Deluxe Inn Carrollton

Address: 1885 N Interstate 35e, Carrollton, Texas, 75006-3786, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1885 N Interstate 35e, Carrollton, is near Galleria, Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park Dallas, Cavanaugh Flight Museum, and National Scouting Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Carrollton

Home again home again!

A travel blog entry by changxiaoyao on Sep 12, 2014

Landed in DFW, got a fun ride with a religious Pakistani Taxi Driver who spoke about the principals of Islam for the duration of the ride. It was actually pretty cool since I am quite ignorant about Islamic beliefs. He really did clarify some misconceptions about Islam. It's a good religion as far as religions go. He also shared some ...

Visiting Home

A travel blog entry by hlodor on Jul 16, 2014

I am spending 3 weeks in Texas to visit my friends, go on family vacation, and for my grandma's sixtieth birthday! I'm excited to get to see all my friends and family again. I know I won't be able to go home for Christmas so I'm really glad I got to make this ...

New Journey

A travel blog entry by hlodor on May 24, 2014

I left Dallas to move to Germany today. I just graduated high school yesterday and it was very heartbreaking to have to say goodbye to my friends and family, but I am so excited to start this new journey in my life. I know that my year in Germany will be the best year of my entire life and I'm so excited to make it happen. It may be far away, but sometime's distance brings things together. Life is going to change starting now and I couldn't be more ...

Uncle Paul

A travel blog entry by thailandreb on Apr 14, 2011

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... President Kennedy saw his final sights, breathed his final breaths, thought his final thought. We ran.

All that was there as a grassy patch with some flowers thrown to the ground. The faint smell of exhaust fumes, and the loud blaring of random vehicles on the 35E. The Sixth Floor Museum was much better. I won't take up space babbling about it, but it's definitely one of the better museums I've visited.

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