Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Dallas is Gorgeous!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas is Gorgeous!

A travel blog entry by jen.greening

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When we were flying over Dallas, I could see a million small bodies of water and green, green, green! I had no idea Texas was so lush! I guess I should have paid more attention to the scenery in the show. Now I'm really excited to see what the lone ...

Dallas, Dallas, USA travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by sandrarebecca

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... . "Huuuuuh?" Kanske ni tänker nu. Men det är inget mindre än ranchen de har och nu återigen spelar in serien Dallas! Vi vandrade runt, fotograferade och fick berättat en hel del för oss på en guidad tur. Vi åt lunch ...

dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

dallas

A travel blog entry by nyomba

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Dallas Texas, DALLAS, United States travel blog

Dallas Texas

A travel blog entry by jordan.born

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Bye Rembrandt!  Chase...Don't burn the house down!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Bye Rembrandt! Chase...Don't burn the house down!

A travel blog entry by paulvangorp

Not much to say......WE ARE OUTTA HERE!!!! ...

Saddle up for the Mesquite Rodeo, Dallas, United States travel blog

Saddle up for the Mesquite Rodeo

A travel blog entry by michelleontour

... kids and launched rolled up napkins at each other. Then we went for cocktails up the Reunion Tower, the tallest tower in Dallas shaped like a microphone. Went to Texas Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys.  Had a tour around the stadium including ...

Fun Friday, Dallas, United States travel blog

Fun Friday

A travel blog entry by jmatczak

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Friday was our last full day here. Kate and I decided to get massages at the Mandara Spa at our resort. Each of us had 10 am appointments for a 50-minute Balionese massage. We thought it was funny that we were referred to as "Mr and Mrs Green." I think ...

Wake up in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Wake up in Dallas

A travel blog entry by mcjose

Oh boy, the flight was bumped up. I had to hurry up and scram in the AM to get up and out. I had two wake up calls in addition to the alarm. Wow! No pic.... no, no, ...

Death in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Death in Dallas

A travel blog entry by leavekat

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... to no end.  Up the street, a little further, on the corner of Houston and Main Streets is the Old Red Museum of Dallas Country History and Culture.  One block back on Market Street is the JFK Memorial - a nice space but that is all there is to ...

a week with Mom, Dallas, United States travel blog

a week with Mom

A travel blog entry by ocotillostb

We have spent a week parked outside Mom's lodge in Plano.  It works quite well to park there and spend time with her.  Went shopping at Costco to load up the rv.  Ready to head for the Grand ...

Adios Amigos, Dallas, United States travel blog

Adios Amigos

A travel blog entry by adriancane

... I hope to be many more emails that detail my upcoming trip to Argentina. I depart tomorrow evening (Sun July 30th) from Dallas, and fly straight into Buenos Aires. I wanted to send everyone my contact information in case you have the inkling to ...

On to Dallas!, Dallas, United States travel blog

On to Dallas!

A travel blog entry by princessgrace

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... 8230;. I hate it when people do that. Finally we got on the road.  Today we are heading for Frisco, Texas (which is near Dallas). We will be staying there with my Aunty's sister's family, we were meant to get there by midday for lunch, but ended up ...

Dallas Day 2, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Day 2

A travel blog entry by em_gruzin

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... called Spiral Diner and bakery! I had a delicious wrap and a lemon cupcake for my dessert. Our next stop was Reunion Tower in Dallas! The drive over there was cool because on the way we passed Arlington which is where six flags over Texas theme park is... ...

No More Waiting, Dallas, United States travel blog

No More Waiting

A travel blog entry by traveling_light

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... moment, LOL.) I started the day doing my monthly weigh in before I headed to the airport, dealt with the challenges of Dallas traffic and took off. I had cashed in some miles and flew first class...so lovely to have outlets for electronics, no need to ...

Dealey Plaza, JFK and tonite the Mavs, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dealey Plaza, JFK and tonite the Mavs

A travel blog entry by c895868

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... Sue about Buffalo Wild Wings!! We passed on dinner today. Tonight we headed down to the American Airlines Centre to see the Dallas Mavericks play the Golden State Warriors. I was interested to see how 7ft tall Aussie, Andrew Bogut performed in the ...

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION Treatments, Dallas, United States travel blog

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION Treatments

A travel blog entry by potato4body

The advantage to get Seo Treatments and also the dissimilar equipment that educate you on to understand Seo Solutions now. Keyword-research is a superb application to determine Search engine marketing Solutions and the moment second-hand appropriately ...

Actually Relaxing, Dallas, United States travel blog

Actually Relaxing

A travel blog entry by joeld

You'd think after all these vacations that I wouldn't need any time to unwind.  Well to be honest I was quite content to sit on a couch in front of a TV and have nothing to do and no place to go.  That all came to an abrupt end early on a ...

Leaving On A Jet Plane..., Dallas, United States travel blog

Leaving On A Jet Plane...

A travel blog entry by sa.morley12

... since I last rode on a plane and I have never been overseas anywhere before. However, as soon as I got there to the Dallas International Airport, I was instantly calmed (of course, this is after security yelled at me for forgetting to take my phone from ...

Its time to leave, Dallas, United States travel blog

Its time to leave

A travel blog entry by denise21

The day is finally here. I'm at the airport waiting on my flight to Paris. It's an overnight flight and my fingers are crossed that my Ambien and Snuggie provide for several hours of sleep. Once I arrive my host family will pick me up for the 2-3 hour ...

Greyhound Bus 4 - Half Way There, San Antonio - Dallas, United States travel blog

Greyhound Bus 4 - Half Way There

A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler

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... and noted that every person traveling on Greyhound had a story to tell, a story that was interesting, life enduring. After 5 hours Dallas was in my sights as i came of the bus i was instantly hit with people asking for cigarettes (ultimately, you can be ...

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 ...

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