Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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Let's start at the very beginning., Dallas, United States travel blog

Let's start at the very beginning.

A travel blog entry by markturner

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... first flight to Sydney was smooth and our connection easy done in under an hour. The 747 we got into next headed straight to Dallas was a beast. Incredibly smooth most of the way until we hit some heavy turbulence about 8 hours in. Holly didn’t cope ...

Thankyou Chuck Norris, Dallas, United States travel blog

Thankyou Chuck Norris

A travel blog entry by bharden

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... hours at dallas for the next one. They never announced it and i missed that too. So i thought stuff it I will just see Dallas for the day and catch another overnighter tonight to Memphis. You think it would be hot in Texas. Its not. Theres not really ...

On our way, Dallas, United States travel blog

On our way

A travel blog entry by staringbongos

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And we're off! We arrived at Seatac airport at 4:45am after a restless night. We landed in Dallas midday and immediately hopped in a rental car and went to see Star Wars - something we hadn't been able to fit in earlier due to all of our trip prep ...

Day 3  - Just transferring through Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 3 - Just transferring through Dallas

A travel blog entry by lasthours

Come back to ...

Heading South, Dallas, United States travel blog

Heading South

A travel blog entry by shaunb

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... gate, doubtful that it will find its way to the immigration authorities.  No doubt I'll find out the next time I travel into the States. At 10.30pm I'm finally on my way to Santiago. As I fly south I wonder how far Kathy has got but I won't be ...

Icees, Dallas, United States travel blog

Icees

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

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Okay, so it's hot outside and it's perfect sno-cone weather. Actually, I highly recommend New York Italian Ices off of University right next to the Whataburger. I'm starting wonder just what I'm getting myself into. Even steamier weather, apparently. As ...

Back to Dallas for transit to California, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back to Dallas for transit to California

A travel blog entry by tsargood

What a nightmare... After the lengthy 6 and a half hour bus ride back to Dallas we have to get out to the airport hotel at which we have made a reservation. Everything that could go wrong, went wrong.... First there are no taxis when we arrive at the ...

The day has arrived!, Dallas, United States travel blog

The day has arrived!

A travel blog entry by bilieva

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Finally, the date has arrived! I am leaving for my great journey. Check the photos from Dallas airport - I do look like a world traveler. Flight is on time, lots of goodbyes. I feel very excited and finally it downs on me that I will not be seeing Dallas ...

Random Items And Facts From Our Adventure, Dallas, United States travel blog

Random Items And Facts From Our Adventure

A travel blog entry by laytonandjana

Random Items Countries Visited - 30 South America - Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina Oceania - New Zealand, Australia Asia - India, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Mongolia, Russia Europe - Latvia, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, ...

JFK, Dallas, United States travel blog

JFK

A travel blog entry by ironhide502

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... on time to that day. Walter Cronkite is on a small television in the corner announcing to the world that the President of the United States had died, he has tears in his eyes and is upset. 6 years later I have seen similar vision of Walter Cronkite again ...

Arrival to the States via Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Arrival to the States via Dallas

A travel blog entry by davidaf

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... the middle of the flight, it still felt like it took forever.  It felt great when we finally landed. Once arrving in Dallas we swapped back all the things we were carrying for each other in our bags and went through customs.  Things came ...

Booked ticket, Dallas, United States travel blog

Booked ticket

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

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I booked my ticket to Arlington, VA through SATO travel, the PC travel agency. What I learned today: Arlington is "just across the river" from DC. So I AM going to DC after all. My flight is for Monday, June 26 to whatever airport is around ...

Day Twenty-One, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day Twenty-One

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

... there. I found a suitable substitute at Fincher's White Front across the street for $42.95. If you make it to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and only have a day, spend it at the Fort Worth Stockyards. There are a couple of dozen restaurants featuring ...

I'll miss you Dallas!, Dallas, United States travel blog

I'll miss you Dallas!

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

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... humid in Dallas lately. I keep telling myself that it's training for Costa Rican humidity, which is probably more soupy than Dallas can ever imagine being. Please keep sending me emails and leaving messages! You don't know how much I enjoy it- even ...

The trip home: leg 3, Dallas, United States travel blog

The trip home: leg 3

A travel blog entry by jknoff22

Oh my God, I just wanna get home already!!! I think I lost a half dozen more thai kids between here and san francisco, but I gained a japanese kid, a mexican grandma and a hot italian girl's phone number, so I'm gonna call it even. I haven't slept for ...

THE PLAN - At least for now..., Dallas, United States travel blog

THE PLAN - At least for now...

A travel blog entry by laytonandjana

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... trip, check out our FAQ Entry and Random Items and Facts Entry! Today, Layton and Jana are in..... The good ol United States of America!! It's good to be home!!! Layton and Jana have recently visited: Happy, Texas Las Cruces, New Mexico ...

Houston and Dallas., Dallas, United States travel blog

Houston and Dallas.

A travel blog entry by dani.bora

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I was in Dallas, but saw nothing apart from the Greyhound station. Here I had shrimp pot noodles, smoked a cigarette and waited fo my bus to leave. Cool, ...

1st Flight done.  Do you know the way to San Jose?, Dallas, United States travel blog

1st Flight done. Do you know the way to San Jose?

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys

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... sleep.  There was some snoring going on in our room last night so I don't think I actually slept.  We are in the Dallas / Fortworth Airport right now awaiting our flight to San Jose, Costa Rica.  Nice air port.  We had lunch, took the ...

Day 1 - Arrive in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 1 - Arrive in Dallas

A travel blog entry by coldunn

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... - a couple of glasses of bubbly to celebrate the start of the trip. One selfie on the plane Well 151/2 hours later - arrived at Dallas/FortWorth airport and was met by John Lawson from Maverick HD who had a special sign made up to greet me (see it on the ...

Dallas, Texas, United States Of America !!!!!!!!!!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas, Texas, United States Of America !!!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by adeline

We flew into Dallas/Fortworth today at about 1pm and "played" with the touch screen hotel bookings until we found what we thought was a good bargain.... $55 (free internet in the room, breakfast and shuttle service) BUT...not so good.... this was pre tax ...

Is this Chicago?, Dallas, United States travel blog

Is this Chicago?

A travel blog entry by maryfahey

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... the same rigmarole when I transit through Miami on the way to Lima, so I've already rebooked my flights to have an extra 2 hours there to deal with this stuff. Missing flights in the States is one thing, but there ain't flights to Peru every two ...

Extensive Packing Inventory, Dallas, United States travel blog

Extensive Packing Inventory

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

I know, I know, it's a lot of stuff. It's hard to know what to bring to a place you've never been, especially for two years! I don't think I'll add anything else. Perhaps leave a couple bottles of sunscreen behind... This is a very extensive list. So ...

The Original Nightmare On Elm Street, Dallas, United States travel blog

The Original Nightmare On Elm Street

A travel blog entry by philippajane86

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... of shoulder pads and sequins when referring to it. I have to say that I didn't see a single sparkle during my day in Dallas, not one.  I did see some sparkling water though, in the form of the many water features the city boasts, but they came ...

From Greyhound Buses To Porsches, Dallas, United States travel blog

From Greyhound Buses To Porsches

A travel blog entry by philippajane86

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... 8217;t an express bus in any way, shape, or form, and that we’d be making every stop possible between Houston and Dallas, making me especially glad of my ability to sleep on demand. In between my naps I was treated to the intellectual ramblings of ...

Dallas by name and nature, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas by name and nature

A travel blog entry by jamee

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... those of you old enough to remember) was also the setting for a long standing  70's -  90's sitcom - imaginatively titled Dallas. I can see where the plot came from as there are so many oil pumps here. Interestingly there are clearly areas where ...

I love it when a plan comes together, Dallas, United States travel blog

I love it when a plan comes together

A travel blog entry by bcc8

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Finally, after a great deal of preparation, departure day (December 28th)  is almost here!  In short I'll be hitting a bit of Africa, then India and lots of Asia over the course of 6 months or so. It's been pretty hectic trying to ...

Who shot JR?, Dallas, United States travel blog

Who shot JR?

A travel blog entry by adeline

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Early departure for Dallas where we extend usage of our car and stop off down town Dallas at the site where JFK was assinated. We saw the memorials, the scene of his shooting and the building from which he was shot. On return to the parking lot we ...

Day Eighteen, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day Eighteen

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

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Kudzu and I finally made it to my cousin's house in Dallas around 2:30 in the afternoon. What we had originally thought would be a three or four hour trip ended up taking around seven hours total thanks to traffic, rain, and wrecks. I have also discovered ...

LA to New Orleans Contiki, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Dallas, Memphis, United States travel blog

LA to New Orleans Contiki

A travel blog entry by 2460matt

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... half buried, covered in spray paint. It was some Taxan's form of art so we added our own touch to the graffiti. In Dallas we visited the massive billion dollar Dallas cowboys stadium and we also we to the sixth floor museum where we learnt about the life ...

Facts, Dallas, United States travel blog

Facts

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

Departure Date #1: 6/26/2006, en route to Washington, DC Departure Date #2: 6/28/2006, to the real thing Program: Micro-Enterprise Development Job Title: Micro-Enterprise Advisor (fancy) Dates of Service: September 14, 2006 through September 13, ...

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