States travel blog

Awards Night

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll

Larry was edged out of the Number 1 advisor position by Paul Reed.  However, Larry was #2, Kelly was #4, John was #8, Vinton was #11, and Carol was #12.  Not bad to have 5 in the top 15.  Larry was #1 in Advisory Services.  I was very ...

Arrival in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Arrival in Dallas

A travel blog entry by swkemp

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After a long - 15 hour 30 minutes we touched down safely at Dallas. We were met by Simon who lives about a 10 minute drive from the airport. It is cool about 9 degrees and overcast today. It was lovely meeting up with Christine, Larissa and Aiden. The ...

Pit Stop #3, Dallas, United States travel blog

Pit Stop #3

A travel blog entry by lindsey.byrne

Saw part of the family, had a nice couple meals and visited with my lovely aunt and ...

Squeezy cheeks!!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Squeezy cheeks!!

A travel blog entry by cjrj

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Day 10 Quito - Houston - Dallas Wake up call at 2.00 am - OMG!!! The driver took us the windiest way imaginable, at one point I arksed him where the highway was and he finally got us onto a straight road.At the airport at 3.15, easy check in, and now we ...

The End of an Incredible Adventure, Dallas, United States travel blog

The End of an Incredible Adventure

A travel blog entry by vickiesincock

... to have a much more positive attitude towards tourists than the British. Whenever someone detected that we were from outside the States, they immediately asked from, asked how long we were staying, and they all seemed genuinely interested in what we were ...

First full day in Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

First full day in Texas

A travel blog entry by kymrobey

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After a nice early start to the day, we headed out to do some shopping in Texas. Compared with NY, everything is so spaced out and almost every car on the road seems to be a pick-up truck. My monstrosity of a car would fit in very well in Texas. Some of ...

Who shot JrFK?, Dallas, United States travel blog

Who shot JrFK?

A travel blog entry by strawberryd7

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... a Greyhound bus. So Dallas is my first stop in Texas. My first two misconceptions are corrected right away, there's no oil in Dallas and it's not the capital of Texas (that's Austin). JFK was assassinated there though and I'm making the grassy knoll my ...

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