Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Respect for the living letters, Dallas, United States travel blog

Respect for the living letters

A travel blog entry by jrutledge

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When our Indian exchange student Manu arrived last fall, he presented us with a book on the Hindu religion. It was a nice, large paperback with colorful artwork, written by a western-educated businessman who is also a respected Vedic scholar. We ...

First leg... Dallas, Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

First leg... Dallas, Texas

A travel blog entry by eskimo13

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Well, we made it to Dallas,Tx. via Houston from Nashville! Our flight was only delayed by about a half-hour. Unfortunately our luggage wasn't so lucky. None of our five bags arrived when we did in Dallas. We were never made sure whether they got hung up ...

26th July - Destination: Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

26th July - Destination: Dallas

A travel blog entry by harmer56

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... Everyone awoke surprisingly sprightly despite the late night last night. We hit the road just after 8 a.m. to make the journey to Dallas. There were no particularly interesting stops on the way (that I can remember at least) and we arrived in Dallas ...

Jock, JR, Sue Ellen and Me!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Jock, JR, Sue Ellen and Me!

A travel blog entry by jolawrence1

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... trip to Dallas in one month and unfortunately owing to the fact that the hotel that I stay in is actually some way out of Dallas, I didn't really have a chance to see much at all. I would have loved to have gone to the sixth floor museum to hear about ...

Wellington-Auckland-LA-Las Vegas-Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Wellington-Auckland-LA-Las Vegas-Dallas

A travel blog entry by alvrez

... everyone clapped when we landed. Very brown outside, brown everywhere. From the air Vegas looks bigger than Auckland. The flight on to Dallas was no problems and we landed about 6pm I think. We managed to get the hotel shuttle to the hotel and checked ...

Early Morning, Chili, Baseball and Late Niight, Dallas, United States travel blog

Early Morning, Chili, Baseball and Late Niight

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

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... , but not biggie. Game wasn't until 7:05 tonight. We landed at almost on time at DAL (Love Field) not DFW (Dallas - Ft.Worth International). If you've ever flown Southwest into Dallas, you know they fly into this rather small (comparatively) ...

Taking the fork to Southfork, Dallas, United States travel blog

Taking the fork to Southfork

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome

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... TINY! It doesn't look much bigger than most suburban houses. Either way, I was still excited. After passing through the Dallas souvenir shop, we bought tickets, walked through the Dallas museum and then boarded the tractor pulled tourist tram which drove ...

Back in the USA, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back in the USA

A travel blog entry by kdtravels

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Being back in the USA has been great! Wow- Everything's big in Texas! holy smokes. The first few days back have been a get things taken care of and adjust time zones. Some biking and swimming, church, hair, doc, dentist... the usual... Nothing too ...

Safe and sound- Back in Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Safe and sound- Back in Texas

A travel blog entry by kdtravels

So.. we made it back safe to Texas. This morning, we waited in the hotel lobby waiting for news to see if we'd be able to leave. Taxis weren't running but we caught a ride with an American who'd moved there, and some shuttles for a missionary group that ...

Day 2 - Part 1 - Stop Over, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 2 - Part 1 - Stop Over

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

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The stop over was brief. This is here to get a Map Pin. Mr. ...

Post Departure Information, Dallas, United States travel blog

Post Departure Information

A travel blog entry by bloomingnova

Hola! Only 3 more days until i leave for a semester in Sevilla, and i have lots of information about my accomodations. I will be living with a family in Sevilla while i'm studying. Family: Pilar de la Cerda Japon, wife, year of birth 1958, ...

How Big is Small?..... HUGE!!, Dallas, United States travel blog

How Big is Small?..... HUGE!!

A travel blog entry by bigjim

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... surprise in Colin County which was rated the richest county in Texas and is part of the 1% richest cities in the United States (with a population just over 250,000 people)! That's TWICE as many residents since 1990 when large corporations were ...

Dallas is the starting place, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas is the starting place

A travel blog entry by pugsly2002

Well - I just got back from a week in London and Paris. I showed up to work on a Wednesday. Thursday I was told I needed to go to Malaysia for 2 weeks. I left on ...

Dallas DFW -

Dallas DFW - "Bigger than Manhattan"

A travel blog entry by eadamson

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I'm on a crappy internet kiosk in Dallas Airport which is enormous and has like a neighborhood of shopping and stores in it. It's ridiculously large and futuristic and sterile. Just wanted to let you all know that I departed SF this AM at 6 (thanks for ...

Would you believe she named her airport Love?, Dallas, United States travel blog

Would you believe she named her airport Love?

A travel blog entry by bransi

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... our flight leaving in 10 minutes. Needless to say we didn't make it. American Airlines put us up at Hilton lake hotel in Dallas and also pd transportation and 3 meals. Great hotel so it actually worked out quite well. Then offered $2000 for a later ...

A day in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

A day in Dallas

A travel blog entry by ollyandhelen

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... . For lunch we visited Yo! Steakhouse where I enjoyed my first Texas steak complete with tasty chipotle dressing. Also in downtown Dallas we had a wander around the area and took some photos by the running of the bulls set of statues, before boarding ...

Our Wedding Day, Dallas, United States travel blog

Our Wedding Day

A travel blog entry by rbartorillo

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Dallas Airport, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Airport

A travel blog entry by sweetiebarbara

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Wow! This airport is lovely. We flew from San Antonio to Dallas, a fairly short flight in the great scheme of things, and had a fairly long layover. The seating was arranged in pods of six comfortable chairs in a horse shoe arrangement around a tv. All ...

Happy New Years - The Last Entry, Dallas, United States travel blog

Happy New Years - The Last Entry

A travel blog entry by trent

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New Years Eve in America...lots of fun. I started the night by having dinner with Tboy and Holly at their friend Justyne's apartment, who made a nice little fish dinner. After dinner, we went to a small party at their friend Jessica's place before I ...

A market in Texas - it has to be big!, Dallas/Fort worth, United States travel blog

A market in Texas - it has to be big!

A travel blog entry by malbet

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Well despite travelling north we now find ourselves in some pleasant weather at last; here we are in the Metroplex aca Dallas Fort Worth, a sprawling mass that joins Fort Worth with Dallas. We have found a great campsite that is actually in Arlington ...

Sallad, Dallas, United States travel blog

Sallad

A travel blog entry by rohdin

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... även den är brun. Vet inte riktigt vad det är med mig och brunt just nu. Tidigt nu på morgonen åkte vi vidare till Dallas, tyvärr blev det en liten kommunikation miss mellan oss och tomtom, dvs vår GPS. Vi råkade åka över Oklahoma, Jörgen satt ...

4 countries 5 days part 2, Dallas, United States travel blog

4 countries 5 days part 2

A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy

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... service and mega portions, so in the good ole U. S. of A. we could expect a fabulous HUGE steak dinner in Dallas, even on Valentines day, couldn't we?????  ........ Forget it!!!! Our lovely helpful receptionist at the Hotel Indigo recommended 'The ...

Beamer Escapes!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Beamer Escapes!

A travel blog entry by sheflysx

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5/14/12 – Today started at 8:30 AM when we left Baton Rough headed for Dallas, TX.  Knowing that there would be nothing of significance to see today, we set out to put a lot of miles behind us and so we did. We arrived in Dallas at 4 PM. The ...

Back home again, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back home again

A travel blog entry by pugsly2002

good to be ...

Step One, Dallas, United States travel blog

Step One

A travel blog entry by sunmoongoddess

A visit to Southwest Airlines ...

Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Texas

A travel blog entry by tomsmidlife

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... up at an Indian Casino (swear it wasn't my fault!). Much lighter in the wallet I left and made a speed record to Dallas. August 2 Some things I have to mention: I'm so outta touch just heard about Mel Gibson- I was a little confused, I thought ...

Liftoff, Dallas, United States travel blog

Liftoff

A travel blog entry by tdaspit

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Well here I go. The day has arrived and Im actually on my way back to Africa. My ability to sleep these past few days has been dramatically impaired by my nervous anticipation of this adventure. As the day of departure got closer I started to take ...

Dallas Big and Empty, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Big and Empty

A travel blog entry by johnandtheresa

Arrived in Dallas after a very long trip via LA. Stopped over for 2 nights and found it pretty difficult to find anything exciting to say about the place except its hot, 101 degrees. The place sems so empty and nothing was obvious or easy to find, perhaps ...

Dallas/Athens TX, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas/Athens TX

A travel blog entry by alvrez

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... 000 less than the retail price. I was happy, they were happy so we took some pics of it before heading back to Dallas. PHOTO_ID_L=p1000364_xlargex.jpg] We shook hands on the price and started to head back to Dallas. On the way, ...

Up Up and Away, Dallas, United States travel blog

Up Up and Away

A travel blog entry by jtpharr

Well as suspected the time at home has flown. It has been great to see all of my family and friends and I actually got to see and do pretty much all I wanted to do while I was here. Now its time to head out. My flight leaves in 12 hours. I havent ...

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