Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Free Elementary Chemistry Homeschool Curriculum, Dallas, United States travel blog

Free Elementary Chemistry Homeschool Curriculum

A travel blog entry by curriculum667

Whether you devote an entire school year to chemistry or just a semester, teaching chemistry to your children can encourage a love for science that will hopefully last through high school. If your curriculum budget has been maxed out or you simply want ...

Short Stopover in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Short Stopover in Dallas

A travel blog entry by abroadtrip09

Julie Kenneth ...

Living A Dream, Dallas, United States travel blog

Living A Dream

A travel blog entry by chipposgoglobal

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... they were really good), some of the players singing on an American Idol style competition with Boys 2 Men and a dance off between the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders and a bunch of fat Mavericks fans. Dwyane Wade was the MVP of the game and the East won by 2 ...

Travelling Tango, Dallas, United States travel blog

Travelling Tango

A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah

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... person. Today however (or yesterday Perth time), Jess Riches and I left on our two and a half month adventure through the United States; first stop - Sydney. The flight was okay; we got breakfast (over-fried egg, potato/corn/bean omelet looking thing and ...

Další ztráta, jinak cajk, Dallas, United States travel blog

Další ztráta, jinak cajk

A travel blog entry by 2361472012

Přestože při odletu mělo letadlo téměř hodiné zpozdění, do Dallasu jsme přiletěli skoro na čas. Odbavení zavazadel i cestovatelů proběhlo v klidu, měli jsme na to jen dvě hodiny, ...

Dallas Stopover, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Stopover

A travel blog entry by treimer

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I never thought I would go to ...

On Time Into Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

On Time Into Dallas

A travel blog entry by pjnedry

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... the weather was broken clouds.  The train station is right next to Reunion Tower and Reunion Arena; and, it is near the Dallas Morning News Building. There is an awful lot of concrete poured in the DFW area.  I took a picture of an interesting ...

Missing my travels already, Dallas, United States travel blog

Missing my travels already

A travel blog entry by corporatecat

Back home now. Missing Europe already. Planning to return to Santorini and Venice nexter year 2009. Can't ...

Made it!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Made it!

A travel blog entry by ktowell

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... a nearby tree, and ate him. See? Things happen. That's why I worry. I look for leopards like crazy. We spent the night in Dallas, then caught a flight to Miami, and then another one to Guatemala City. I worry about who I sit by on airplanes. When I ...

D to the ALLAS then New Orleans, Dallas, United States travel blog

D to the ALLAS then New Orleans

A travel blog entry by jsmithers

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With only a 40 min train ride to Dallas I was there in no time. When I got to my hostel it was a bit confusing as to how to get inside. I spent my day doing washing and scrubbing up for a night out. The host of the place was really nice, he gave me free ...

Downtown Dallas.......very quiet, Dallas, United States travel blog

Downtown Dallas.......very quiet

A travel blog entry by c895868

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... .   Not exactly tourist weather, but that didn't stop us from pounding the pavement and taking a close look at Dallas downtown. We stumbled across a couple of interesting landmarks not far from our hotel.   Very interesting place.... Out for ...

Delay in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Delay in Dallas

A travel blog entry by a_payne

... up going from an hour and a half to a good 4 hours.. As I said in the previous post, we got delayed coming into Dallas and the first departure delay going to LA was 7:45 because of storms. It just so happens that every other flight got delayed because of ...

Drive to Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Drive to Dallas

A travel blog entry by nomadicguard

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JFK, Dallas, United States travel blog

JFK

A travel blog entry by nomadicguard

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Hasta Luego Texas!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Hasta Luego Texas!

A travel blog entry by nicole.jeske

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Decided to start a blog to keep up with my adventures while in Spain. Yes my grammar isn't great, and I'm rather far behind. But if you care at all, here is a shortened version on my end, lengthened on yours, of what is happening in my world 8 hours in ...

Dallas Fort Worth Airport, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Fort Worth Airport

A travel blog entry by a_payne

... turbulence at one point and then we got stuck in a holding pattern for about 30 minutes or so all due to storms in Dallas. The landing was pretty smooth once it actually happened though. Haha. Unfortunately, this is also effecting the next leg of my ...

The Sleeper Must Awaken.... in Peru, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Sleeper Must Awaken.... in Peru

A travel blog entry by dwomack

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"Without new experiences, something inside us sleeps. The sleeper must awaken. ~ Frank Herbert (Dune) That is the way I am feeling. It is time to awaken the sleeper once again. Time to hit the road to places never before seen and only imagined. ...

My Kid and Matt, Dallas Texas, United States travel blog

My Kid and Matt

A travel blog entry by fishwheel

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After flying to Dallas we took the hotel shuttle to the Super 8 where we had a room booked. Matt and his friend Natalie and my son Corey met up with us at the hotel. We had a nice visit and a good dinner at Red Lobster. While the visit was short, it was ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by jmogle

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Today was a simple day.  Drove to Dallas.  Drove around Dallas and thought Texas Stadium looked dumpy.  I want to the Stars v Sharks game.  Sharks won 2-1.  Had a good time.  Worst part was missing Denise.  I really look ...

Off We Go, Dallas, United States travel blog

Off We Go

A travel blog entry by txredhead

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All packed and headed to the airport.  One carry-on, one small tote and a little purse.  Yeah, I can't believe it either.  More later!  ...

mississippi, Dallas, United States travel blog

mississippi

A travel blog entry by ragsdalefour

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                                        'make it one ...

Last day in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Last day in Dallas

A travel blog entry by ericostling

Last day in Dallas! Hello! Earlier today i said good bye to Eva. I also when't to the two other families and said goodbye. after that Tommy drove me to the airport. When we arrived to the airport we hugged each other and said goodbye. Right now I am ...

Just to start, Dallas, United States travel blog

Just to start

A travel blog entry by hawaii_5071

This was the first official trip to start the year off in 2008. We left for Dallas (Kara and I) after a whirlwind of disasters and only being off the ship for 5 days (for me). Between Kara's messed up eye, terrible weather, a huge party the night before ...

Texan history, Dallas, United States travel blog

Texan history

A travel blog entry by brieza89

... our hotel room, lazy! The next day, we decided to take a day trip to Fort Worth. It's only about 45 minutes from Dallas, but polar opposites from the slick city centre. Well it's Stockyards Historic District is anyhow. Fort Worth has a large downtown ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by enkorz

I was shocked by this city! Everything is so big, so enormous! but it's just ...

Leaving the Land of the Fat, Dallas, United States travel blog

Leaving the Land of the Fat

A travel blog entry by bonlindz

The journey began May 28,2008 when Jacko accompanied Lindsey to say goodbye to her soon-to-be husband Adam and pups Mona and Bosley. While Bonnie had to be physically separated from her highly sensitive bladdered dog Honchie the Conquistador. All 3 ...

Channeling Neruda, Dallas, United States travel blog

Channeling Neruda

A travel blog entry by erinelizabeth

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When I studied abroad in Santiago, Chile, I developed an appreciation for the work of Pablo Neruda, who is sort of the literary hero of Chile. While procrastinating packing, I found one of his poems, which counsels the reader on how to live life to its ...

Disappointing Dallas; Impressive Fort Worth, Dallas//Fort Worth, United States travel blog

Disappointing Dallas; Impressive Fort Worth

A travel blog entry by gomad

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So I have my new laptop and it was absolutlely worth the wait!! The weekend was interesting.  Dallas was a bit of a disapointment.  Not really all that much to see.  I was never to interested in the whole JFK thing.  To be honest I ...

philbrow62, Dallas, United States travel blog

philbrow62

A travel blog entry by judechad42

Tractors are the workhorses of contemporary agriculture and for good ford 4000 repair manual root cause -- they're versatile, durable and powerful. The soul and heart of them infamous units is naturally the engine, and over time fashion designers have ...

Stopover in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Stopover in Dallas

A travel blog entry by badgers07

A quick stop over at Dallas ...

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