Courtyard By Marriott Austin Round Rock
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Up at a reasonable time today as it is Formula 1 qualifying day! We leave the apartment about 9:30 and head up to the Convention Centre where they are running a shuttle service to the track, cost $10 each which we thought was a bit steep but cheaper than the $200 they wanted for parking at the track!
About half an hour later and we are dropped off about a half hour walk from the main entrance, off we trek! We get in and hear the last few minutes of final practice, ...
... means we all shared a few moments looking for golf balls in the tall stuff. For those of you in the know, it’s a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, which means it’s tough! Afterwards, she was gracious enough to take us out for dinner, and we all shared our 'current events’ doings over a fantastic Mexican meal. Thanks Sarah for sharing the day with us!!
Austin, Texas -- After golf we drove down into Austin, ...
after work. John had just flown in from LA and Christian had just
started at Rackspace and was working a lot so I appreciate them taking
the time. It was great to hear about Christian's new job and John was
planning on leaving GSD&M and starting his own marketing and
communications consultancy. It was great to hear about everything that
was going on with them.
morning the kids and I picked up ...
... the campus of the Texas state university, which was actually bigger than the town/city of Austin! It was huge and gorgeous, I would have loved to go to uni in a place like that! It's a big sports college and we stopped by their sports stadium which was massive ad Joseph told us it seats 100,000. Waawy. We passed by the Capitol building (where the Texas state government is) which looks strangely familiar (Washington DC seemed to have a similar building in white!) ...
... time we had been smashed by an afternoon storm, my tyre was flat again, something had to be wrong with the actual tyre but i would see to that! the train was great, felt good seeing all this nothingness at speed with air con but strange not to be on the bike. We got to Santa Fe late around 8pm, we didn't have anywhere to stay and no idea where to go so we decided to hit the first bar we saw and get some beers in to celebrate the journey we had just been on, Luckily for Carl ...