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Just dropped Terry and Ed at Austin airport and we will meet up with them in Istanbul tomorrow. Looking forward to our stay in Istanbul....Terry and I did quite a bit of research of things to do in this city....priorities being shopping and ...
... music and cheap beer for the university students, The Austin university has 52,000 students and apparently is the biggest one in the country. The foot ball stadium is about the 6th largest in the world housing 106,000 seats. And in true Texan style wanting to be one of the largest in the world, they are filling in the corner to add more seats to make them number 2 or 3 in the world. This ...
... concept of this company, which, in fact, is a chain.
Next we sought out a Flea Market. I'd found one on the internet that looked interesting, so we drove the fifteen miles to check it out. It's in a mostly Mexican area and caters mostly to the Hispanic population. Lots of fancy clothes, dress up parts for cars and jewelry among many others. Neither of us found any "tempters", but I did find a nice, very clean rest room.
I used ...
... Bel Geddes, actually quite interesting! More design that art, well, both, but I liked it.
In the afternoon I had the most wonderful horseriding adventure and met three really awesome people, I'll write this up a bit more later!
Its thanksgiving tomorrow, deep fried turkey!
Friday, I'll be flying to San Francisco!
... of every person who has served as president of the Republic of Texas (Texas was an independent nation from 1836 to 1845, when it joined the USA as the 28th state) or a governor of Texas. We also visited the Texas Senate Chamber, which has been left largely untouched and unchanged since it was first built.
By the time we were done, it was time to head back to the hotel, register for our conference and attend the Welcome reception. But we were ...