Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Everything's Bigger in Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Everything's Bigger in Texas

A travel blog entry by pawelek

... every 2 hours to stretch our legs and to make sure that Tango and Cassis get their little walk in and some water. Arriving in the Dallas area at rush hour was no picnic having travelled in the dark on unknown roads as well, and although we have no GPS, ...

Day 8- The Journey Home!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 8- The Journey Home!

A travel blog entry by anandiyer1

... airport. We went to the airport, thanked both my uncle and aunt for their wonderful hospitality and boarded the plane that was headed for Dallas. When the plane landed, my sister and brother-in-law picked us up gave our car keys to us and we drove home! ...

T minus 7., Dallas, United States travel blog

T minus 7.

A travel blog entry by wonderingfools

Last minute list checking, the packing...three girls vs one lonely man. I am ready, I have been ready, but I am not thinking of anybody else like Tina is. She is good. I am glad the airline is on my side not allowing the house to be taken with you. I ...

Leave for Vegas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Leave for Vegas

A travel blog entry by mimosa79

Heading to Vegas for a fun filled celebration of Rosie's ...

The Best Cities to Celebrate St. Patty’s Day, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Best Cities to Celebrate St. Patty’s Day

A travel blog entry by mrhoney

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... take advantage of the bars and restaurants that are participating. The hope is that individuals will moderate their drinking so that Dallas DWI lawyers are not needed.    Boston, Massachusetts As many as 850, 000 have been a part of ...

VS: Northpark, Dallas, United States travel blog

VS: Northpark

A travel blog entry by shimstonetravel

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I'm back in the US after 3 international transfers 3 countries immigration agencies. By now I get a sick satisfaction telling the officers that I light panties for a living and that's what I'm doing in their country.   It's satisfying seeing ...

Glueck im Unglueck, Dallas, United States travel blog

Glueck im Unglueck

A travel blog entry by evashakira

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In Dallas gelandet und mein Anschlussflug seit 10 Minuten weg...na super... durch die ganzen Sicherheitsdinger...Fingerabdruecke geben, Foto... naja Rucksack einsammeln und ab zum Schalter. Hinter mir ein anderes junges deutsches Maedchen das schon ganz ...

May 28, 2013, Dallas, United States travel blog

May 28, 2013

A travel blog entry by wistow

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Trip to Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Trip to Dallas

A travel blog entry by sam.ceccola

dallas ...

Leaving Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Leaving Dallas

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

Heading out of town just in time to make it to England for Christmas with my ...

rakepatio57, Dallas, United States travel blog

rakepatio57

A travel blog entry by judechad42

Tractors ought to be the workhorses of contemporary agriculture and even for good massey ferguson 165 service manual reason why -- they're versatile, durable and powerful. The soul and heart of the aforementioned infamous equipments is evidently the ...

Yee haw, baby!  Good to be back in sunny Texas!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Yee haw, baby! Good to be back in sunny Texas!

A travel blog entry by sanditravel

... for expandable suitcases! SUN in TEXAS!! Blinding, but beautiful!  Got my cheap-ass little rental car and wound my way north of Dallas to my crappy hotel.  But, at least it has a pool. My friend from high school and invited me over for a slice ...

where i live, Dallas, United States travel blog

where i live

A travel blog entry by branson2468

I live half the time in a big city called  Dallas Texas with my mom, my 2 brothers and my 1 ...

Day 11 - Oklahoma to Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 11 - Oklahoma to Dallas

A travel blog entry by tania27

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... long drive from Oklahoma to Dallas but we were all pretty excited as we had a 2pm VIP Tour at AT&T Stadium. Home of the Dallas Cowboys. The tour was amazing. We could actually go out onto the Field and Wayne and Jet took along a footy and had a kick ...

2nd day of trip and 2nd mis-adventure, Dallas, United States travel blog

2nd day of trip and 2nd mis-adventure

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh

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... but trees and small and large rivers to cross. After a Flying J stop, we were in Texas. It was another three hours to Dallas and another Flying J. The place looked OK so we decided to stay there for the night.        Our ...

Road trip to Texas 2006, Dallas, United States travel blog

Road trip to Texas 2006

A travel blog entry by mskristine

Road trip to Texas ...

An opportunity to inscribe the phrase that pays, Dallas, United States travel blog

An opportunity to inscribe the phrase that pays

A travel blog entry by huwwilliams

... favours whatsoever. Even in this area (which is known as the West End), it was really quiet, a Monday night clearly not every Dallas resident's favourite night on the town, and most of the bars and restaurants were closing up at around 9 o'clock, so ...

I Can See My Plane ... Da Plane DaPLane!!!, Dallas, United States travel blog

I Can See My Plane ... Da Plane DaPLane!!!

A travel blog entry by dottie.michelli

Glad to be in Dallas where she had a 3 hr lay over ,which gave her time to relax a bit after her crazy afternoon. I recieved my first call from Mom about 6:30 letting me know she had arrived with her sleeping man story. She sounded tired but a bit ...

Heading Back, Dallas, United States travel blog

Heading Back

A travel blog entry by walterc

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... car off at the Rental Center, and went to the terminal. I checked in, and just waited at the gate. I boarded on a flight to Dallas, where I had a 3-hour layover. Just went to the gate, and just hung around. Then got on a right, heading back to Philly. ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by travels4liz

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Monday, December 14 After a good night's sleep, I was awoken by the sound of a crying baby.  I discovered that Betty was babysitting her two-month old grandson, Wyatt (Peter and Ashley's son).  We had a fun morning entertaining Wyatt. ...

Dallas (or the best things never change), Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas (or the best things never change)

A travel blog entry by jsharp9012

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... 16 hour flight for one week with family, friends, and some needed time in the cold outdoors of North Texas in December. A traditional Dallas Christmas house party. the 100th annual Calyx Ball, and time at my family farm in Paris, Texas rounded out a truly ...

High Maintenace, Dallas, United States travel blog

High Maintenace

A travel blog entry by bwendorff

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 May 1st, 2015/May 2nd, 2015      In an effort to simplify the early airport trip by sharing an Uber ride, Fred graciously allowed me to crash on his couch the night before. The morning of our trip started with my alarm waking me at ...

@ Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

@ Dallas

A travel blog entry by magoci

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Resting at Admiral's Club Lounge after a 15 hour flight and experiencing the toilet bowl full of water while waiting for our Mexico flight! ...

Cowboys and Cajuns, Dallas, United States travel blog

Cowboys and Cajuns

A travel blog entry by mcstones

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... – phew….some were pretty hot! After our little detour, we tracked back into Texas to spend the weekend in Dallas. We started the weekend with a basketball game, watching the Dallas Mavericks at home to the Memphis Grizzlies. Our previous 2 ...

Will the plane ever get here?, Dallas, United States travel blog

Will the plane ever get here?

A travel blog entry by eebcentanni

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40+ members of of group are enroute to Paris, France.  The remainder is patiently waiting our turn to board a plane that is still in the hangar.  We are scheduled to arrive shortly before noon in Paris and are looking forward to a good night ...

Dreams, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dreams

A travel blog entry by trkunkel

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... known that the "home" looked like this...  we might never have made it to the altar in the first place. The plan: drive from Dallas, Texas to the southern tip of Chile in a beat-up little VW camper van. It doesn't have a motor in it just yet, but ...

Day 1: Transit at Dallas Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, United States travel blog

Day 1: Transit at Dallas Airport

A travel blog entry by mvanka

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... me a newspaper and some chips, which helped me through the rest of the journey, Special thanks to Jonathan. As we approached Dallas/Forthworth area our plane underwent heavy turbulence, and the journey was quite bumpy for a while, but no worries, we ...

Välilasku Dallasiin, Dallas, United States travel blog

Välilasku Dallasiin

A travel blog entry by arktinen_kettu

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Ja lentomatkailu jatkuu, tällä kertaa stopoverina Dallas. ...

Woe YEAH China Grove, Dallas, United States travel blog

Woe YEAH China Grove

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne

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... of 200 Texan defenders were killed. Santa Anna's cruelty during the battle inspired many Texans-both Texas settlers and adventurers from the United States-to join the Texan Army. Buoyed by a desire for revenge, the Texans defeated the Mexican Army at the ...

Travelling Home, Dallas Fort Worth, United States travel blog

Travelling Home

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

We can't believe we're actually heading home New Orleans to Dallas Fort Worth and then to London Heathrow All went according to schedule and we touched down in the UK at LHR at 07.46 on Sunday 25th October Very tiring trip but at least only 5hrs time ...

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