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    confessions: I live between Dallas and Fort Worth. Have been to Houston twice, but have lived ...

  • driving to Florida from Dallas
    I am planning to drive from Dallas TX to Miami, Florida a week after July 4th 2004. I plan to take the scenic route and will stop somewhere in Panhandle area. Does anyone know any good place for sight seeing or accomodation there ? Any tips or any advice is appreciated. This is my first time ...

  • Road trip from DAllas to Los Angeles
    Hello I am planning to go on a road trip from Dallas to Los Angeles with two friends. We will be travelling from December 15t until the 21. During this time we have to get to L.A. and stay there for a couple of days.Then we will come back by plane. I would like to know what are the stops we could make ...

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    Arriving into Dallas on a Sunday, we quickly found ourselves in a ghost town ...
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    Ok satellites just work over Dallas apparently we immediately lost our GPS and spent over an hour driving around looking for a motel with the simple convenience of Wifi. Between this and the early tip off ...
    Posted in Trav vs. The World by rhinoc

  • Another Day in Dallas
    Our first stop was at The Sixth Floor Museum Visited Pioneer Hill with cattle & horses made of bronze in a depiction of a cattle drive. Matilda the tram was built in 1925 in Melbourne and operated there until 1986. Matilda was shipped to Portland, Oregon then trucked to Dallas, had a “cosmetic ...
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