Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Greyhound Bus 5 - Good Times, Dallas - Nashville, United States travel blog

Greyhound Bus 5 - Good Times

A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler

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... even heard of or are too silly to think its an actually place. So my bus finally took off and i was in company with from Dallas called Mike, typically looking like a Redneck and truck driver stereotype. I am glad i had company we had a good crack so ...

10th day of unemployment...err 10th day of freedom, Dallas, United States travel blog

10th day of unemployment...err 10th day of freedom

A travel blog entry by no2bar

No job is great. Foosball DYPs pay the bills ...

Getting Ready, Dallas, United States travel blog

Getting Ready

A travel blog entry by traveling.girl

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Well in just 1 week we will be heading off for beautiful France. In the midst of the flurry to get ready for the vacation, house sitters, dog sitters, mail, pool, packing, cleaning I am trying to fit in learning how to blog so I can blog about all of ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by jlguzmanb

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Dallas to Nassau on Air Bahama, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas to Nassau on Air Bahama

A travel blog entry by mnish

Left Dallas at 7 am on a Delta flight to Atlanta. Changed to an Eastern airlines flight into Miami. There I boarded Air Bahama, which stopped in Bermuda and continued on to ...

Identity Crisis, Dallas, United States travel blog

Identity Crisis

A travel blog entry by lngarrison

... . (See Lonely Planet's guide book of Vietnam) I am not Viet Kieu, but I am a first generation American. I was born in the United States and I was raised on Guam. I do not know the harsh reality of growing up or ever having been to Vietnam or even ...

King Tut and Oasis, Dallas, United States travel blog

King Tut and Oasis

A travel blog entry by judiep

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We started the days with a nice relaxing breakfast of waffles prepared by Laura. Afternoon, we drove to downtown Dallas and got tickets for the King Tut exhibit. Unfortunately, the other parts of the museum were closed on Monday and we couldn't get into ...

Hope for Liberia Sponsorship Program, Dallas, United States travel blog

Hope for Liberia Sponsorship Program

A travel blog entry by janarupnow

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We are excited to announce the launch of Hope For Liberia! With your help this program will enhance the lives of the orphans we met in Liberia and enrich yours. Please consider helping one or more of these beautiful children with an annual ...

Almost took the bump, Dallas, United States travel blog

Almost took the bump

A travel blog entry by kimhollenshead

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As we're waiting at DFW for our flight to Madrid we heard an announcement overhead. "We're looking for passengers who might be interested in giving up their seat on this flight. In exchange you'll receive an $800 voucher, meals and overnight ...

Dallas to Peru, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas to Peru

A travel blog entry by aliciay98

Start of the trip in ...

First plane ride in the journey, Dallas, United States travel blog

First plane ride in the journey

A travel blog entry by newtontravels

the first part of our trip went smoothly, and with only a couple hour wait we were on our way. the flight was a little rough, with a decent amount of turbulence, but it was ...

Home!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Home!

A travel blog entry by mikejt05

We are back, probably sicker, a little lighter, but also seeing the world ...

Leaving Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Leaving Dallas

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

First time out of the states with my shiney new US passport...good news, it ...

Patiently waiting....., Dallas, United States travel blog

Patiently waiting.....

A travel blog entry by loganoliva

... up to the gate about an hour ago and it is just towering above the rest, apparently American knew they had 3 crazy animals aboard so they brought the biggest damn plane they have. Well that's all from Dallas, talk to you all soon, from across the ...

Vegas or Bust!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Vegas or Bust!

A travel blog entry by mimosa79

Vanessa and I are getting ready to head out...hit the road...make like a tree and ...

all the good stuff closes early, Dallas, United States travel blog

all the good stuff closes early

A travel blog entry by hibnerandross

We had really wanted to go to the aquarium here, but it closed at 5 pm and we didn't even get into the city until about 7. That was a big bummer. Hard Rock Cafe #3 of 10 ...

Much Needed Rest, Dallas, United States travel blog

Much Needed Rest

A travel blog entry by globalchild

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So yesterday was pretty hellish.   Spent all day in the airport since my flight was delayed something like 6 hours.    Today was chillout day. Spent it sleeping and watching movies, drawing. Realised I left my sketchbooks in the other ...

HAPPY (non-hungover) NEW YEAR!, Dallas, United States travel blog

HAPPY (non-hungover) NEW YEAR!

A travel blog entry by jetpie

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... hard to describe, it’s very green and well maintained! Here’s how they describe it themselves: “One of Dallas' most truly unique mainstays. Complete with Country Club, jogging paths, events, sports and other fun offerings, The Village ...

DFW, Dallas/Fort Worth, United States travel blog

DFW

A travel blog entry by jmdevine

DFW ...

And we're off!, Dallas, United States travel blog

And we're off!

A travel blog entry by lyndseyandkelly

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It's 10:00 pm, bags are packed. I'm watching a movie with a friend and Lyndsey is drinking a celebratory beer (I'm staying alchohol free 'till the antibiotics are done :) Tomorrow morning Lyndsey picks me up at 5:00 am (thanks Mrs. Butler!) and we're ...

The Big D!, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Big D!

A travel blog entry by mieismie

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... redneck bar we could find. We couldn’t believe there were no Texas, country, bbq, line dancing bars in the downtown Dallas! Only hip-hop clubs with youngins’ walking’ the streets. We walked the main party district of downtown until about ...

Kultur in Dallas, Dallas, USA travel blog

Kultur in Dallas

A travel blog entry by psyntsy

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Heute ist die Temperatur etwas angenehmer und der Wind hat nachgelassen. Auf dem Weg zum Floor Museum, das alles um das Attentat auf JFK zeigt, gibt es noch ein JFK Monument aus den 70' und die berühmte Markierung auf der Straße, wo er ...

Humanitarian Aid, Dallas, United States travel blog

Humanitarian Aid

A travel blog entry by janarupnow

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There are 69 children in the orphanage ages 3-17.  We are told that most of the children are 3-8 years old.   We will travel with extra suitcases to carry donations. The orphanage director requested blue socks and hair bows which have been ...

Out with a bang... literally., Dallas, United States travel blog

Out with a bang... literally.

A travel blog entry by 14hendersonk

Our next stop is Dallas, Texas! Were going to study the assassination of JFK. We are going to meet at Dealey Plaza at 12:30 p.m. Which is where and when JFK was assassinated. I find that kinda creepy! People keep talking about how Lee Harvey ...

Gotta love Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Gotta love Dallas

A travel blog entry by sailsapphire

Love the heat, the friendly folks, the cowboy boots and hats and the showy outfits. Everything is bigger in Texas, as they ...

I’m starting to feel like a local!, Dallas, United States travel blog

I’m starting to feel like a local!

A travel blog entry by jetpie

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I was driving (getting to this later) home from work yesterday (at 10 p.m. and with the radio really loud, duh.) when it hit me: I'm starting to feel like a local! I feel as though I’ve been here for ages and on the team as well, but it’s ...

Aug 29, 2012, Dallas, United States travel blog

Aug 29, 2012

A travel blog entry by rollie13

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The Airport: DFW, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Airport: DFW

A travel blog entry by nettiestravels

So this was only a stop over at the airport on the way home, on the new Qantas Dallas-Brisbane route. I was a bit worried what the airport was going to be like as nearly all of the airports in the US that I have been to are a bit dingy and boring.   ...

And they're off!!, Dallas, United States travel blog

And they're off!!

A travel blog entry by padrepam

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Rick drove Peggy, Jake and me to DFW. We checked in with no problems. I was in seat 42G, next to the last row near the loo. The movie was Charlotte Gray.  Not too wonderful! My earphones were defective. I had to hold the connection in. No sleep. I ...

On the Road, Dallas, United States travel blog

On the Road

A travel blog entry by asianpersuasion

... ;Goodbye New Orleans, I will miss you dearly. Today will be our lightest driving day of the journey. We only needed to get to Dallas because tomorrow that is where we will be shipping my car from. Anything to save a few bucks.  Today is also the only ...

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