Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Welcome to Texas..., Dallas Fort Worth, United States travel blog

Welcome to Texas...

A travel blog entry by robhughes

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Stopover in ...

Back home, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back home

A travel blog entry by wcj1

home ...

Two days in Rockwall,TX, Dallas, United States travel blog

Two days in Rockwall,TX

A travel blog entry by stevek28

Last night's buffet was pretty good. I enjoyed some Southern delights, Okra, banana pudding, and collards. Stephen went for the fried Southern specialities including, chicken, catfish, shrimp and yes frogs legs. This morning we set out for Rockwall , ...

Delayed, Dallas to San Antonio, United States travel blog

Delayed

A travel blog entry by jcarlton

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Landed in Dallas and found a place to eat. One no longer gets snacks on the plane, water and juice is all one is served.    We wondered around stretching our legs.  We spotted an escalator.  It was massive.  It went up 3 floors. ...

From good to bad...., Dallas, United States travel blog

From good to bad....

A travel blog entry by beckybrookes

Well the first bus had leg room, plugs and wifi which meant endless entertainment in the form of Netflix for both of us however we just changed buses from new Greyhound to an old Greyhound bus which has waaaay less legroom, no plugs and no wifi :'-( ...

The grassy knoll, Dallas, United States travel blog

The grassy knoll

A travel blog entry by danno

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... fact that to this day we really don't know happened on that day in 1963. Besides the museum we weren't overly impressed with Dallas, I'm, sure there are some cool parts of the city but most of what we saw was expressways and sky scrapers, although we ...

A Day in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

A Day in Dallas

A travel blog entry by bmtravel

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Walked through the tunnel from the hotel to Union Station, past the Old Red Museum then along Main Street a few blocks to the centre of town. No-one on the streets - apparently the local all use underground malls & walkways Checked out the ...

Off to Scotland Tomorrow!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Off to Scotland Tomorrow!

A travel blog entry by scooper0

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Hello, All. If you're too busy, or not interested, just hit delete! But I am going to try to write about my trip along the way, wherever I get access to a computer, as it will help me feel more connected to home. Have to finish packing and get to ...

Dallas, Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas, Texas

A travel blog entry by mictaybro

... of packing and errands in Big D. My nephew is a bad ass and looks good in shades. There are a lot of cars in Dallas. This is an obviosity that strikes me everytime. It was nice to spend a little time with the family before heading south. Patio ...

Qantas Club, Dallas, United States travel blog

Qantas Club

A travel blog entry by page-travel

Enjoying the nice quiet Qantas Club prior to long 16 hour ...

This is it.  Or I thought it was, Dallas, United States travel blog

This is it. Or I thought it was

A travel blog entry by carri1004

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Arrived and ready to fly.    But bad weather.   Exhausted snd will inure it out tomorrow.   After all:  I have 18-19 hrs to figure it ...

DFW International, Dallas, United States travel blog

DFW International

A travel blog entry by hguthrie

This is approximately when I will arrive at DFW for a three or four hour layover, after which I will fly into ...

Everything is bigger in Texas, including this day!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Everything is bigger in Texas, including this day!

A travel blog entry by jrammon

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... our tour of the museum.  The 6th floor museum is the museum that commemorates the assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas, in November 1963.  The tour is very interesting, including history on JFK, his campaign, election, and presidency. ...

Wow, what a trip, Dallas, United States travel blog

Wow, what a trip

A travel blog entry by mjt4662

And we make it to ...

Day 8: Homeward Bound, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 8: Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv

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... flights. I've had it happen on a Delta flight, a United flight, and now a US Airways flight. Makes me wonder if the United States needs to go back to school and learn how to run their airlines...(because in all my years flying WestJet or Air Canada, this ...

Dallas Dealer, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Dealer

A travel blog entry by sminke

Dallas was a blast!  By far the most fun group we have spent time with yet.  We had 25 people join us for the presentation.  Loved ...

Loading up for the move to WI, Dallas, United States travel blog

Loading up for the move to WI

A travel blog entry by maryandtim

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Got here late no sleep and now loading moving ...

a haiku for you, dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

a haiku for you, dallas

A travel blog entry by ragsdalefour

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... a fable to be used as a segue into tonight's thoughts on family... so i'm sharing a laugh or two with my kinfolk in dallas, georgia and i got to thinking about trees again (damn ragsdale, get a new schtick!) and how i might have maligned these creatures ...

Another End to a Wonderful Trip!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Another End to a Wonderful Trip!

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove

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Reflections, Thoughts & Ponderings   This vacation was another wonderful adventure.   Altho originally unplanned, it was nice to return to London, and see how much cleaner and more modern it has become. I won't be so shy about returning ...

Clear eyes, full hearts!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Clear eyes, full hearts!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

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... (and cozier) high school experience.  There were 4 games being played at AT & T Stadium which is where the Dallas Cowboys play.  Everything is bigger in Texas and that includes this stadium.  It cost a billion dollars to build and is ...

Preparing for the Big Adventure, cont., Dallas, United States travel blog

Preparing for the Big Adventure, cont.

A travel blog entry by tomandsara

Only about three weeks to go before we leave on our trip of a lifetime. We've been planning and packing for months. How to take as little as possible is a huge challenge, but learning how to do this blog is the biggest challenge of ...

Touchdown, Dallas Texas, United States travel blog

Touchdown

A travel blog entry by mark2302

... my stay in Dallas with family was a welcome relief from the tedium of driving and road construction. We did the tour of the Dallas football stadium which was impressive.Once I was on the actual football field I ran unstopped from goal line to goal line ...

Home of the Dallas Cheerleaders and Tony Romo, Dallas, United States travel blog

Home of the Dallas Cheerleaders and Tony Romo

A travel blog entry by papabearconboy

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... and kinda gave you the feeling of a musical production on Broadway......The service was shared with Joel's wife, Victoria and a former contestant from American Idol... The drive to Dallas was uneventful with flat country  side and high ...

Dallas Stop, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Stop

A travel blog entry by ginnyq2

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I arrived in Dallas at about 4.  Tim and Sherrie were in the Kitchen cooking up a Southern Fried Chicken dinner.  Marygrace, Sarah and Gretchen were home.   Steve, Nancy, Georgia, John, Margaret and Mark came over for ...

My Experience, Dallas, United States travel blog

My Experience

A travel blog entry by stancornelius

My name is Stan and I recently took a trip to the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. I have to say, this is one of the most beautiful places i have ever traveled to or seen. All the pictures you see online look great, but its nothing compared to the real ...

Escale à Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Escale à Dallas

A travel blog entry by danmath

... retard. Le senseur de pression des pneus était défectueux. On a quand meme réussi a prendre  notre transfert a Dallas. Rendu a Mexico, aucun probleme pour trouver le shuttle pour l'hotel... Par contre l'hotel est un peu etrange... Aucune ...

On the way, Dallas, United States travel blog

On the way

A travel blog entry by cookecarl

... I leave. After parking we proceed to the ticket counter where I place the bag on the scale.  Fifty-four pounds the attendant states.  I’m perplexed as I had weighted the bag at home.  How much ask I?  $60 says she.  $60 ...

Glad I'm not a Kennedy, Dallas, United States travel blog

Glad I'm not a Kennedy

A travel blog entry by cafe_travel

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... of the president the public called for the building to be demolished but it was instead purchased by the Dallas County and eventually became their Administration building. The exhibit includes films, photographs and artifacts that chronicle ...

Family Visit... almost home, Dallas, United States travel blog

Family Visit... almost home

A travel blog entry by frguido

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Arrived in Dallas for a couple of days with family... then on to Shreveport.  It's always fun visiting with my son Guido, his wife Gennie and two daughters Annah and Isabella.  Isabella is starting to play softball... an hour and a half and the ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by katie-jason

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... as well (see pics). We celebrated New Year's at the bar where Jessica works, we had a great night - I danced a lot! We ate black eyed peas at midnight - they apparently bring good luck. We are leaving Dallas tomorrow and flying to Cancun, ...

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