The Ransome Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... past week it's been in the mid 80's, and I've been walking around in shorts. It rained only once when we visited the Terra-Cotta Warriors in Xi'an. It didn't affect us in any way, as we were indoors.
Between both of us, we have close to 2,500 photos. We took over 3,000, but deleted those we didn't care for each day. It seemed as though there was a photo opportunity around every corner. I photographed scenery, ...
... by James Joyce, I thought again of Campbell. One of his first important works was a key to Finnegans Wake. What Joyce called "the grave and constant" in human sufferings Campbell knew to be a principal theme of classic mythology. "The secret cause of all suffering," he said, "is mortality itself, which is the prime condition of life. It cannot be denied if life is to be affirmed."
Death is not to be, can not be, avoided. It is something ...
... am, and as usual I cut the lines so I could find my seat and have room for my carry on. In addition to my camera bag, I purchased at the airport a gift set of 4 bottles of Duval beer, and a matching drinking glass. Duval had become my favorite this trip. Duval contains an alcohol content of around 10%. Pizza night this Friday should bring a buzz to my Plainview buddies. Our flight left the gate five minutes early at 10:40am. We were number one for takeoff, and the ...
... a place to park, at a meter around the corner and walked down. The concert was to be a celebration of the opening of a new bar attached to the Capital Theater. The theater itself just reopened about a year ago. It is famous in the music scene. Many well known bands went through there like the Grateful Dead. The bar is called, Garcia's, named after the Dead's frontman. The door was open so I walked into the bar. Music was blasting and a few guys were running around working ...
... except on the subway I guess. Allegedly, it's the biggest in the world, for good reason I'm sure.
A few more bits and bobs were tidied up before heading to the lab. Into the door I stepped, bracing myself for champagne and streamers, only to be confronted with an empty building. I walked around until I managed to find a PhD student, who seemed slightly confused that I was here (although later seemed to remember something about a new ...