Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Down and out at DFW, Dallas, United States travel blog

Down and out at DFW

A travel blog entry by robertiz

Due to the many hours of flight delays today, it's been necessary to dip into our travel budget more than planned in order to nourish ourselves with airport food...ok, who are we kidding...airport booze. Thinking of having Roger go shine a few pairs of ...

Choosing A Quality Brooklyn  Roofer, Dallas, United States travel blog

Choosing A Quality Brooklyn Roofer

A travel blog entry by copyhen08

If there is a issue with your roofing, that is something you might wish to get looked after as soon as possible. This is a very important job and the last ordeal you really want is to hire someone that makes things even worse instead of better. ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by kp8

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... was nice how it unfolded this time. Also while in Dallas we paid a visit to thanksgiving square.       Before leaving Dallas we revisited the site of the JFK assassination, but this time went to the 6th floor museum. This museum ...

Leaving Milan, Dallas, United States travel blog

Leaving Milan

A travel blog entry by charity0

Said goodbye to everyone at the agency they were great.  Last night had dinner with Giancarlo, Florenca, Maria, and Yamila at a friends house. So sad. Little did I know this was the last time I would be in ...

Tony, I still think we're and Kansas, and still..., Dallas, United States travel blog

Tony, I still think we're and Kansas, and still...

A travel blog entry by eckidalaine

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Russia-watch for pick-pockets, Dallas, United States travel blog

Russia-watch for pick-pockets

A travel blog entry by boydnews

I was in St Petersburg, Russia in July of this year.  As I was getting on a bus, some guys attacked me, pinning my arms down while one stole my wallet.  That was the 2nd day I was in St Petersburg.  The previous day someone tried to ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego

... close to downtown Dallas in a little mature community, big trees, kept lawns, American flags.....A beer....Driving and walking tour of Dallas city. A beautiful, immaculate, calm city. No noise, no dirt, lots of sun. Hitting up the rich suburbs, the Boho ...

Place to never see or step foot in again..., Dallas, United States travel blog

Place to never see or step foot in again...

A travel blog entry by wrouillie

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Home again, Dallas, United States travel blog

Home again

A travel blog entry by tripleb

We arrived at DFW around 1.  We stopped to eat in Rockwall and got to Sulphur Springs around 4.  Dido was really happy to see ...

16. Dallas, Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

16. Dallas, Texas

A travel blog entry by memamzadeh

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Drove a whopping 30 miles to Big D. We drove around town and took some pics, and then drove to Highland Park, a closeby, high-end residential area. The homes were truly fantastic, and the sprinkler heads per capita must be ridiculously high because it ...

Up to Dallas to visit my mom, Dallas, United States travel blog

Up to Dallas to visit my mom

A travel blog entry by nahury1

Up to Dallas to visit my ...

top 10 things we are looking forward to, Dallas, United States travel blog

top 10 things we are looking forward to

A travel blog entry by chesch1

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10.  Ordering something off  a menu and not being surprised with what you actually get. Sometimes the surprise comes mid bite! Often it involves a lot of cheese even though it said nothing about cheese on the menu. 9. Every time you buy ...

Dallas Day 3, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Day 3

A travel blog entry by em_gruzin

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... found one, but it was closed! We did have a peek inside through the windows though... I saw a few rifles! When I come back to Dallas at the end of June we will definitely go find an open one and have a look! It's such a different experience for me ...

Dallas.., Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas..

A travel blog entry by suewelsby

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... blueberry pancake (healthy according to the menu!) Cheryl had a waffle which looked 100 times better than mine! We had a good drive into Dallas, about 370 miles, then did a driving tour of the Multi storey car park looking for a space.. Hope we can find ...

Lewisville Lake and Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Lewisville Lake and Dallas

A travel blog entry by allanamue

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There were a few lakes surrounding Dallas so we found a quiet car park on the waters edge at Lewisville Lake, just 30 miles from the city. It was a great spot, we backed the van up and got out our chairs and camp stove. Chicken salad was on the menu, a ...

Silly TSA police trix are for kids!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Silly TSA police trix are for kids!

A travel blog entry by b.george

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We are on our way to Dallas/Fort Worth Airport and I thought I would take some time to write. As in my previous entry I have mixed feelings about the trip but I have a hunch this trip might be more memorable than I expect. At the Tampa Airport: My family ...

It has begun, Dallas, United States travel blog

It has begun

A travel blog entry by eldick

    So tomorrow is the day I start my big, amazing, fun, fantastic journey. I have spent the last 6 months buying supplies and preparing myself. I been watching alot on Survivor Man and Man Vs. Wild. I can't believe I'm actually gonna go ...

Back in the States!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back in the States!

A travel blog entry by rayculvereurope

After an 11 hour flight, I am finally back on US soil...YAY! No pics of the Dallas airport, but wanted to wrap up the journey. Thanks for taking the trip with me and Curt!! ...

FLIGHT TO DUBAI, Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, United States travel blog

FLIGHT TO DUBAI

A travel blog entry by wendypaul

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Planned Itinerary: Leave Dallas at 11:50 am for 14:30 minute Emirates flight to Dubai Actual We left on time but had a very bumpy flight to Dubai, arriving about an hour early after travelling 13,489 km. The food was very good. It was hazy and we ...

Sometimes lonely but never alone...!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Sometimes lonely but never alone...!

A travel blog entry by cathpowpow

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Entry#6: Sometimes lonely but never alone Élément analysé: Élément personnel ( Éloignement) Description: Traveling out of my comfort zone, far away from the reassuring environment I am so used to represented the component of the Internship I was ...

We're off!, Dallas, United States travel blog

We're off!

A travel blog entry by chris_a

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... 'New Scientist'. I really must use my multi-focal glasses more frequently... We cleared customs and immigration relatively quickly at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport which services the twin towns of, no need to guess, Dallas and Fort Worth. I ...

Eddie at the Majestic, Dallas, United States travel blog

Eddie at the Majestic

A travel blog entry by mimosa79

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It was fabulous darling!  Wow!  Loved it, loved it, loved it. I think one of my favorite bits was when he pulled out his iPhone and started looking up Shirley Temple Black on Wikipedia.  He had been talking about her and then ...

Perot museum, Dallas, United States travel blog

Perot museum

A travel blog entry by thebuscemis

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Parks and Back to Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Parks and Back to Dallas

A travel blog entry by andread

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... went for a short hike and Christine tried to lock me in a dungeon. Afterwards it was time to start heading back to Dallas. We tried to stop at Robertson's for lunch because we loved the giant signs advertising various pork products--but they were ...

Layover at DFW, Dallas, United States travel blog

Layover at DFW

A travel blog entry by nate-n-amy

Snore! ...

Tonight, I'm a cowboy, Dallas, United States travel blog

Tonight, I'm a cowboy

A travel blog entry by rojugu

... . It is interesting that there seems to be a lot of anti-Obama sentiment in the south. We went into a candy store in Dallas one night and they had anti-Obama tshirts, stubby holders and stickers linking his ideas to Stalin’s communist government. I ...

Texas!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Texas!

A travel blog entry by kimb3rly_jad3

... now i can't wait to see the Calgary Stampede!!! I went to bed early and got up today to have a tour of the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Excellent! Going to see the JFK museum thing today amoung other things. Hope everyone is well and good. Well Catch up ...

Now Strong, Dallas, United States travel blog

Now Strong

A travel blog entry by reginaramas

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... I decided to skip the cemetery so as not to creep anyone out. Haha.We walked a few miles down and just checked the Dallas City Hall and ofcourse I appreciated the big noticeable art sculptures right outside of it. We're actually lucky to have one of Henry ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by imakespots

I stayed only as long as ...

The Flying Kangaroo, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Flying Kangaroo

A travel blog entry by lukeanthhill

... Krispy Crème Donuts next door to our hotel. Then we caught a taxi to the International airport and caught QANTAS Boeing 747 to Dallas. The plane trip was pretty cool. We got to watch movies. It took 15hrs to get to Dallas and then we had to fly ...

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