Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Dallas stopover, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas stopover

A travel blog entry by finrod3791

Dallas ...

Day 2 Dallas sightseeing, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 2 Dallas sightseeing

A travel blog entry by colindaines

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... historic west end we began the hot walk back via a couple of stops including the Marcus Niemans dept store (much like DJ's). Dallas is unlike our cities in that no shopping arcades are evident, - there are lots of eaterys, blocks of buildings, ...

Departure day!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Departure day!

A travel blog entry by tehanintanzania

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We are about to head to DFW for our 3:30 flight to Amsterdam and then on to Tanzania! It's gonna be a long 24 hours of traveling, but we are ready!!! We started taking our Malaria pills ...

the first flight, Dallas, United States travel blog

the first flight

A travel blog entry by smcollins

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I'm sitting here in the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, just got off my first flight. It was totally under-booked, and i had both seats in my row to myself (you better bet I sat sideways, with my macbook on the other tray-table, watching movies the whole ...

Back to the States, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back to the States

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

... in somewhat of a haze. On my drive from the airport, after noticing 2 new high-rises that had appeared in the prosperous Dallas skyline since I had been gone, my initial thought was what if Gloria (the Quechua lady from the island on Lake Titicaca who ...

Getting ready, Dallas, United States travel blog

Getting ready

A travel blog entry by chaskemp

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... Houston called me summer 2005, except she left off the Mr. part) ... until we're sitting in the DFW airport - still in Dallas, but already totally gone ... until we're on that big 747 headed across the Pacific, walking around the cabin, checking out the ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by bijoux71

... a pilot, who was very friendly, and we chatted almost the entire trip.  Even with the delay, I still had 1.5 hours in Dallas, so I wasn't runshed when we arrived, which was nice.  It was humorous to watch this short guy with pleated khakis and ...

Depart on the Great Adventure, Dallas, United States travel blog

Depart on the Great Adventure

A travel blog entry by bradthebard

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... Berlin at 12:00pm on flight LH178.  9hr 40 min flight to Frankfurt was smooth except over North Carolina. The plane left Dallas, following I-30 East over Lake Ray Hubbard, Texarkana, Memphis, Nashville, then we turned a little to the North and got ...

Big D, Dallas, United States travel blog

Big D

A travel blog entry by wesb

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at least got some family time out of ...

Another Brief Stop in the U.S., Dallas, United States travel blog

Another Brief Stop in the U.S.

A travel blog entry by kimthevagabond

Back to the U.S. and time to figure out what to do next! I know what I won't do....stay very long in Dallas! (No offense Mom and ...

The most famos window in the US, Dallas, United States travel blog

The most famos window in the US

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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... is no memorial tablet or anything in the area that would officially remind of that day. Heute sind wir in Dallas angekommen. Dallas ist eine sehr moderne Stadt mit einer guten Wirtschaftskraft.Man sieht hier nicht viel von der Wirtschaftskrise der USA. ...

Traveling Frequently Asked Questions and Answers, Dallas, United States travel blog

Traveling Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

A travel blog entry by laytonandjana

Well, we have been home for a few months... many people have asked us some great, thoughtful, interesting questions. We have both enjoyed getting to share some of the answers to those inquiries. We have TRIED to get some of them down in writing to ...

Danish, Dooky...oh yeah and Teen Wolf, Dallas, United States travel blog

Danish, Dooky...oh yeah and Teen Wolf

A travel blog entry by abigayle_p

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... I have enough outfits? Was it a good decision to pack that pair of tight jeans? My hands were shaking as I approached the gate in Dallas to board for San Jose. So…I did the only thing I thought logical…I purchased a big a** cheese danish at Au ...

DALLAS DESTINY, Dallas, United States travel blog

DALLAS DESTINY

A travel blog entry by aldreamsbig

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... . My experience is you can try to stop people for directions but you might not get the answer your looking for.  In Dallas the people I encountered were friendly and helpful. I was suppose to hook up with another CS (CouchSurf) host but things did ...

Dallas. 'Nuf said., Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas. 'Nuf said.

A travel blog entry by marijka

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... drive 1/4 mile from my hotel to a restaurant because I knew I'd get run over crossing 4 lanes of traffic if I walked. (7) Dallas stinks. Literally.   But...   (1) Dallas has an amazing arts district. (2) Dallas has a peculiar, funky street ...

Mary Kay Retreat & Training, Dallas, United States travel blog

Mary Kay Retreat & Training

A travel blog entry by psunstrom

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... for her.  I couldn't ask for a better team leader than this woman. Flea market going out of business on the way up to Dallas, put me an hour behind but worth it.  Picked up a chest on chest dresser and 4 chairs to reupholster that I will pick ...

Dallas, Ye haa!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas, Ye haa!

A travel blog entry by beaky

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... Fort Worth, about 35 miles away. So we got up and set off in the car. Unbelievably they are building more roads in Dallas. They have obviously found a few metres of land with no road so are tarmacing them with great enthusiasm. The result for us was lots ...

Adventures in Dallas Part 2: Stranded, Dallas, United States travel blog

Adventures in Dallas Part 2: Stranded

A travel blog entry by johnathon

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... find when traveling on the greyhound. After Snuffer's I got on the city bus from Addison, to the greyhound station in downtown Dallas. I might add that I made it all this way on $1.50! Addison to Dallas by bus for only $1.50. Wow! In retrospect ...

Back in the U.S., Dallas, United States travel blog

Back in the U.S.

A travel blog entry by thechans

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3/2 Dallas, TX Miles travelled: 53804 Our South American excursion is over. We're back in the U.S. after a long 10-hr flight from Rio. It's been a great combination of beautiful scenery, mountains, lakes, and waterfalls, as well as the ...

Adios Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Adios Texas

A travel blog entry by trent

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... showed their true feelings. We partied and talked and chilled and just enjoyed the time together. After the great weekend, I went back to Dallas for my flight to LA, where I decided to stop for a few days to see some old college friends before flying ...

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

And we're off!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by stacimcg

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A bit of wisdom I've recently learned: the only thing more challenging than packing for a cooler temperature climate when it's 100+ degrees outside, is trying to find a raincoat in a town suffering a severe drought. And leaving both of those tasks until ...

Day 4, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by oldsalty

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... I sang a quick tune for the folks there. I quickly headed back to the landship in search of my destination and headed towards Dallas. I was navigating the plains of Arkansas, when a sudden squaw caught me, and I jumped to action. With both hands on the ...

Howdy Y'all, Dallas, United States travel blog

Howdy Y'all

A travel blog entry by cam.p.h.white

Just a short one, Before I arrived in Albuquerque, I stopped off in Dallas, Texas. This was just so I could catch the connection flight into New Mexico. By this time I was very excited to get started on the activities in New Mexico and meeting my host ...

Day 24&25, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 24&25

A travel blog entry by allante

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... same old.  Four lane divided, trucks, and cruise control at 80+. Got to the big D about 2PM and stopped at the Dallas Arboretum.  Cost of entry including parking was $40. with the temperature some where over 80 and very sunny.  We deferred ...

Were almost home, Dallas, United States travel blog

Were almost home

A travel blog entry by revdennis

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Well, We will be home tomorrow. Yeh.  Megan, Emma, Madailein, Abigail, and baby to be named, I can't wait to see you all tomorrow.  For any one still reading this, we will be at the church at 11 am or so.  Please, do not come to the ...

The Grand Canyon, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by michael.bell

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 In order to get to flagstaff we were forced to awaken at an ungodly hour to take another Greyhound bus from Las Vegas. Given the importantce of The Greyhound staff I felt that I should wear a shirt and tie in order to make a good impression. I ...

Pre-Packing, Dallas, United States travel blog

Pre-Packing

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

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Good news: Everyone at the office chipped in and purchased a canera for me. It's a Samsung Digimax S500. So far, I really like it. Simple and easy to use with some cool features like tone selection and a double timer so you can jump into the picture. I ...

Dallas Days, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Days

A travel blog entry by sarahemma

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... I got to Dallas I started applying for cart girl or bar jobs and got an offer almost immediately from Royal Oak, a posh course in Dallas. However, they wanted me to run the kids cub and I cant say I enjoy working with kids THAT much so i turned them ...

DFW, Dallas, United States travel blog

DFW

A travel blog entry by moharv

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Ok, they caught up to us...  It's officially become a "family" vacation.  These kids are cute!  Darn, that E.  How come he can sleep anywhere with loads of noise going on around ...

Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Texas

A travel blog entry by jenn_and_dave

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... in anticipation of Betty's arrival from Boca Raton, Florida. This was her second trip out to meet us somewhere in the United States. A new town with another guest made the visit all the more exciting. Thursday - We picked up Betty from the airport ...

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