Travel Blogs from Dallas, United States

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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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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 ...

Via Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Via Dallas

A travel blog entry by martin84

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Now to the Lone Star state, Dallas, United States travel blog

Now to the Lone Star state

A travel blog entry by petkatravels

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April 16 Return The Good Guy and head to Dallas As I mentioned before the day dawned clear- still a bit windy and quite chilly. There were no problems returning the van and after a wait in the Gentleman's Club carpark nearby, we made it to the airport. ...

Day 2 - In the Dallas Heat!, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 2 - In the Dallas Heat!

A travel blog entry by coldunn

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A leisurely start to the day catching up on emails etc in the morning. Ventured downtown and wandered around the JFK Memorial Plaza and the Kennedy Museum for about 1 1/2 hours. The museum tracked JFK's rise to the Presidency through to his assassination ...

Day 21:  George W. Bush Presidential Museum, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 21: George W. Bush Presidential Museum

A travel blog entry by tedr1962

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On Sunday, I met up with an old friend named Jay Wester at Uncle Buck's Bar in Grapevine, Texas.  Jay, coming up on 50 years of age real soon, finally has some white hair to go with it!  He looks great and it was way too long between drinks. ...

Day 381 - The End of Everett's Great Adventure, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 381 - The End of Everett's Great Adventure

A travel blog entry by everett.butler

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... during my travels, are in on the scheme and helped me develop a plan of total shock and awe.  They’re flying into Dallas from New York, to visit the family and spend the holidays down South, and we arranged for both of our flights to arrive at ...

No turning back now!, Dallas, United States travel blog

No turning back now!

A travel blog entry by cowanfamily

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... !  Lets hope we have what we need. We are doing the Park, Sleep and Fly deal at the Holiday Inn Select at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport, one nights stay, park the van for a month and they will shuttle us to the airport today for our flight, ...

Dallas and Austin, Dallas and Austin, United States travel blog

Dallas and Austin

A travel blog entry by tonyjnorman

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... train down to Dallas and once again we managed to land on our feet yet again! We checked into the most exclusive Hotel in Dallas for a mere $50 a night! After our trip to the gym (well I mainly watched :-) ) and a nice Jacuzzi on the pool ...

Texas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Texas

A travel blog entry by jeff1fla

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Welcome to my travel blog, Dallas, United States travel blog

Welcome to my travel blog

A travel blog entry by jojorockstar

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Some people think I'm insane and some are a bit envious. At 44, I am about to leave my fantastic job and incredible husband to solo backpack Europe. I still can't believe I'm really doing it. Lots of you have asked me why, some have asked what ...

Dallas, TX, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas, TX

A travel blog entry by lance_fan

Making progress... Portland to Seattle to Dallas. This is the first day of my 14 week journey to South America and Antarctica. The last four weeks have been full of details as I've pretty much put this trip together myself. Arranging details at ...

The stars at night are big and bright..., Dallas, United States travel blog

The stars at night are big and bright...

A travel blog entry by cmasicampo

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I've been chilling and relaxing in Dallas with the Abercrombies for a few days now and it has been exactly what I needed. I have been to Dallas many times, but I am not much more familiar with the city than the first time I visited. I don't mind because ...

Dallas, Dallas, United States travel blog

Dallas

A travel blog entry by gringowithdrawl

Larders...we forgot a pic They made us breakfast:) Loved the new ...

The BIG state of TEXAS, Dallas, United States travel blog

The BIG state of TEXAS

A travel blog entry by missw

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... (which is central U.S.A, meant we gained an hour)s so 1pm became 12pm. After a quick bite to eat we headed into Downtown Dallas, to Dealey Plaza. This was the location where the US President "JFK" was assassinated way back in the late 60's. Was really ...

Day 1: Tokyo, Here I Come, Dallas, United States travel blog

Day 1: Tokyo, Here I Come

A travel blog entry by jeremystravels

Like all great adventures, the first departure is always the worst.  In this case I was up at 4am to leave... and through security at the airport, with tearful goodbyes, by 5:30 in the morning. Not much can be said about long haul flights.  ...

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