Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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, ...

Day Nineteen, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day Nineteen

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

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My cousin and I went to the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth today which was well worth the visit. Unfortunately, they don't allow cameras inside or I would share some photos of this very impressive facility. It's definitely worth a ...

Dallas with Luggage!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas with Luggage!

A travel blog entry by the_tardifs

April 18 - Dallas Today's connection in Dallas would be tight. We only had enough time to get off the plane, make the connection to another concourse level by using the SkyTrain, and walk up to our gate. Boarding had already commenced. We both looked ...

Back and to the left, Dallas, United States travel blog

Back and to the left

A travel blog entry by alasdairnicola

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... the show either but she managed to keep quiet. Laura - If you would be so kind as to add the rude lyrics to the Dallas theme to the comments section we would be very grateful. WeŽll let the pictures speak for themselves.... Oh yes, we went to ...

Dallas arrival, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas arrival

A travel blog entry by timscott23

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... still be finding out way to our motel.  We had a local style texas mexican meal and are ready for an early night. Dallas is on our itinerary only because Berenice's old room mate from Woodstock School in India, Jaina, and her husband Raghu, live ...

Dallas Art Sculpture Assassination and ribs, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Art Sculpture Assassination and ribs

A travel blog entry by timscott23

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...  The blog photos show us variously at the Museum of Art, the Crow Collection and the Nasher Sculpture Museum. We used Dallas' DASH trolley to get around from place to place and the old tram to see around a bit - during its restoration ...

Dallas shopping and BBQ, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas shopping and BBQ

A travel blog entry by timscott23

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When we last saw Jaina in Newcastle, she told Eliza about a huge shopping complex in Dallas that had an ice skating rink in the bottom where she would take her shopping.  It's called Galleria and it was our destination today.  On the way, ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by gielenopreis

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inmiddels al weer 4 weken onderweg en ben nu in ...

Day Twenty, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day Twenty

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

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... not be anybody left in Michigan or Ohio. They are all in Dallas and Houston and they all drive monster SUVs. I really enjoyed Dallas when I lived here because of the unique character and spirit of the city but it too seems to have been sucked into the ...

I'm really doing it...  , Dallas, United States travel blog

I'm really doing it...

A travel blog entry by katywade

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My first entry from "the road", using a FREE internet kiosk in the airport. Right here in the airport, for free if you can believe it. This reaffirms my stance that I to fly, but love airports.  So anyhow, I'm off to G'mala. The reason ...

Leaving Las Vegas, flight to Dallas & goodbye USA!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Leaving Las Vegas, flight to Dallas & goodbye USA!

A travel blog entry by nikandads2008

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blurb and pics to ...

God Bless Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

God Bless Texas

A travel blog entry by millarmotortour

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... my AC vent fan died - I think I will be next.... The landscape is green trees brown golf course and rolling hills with cattle. Dallas by nightfall. I went to the 2 hr weekly rodeo in Mesquite - pretty good, same as at home. Bull Busting, Barrels and ...

Lost Luggage and Breakfast in Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Lost Luggage and Breakfast in Dallas

A travel blog entry by the_tardifs

... in Dallas was a brief encounter with an immigration officer today. The US immigration form asks passengers arriving in the United States how many countries you have visited prior to your arrival in the United States. The form provides enough space to ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by bradham5

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We arrive in Dallas New Years Eve and spend it with Steve's brother, Mitch. We shop and get really to go to the Cotton Bowl Game tomorrow morning. The game is not until 1-2-06, but half the fun is the tailgating. We arrive at the perfect time, park the ...

Dallas Airport, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas Airport

A travel blog entry by joelle

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Our flight from Dallas to Tokyo was 13 hours...13 very, very long hours! We were in the very last row (45 in coach), right next to the bathroom of course. I was squeezed between CJ and 2 Japanese fellows who ate their way through several bags of beef ...

Packing list #1: Clothes, Dallas, United States travel blog

Packing list #1: Clothes

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

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The Space Saver bags are going back to Wal-Mart. Ziplock bags are the alternative. Mainly for keeping mold out, apparently. I've gone through my clothes again and again. Here's the final list (as of today): Work sleeveless tops: 6 Sport polos: ...

Day 14 - Introduction to Texan Hospitality, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 14 - Introduction to Texan Hospitality

A travel blog entry by vcfighters

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Day 14 I ended up putting my jacket on me for some warmth as I left the moonroof in the "tilt" position to get myself some air during the sleep. It got cold. At first it was just my jacket on me. Then, I got my sweatshirt out, put it on and laid the ...

Dallas, Texas Day 1 & 2, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas, Texas Day 1 & 2

A travel blog entry by walkerusa

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We have had issues with the Internet in our room, so I'm down in the hotel business centre tapping away on the keyboard following up on the emails i have received asking for more blogs & photo's.... I've just buzzed Matt in the room to bring the ...

dallas fort worth, Dallas, United States travel blog

dallas fort worth

A travel blog entry by ireneandjason

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Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by cath_rich_rtw06

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... a half pound burger... Customs is a breeze, frankly it's harder to get into pair of jeans. So time to spare in Dallas, unfortunately its raining and so we indulge ourselves in a day of retail therapy. Rich buys loads of clothes and a laptop whilst ...

O'Shannessey, Texas Ranger, Dallas, United States travel blog

O'Shannessey, Texas Ranger

A travel blog entry by jamesalex

... problem was, there were no flights left from Santiago to Sydney.  Our alternative route cut through George Bush territory: Santiago to Dallas to Los Angeles to Sydney to Melbourne to Hobart.  All to be home for Christmas, which was the sort of ...

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