Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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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 ...

The Lone Star State, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Lone Star State

A travel blog entry by olewis909

This day brought my first visit to Wal-mart on our journey to Dallas, which was very entertaining and extremely cheap. It was exciting driving through Texas as it's completely different from all the other states, and has a great feel to it. After stopping ...

Cowboys, Dallas, United States travel blog

Cowboys

A travel blog entry by az2424

To ...

Back in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back in Dallas

A travel blog entry by chris.durham

Made the trip from San Antonio to Dallas in four hours. I love my new car. Dropped Karyn off at the airport and went home. Gotta do laundry and get ...

Top spots for delicious cuisine around Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Top spots for delicious cuisine around Dallas

A travel blog entry by czematis

... the table can share as one plate is way too big for one person.        Javier's 4912 Cole Ave Dallas, TX Upscale true Mexican restaurant.  Do not come here expecting to find the typical Tex-Mex style food or just a cheap ...

Change Planes, Dallas, United States travel blog

Change Planes

A travel blog entry by sjl901

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In Dallas we found our connecting gate and grabbed some food. It is a good thing we did as there was no food served on the flight to Miami. I made a couple of shots from the plane as we approached DFW. ...

Day 10 Country Music Blues, Guthrie Park, United States travel blog

Day 10 Country Music Blues

A travel blog entry by retiredbeachgal

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We started the day in a very quiet way. Every morning when we get up there are deer in the yard and when we come home in the evenings they are there again.  It is fun to watch, but by the time I get the camera out, they are gone.  Breakfast and ...

New YORK, Dallas, United States travel blog

New YORK

A travel blog entry by globalchild

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New York would be perfect weather at the moment. About 25ish. However, the humiduty reminds me a lot of Bali. Because it's so tropical I guess I should have expected it, but I hadn't and it's crazy.    The houses...I don't think i've yet seen a ...

Christmas in D-Town, Dallas, United States travel blog

Christmas in D-Town

A travel blog entry by topherstew

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Getting closer, Dallas, United States travel blog

Getting closer

A travel blog entry by davidbhancock

Closer ...

HOME, Dallas, United States travel blog

HOME

A travel blog entry by rebnwb

Home ...

The journey begins..., Dallas, United States travel blog

The journey begins...

A travel blog entry by jimmymac4

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The trip started with an early morning flight from Dallas to Los Angeles, where we connected to Tokyo.  Not a lot of morning people in this family, so the excitement was subdued to say the least.  DFW-LAX was an easy flight, but LAX-NRT was ...

28 Pounds, Dallas, United States travel blog

28 Pounds

A travel blog entry by rj_hildebrand

... miles on American Airlines Rio de Janerio, Brazil - Capetown, South Africa - Johannesburg, SA - Athens, Greece - Dublin, Ireland - Dallas, TX - $2975 - Expensive because of S.A....apparently everybody in the world is going to I don't know...the World's ...

Getting There, Dallas, United States travel blog

Getting There

A travel blog entry by brownieba

... turned into a complete bathroom renovation at the cabin while we are gone.  We are taking the circuitous route to Costa Rica through Dallas and Miami where we will overnight before carrying on to San Jose in the morning. Caron will be joining us for the ...

coming soon, Dallas, United States travel blog

coming soon

A travel blog entry by surf808

coming soon ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by michael.sandi

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... may be cancelled the next day so we kept checking and it was always showing as scheduled to depart which was promising. Saturday - Dallas to Belize Our flight was still showing as scheduled to depart but in case any last minute changes were happening, we ...

Day 28: Fried, Football, and Fairs, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 28: Fried, Football, and Fairs

A travel blog entry by nikl_us

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What are your ingredients for an awesome day? According to today, my ingredients include fried food, football and bass! Let me explain. Woke up bright and early (at around noon, haha) and got ready to go to the Texas State Fair. Alex's classmate, ...

Travel: only thing you buy that makes you richer, Dallas, United States travel blog

Travel: only thing you buy that makes you richer

A travel blog entry by spoonball

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DAY ONE (1/3/13)—St. Louis > Dallas > Tokyo We are traveling American Airlines from St. Louis to Dallas; then an American/JAL (Japan Air) to Tokyo, with Hanoi as our ultimate first destination. We arrive two days early … to give us time ...

Dallas and Beyond, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas and Beyond

A travel blog entry by r10vill9

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... with me at Havergal, and her husband, John.  As usual, on this trip, we were treated to wonderful hospitality. Driving from Dallas to Amarillo was a surprise.  I expected it to be boring as that is what we heard but instead I really enjoyed ...

Done with flight 2 of 4, Dallas, United States travel blog

Done with flight 2 of 4

A travel blog entry by nludwig

I have arrived in Dallas after my second connecting flight. Two more flights to go before I land in Reno, Nevada. Booking this flight was a horrible idea. I get to see pretty much the whole country within an 11 hour span, so I guess that is kind of ...

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