Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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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 ...

"One More Town and I'll Be Going" kingston trio

A travel blog entry by lin23

... in my own house!!!” I booked a bargain flight and you get what you pay for!!! My route home to Alaska proved to be the "scenic route". Two more airports than I was ready for. I flew from Dallas to Memphis, Memphis to St. Paul, St. Paul to ...

Garland, Dallas, United States travel blog

Garland

A travel blog entry by jt_10s

dallas ...

DEPARTURE, Dallas, United States travel blog

DEPARTURE

A travel blog entry by travelomalls

Agitated, anxious and jumpy. Many men felt this and worse when they set off across an angry sea one morning three score and ten years ago. They won, and we need to make worthy their sacrifice. Sitting here among the swanky, hip and known, all off to do ...

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

And we're off!!

A travel blog entry by padrepam

We will have looked forward to this day for almost a year!   We will spend the whole day (and night)  traveling....DFW to Miami to Paris. Why is it that whenever we travel, hurricanes pop up in or near our path??? Hurricane Earl is headed up ...

The Last Mile, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Last Mile

A travel blog entry by forsterb

... and put them in my checked luggage.   With a little bit of fog it seems everything is still on time so we should be in Dallas/Fort Worth about 12:00ish with the time change. It's been a good trip and we're looking forward to getting home. ...

In transit, Dallas, United States travel blog

In transit

A travel blog entry by john_tillett

... immigration (many thanks to Tim who had already set us up). Arriving in the US was funny. The Texan Immigration Officer in Dallas, the first American we spoke to, asked whether we were aware of the impending celebration the country was about to celebrate? ...

College Move in day, Dallas, United States travel blog

College Move in day

A travel blog entry by ginnyq2

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Day two of my trip was fun.   MaryGrace was all packed up and ready to move into her new apartment at TCU.  We had three cars packed to the gills.   But the move went very smooth eventho it was about 104 degrees ...

The Long-awaited Journey Begins, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Long-awaited Journey Begins

A travel blog entry by gisworqer

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... sitting in the terminal watching our plane being prepped for the overnight flight to Frankfurt. We're thankful for beautiful weather here in Dallas and are hoping for the same when we land. We're so excited and look forward to you following along with ...

Stopover on the way to Guatemala, Dallas, United States travel blog

Stopover on the way to Guatemala

A travel blog entry by kevf11969

Stopover ...

My first introduction to the states., Dallas, United States travel blog

My first introduction to the states.

A travel blog entry by mortalsphere

I'm 3 yrs. old and my family has moved back to the ...

I should really be taking care of other more press, Dallas, United States travel blog

I should really be taking care of other more press

A travel blog entry by cyrena

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Testing one two three ...

Missing flights..., Dallas, United States travel blog

Missing flights...

A travel blog entry by adowning

After an extremely long customs line in Dallas and a sprinting attempt through the airport we missed our flight to Boston. Luckily, picked up two seats on the next flight at 5:40! ...

Ticket has been bought, and we are on our way!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Ticket has been bought, and we are on our way!

A travel blog entry by lazybeacher

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... January 25.  Today I did errands for Jane and some for another client.  I keep looking at our gloomy weather here in Dallas and think about how pretty and sunny it will be in Guatemala.  Cold here so early is very unusual.  It is hard ...

Half of my Heart, Dallas, United States travel blog

Half of my Heart

A travel blog entry by emilystrickland

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TAKE ME BACK TO PARIS! I'm sitting in the Dallas airport waiting for my connection to Kansas City, and I’m feeling pretty depressed. I just said good-bye to my last friend on my trip (we had the same flight from Paris to Dallas), so now I feel like ...

We're heading for the shores of the..., Dallas, United States travel blog

We're heading for the shores of the...

A travel blog entry by cloudtravel

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... a taste of city life tonight We've got to get away We're heading for the shores Of the... U.S.A! U.S.A! Approaching Dallas, we circled around for a bit before given the all clear for final approach to DFW. The stewardesses were ...

Ryan & Tamara Do Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Ryan & Tamara Do Dallas

A travel blog entry by winnking

Arrived in Dallas around 8pm, Walmart across the road shopped there for almost 3 hours AH-MAZ-ING everything is so cheap.  Had Whataburger for dinner which was an awesome feed. ...

Scarlet, Dallas, United States travel blog

Scarlet

A travel blog entry by linckaup

I listen to Scarlet scream every day.  Maybe I should take her to Europe with me and drop her off in a Parisian ...

Day 1 - And they're off!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 1 - And they're off!

A travel blog entry by kiwiholly

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... somewhere up near my throat, at that moment it, seemed like the hugest, most foreign country I’d ever seen. Landing in Dallas I couldn’t begin to comprehend the massive jungle of concrete roads crossing over each other like a game of pick up ...

Getting Ready for Guatemala, Dallas, United States travel blog

Getting Ready for Guatemala

A travel blog entry by lazybeacher

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I am so lucky to have a husband who will let me go away for 90 days with my friend Jane.  The three of us  met for lunch over the weekend and both of us Girls are really excited about going.  It will be nice to leave family, home, work ...

Ankunft in Dallas, Dallas, USA travel blog

Ankunft in Dallas

A travel blog entry by psyntsy

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... Service zum Einschlafen. Wir gehen erst mal raus in die Sonne und laufen die Straße runter in Richtung Historic District. Dallas wirkt sehr aufgeräumt und leer. Ein kleiner Park ist schon das Highlight und auch der historische Teil musste wohl ...

Day 19, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 19

A travel blog entry by hannahinusa

We left Dallas this morning and made our way to Amarillo, we spent most of the day on the coach but that was ok, I'm kinda use to it now. When we got into Amarillo our hotel was so cute, it was called the big Texan and it had a massive cow out the front, ...

Face Off!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Face Off!

A travel blog entry by lngarrison

This is it! Today I leave to Vietnam with a stop over in Tokyo, Japan. The flight from Dallas to Tokyo is 13 hours and 30 minutes. The flight from Tokyo to Ho Chi Minh City is about 6 hours and 30 minutes. My face still looks like a baby butt with a ...

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