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When you think of Texas, you think of cattle, wide-open spaces and dirt lanes. But Texas also calls to mind the cities it's famous for - San Antonio, South Padre Island, Corpus Christi, Austin, Houston and, last but not least, Dallas.

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Americas Best Value Inn

Americas Best Value Inn

Arrived at the motel late at night and left very early in the morning (before 5am). We booked through the travelerspoint website the day we decided to travel and stay there. It took them a while to find our booking, but after they did everything was smooth sailing. The room was basic but met our needs of a bed. ... more

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  • Dallas
    Next month I am traveling from Greenville, SC all the way back to Dallas Tx. I will be picking up a classic BMW and driving it back for myself =] I have 2 routes to drive the car back. A north, and southern route. The Northern route would take me up thru Knoxville, Nashville, Memphis, and Little Rock ...

  • Attraction in Dallas downtown
    Hi, I will be travelling to dallas next weekend and wish to visit dallas downtown. can anybody please let me know the places to visit there? And how to go from North Dallas. i don't have a car. Thanks, Arnab ...

  • Dallas to Fort Worth
    Hello. I'm making a short trip to Texas and I was wondering how do I get from Dallas to Fort Worth by public transport. Is there any bus I can take from Dallas downtown or anything like that? If I take a taxi would it be too expensive??? Thank you. ...

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  • Day 34
    Day 1 in Dallas. While we waited for Liz’s old school mates to arrive for their reunion, we headed into town to go to the Sixth Floor Museum – a museum dedicated to the period of JFK’s presidency; the political atmosphere and the man himself, and the assassination and various conspiracy theories that arose ...
    Posted in A Snail's Pace by lizden

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    Posted in Travellers Stop by sdg2001in

  • Dallas
    Today I departed Amarillo for Dallas, Texas. The state of Texas was involved in the Civil War. The Civil War was a war between the North and South. The North wanted industry to dominate the economy ...
    Posted in Jack's North American Adventure by mccardj

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