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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... saw an array of fish and coral, from there we went kayaking in clear bottom kayak to a sandy white beach with a long dock that had a giant deck built up 15-20ft above the water. Thank goodness I had my wheaties that morning and got up the courage to jumped off!! It was such an adrenaline rush :):) After our kayaking adventure we went back to this area known as Gumbalimba Park where we trekked thru an area filled with iguanas, parrots, and monkeys, and were able to get up ...
... sent a chill and freezing rain to Texas. Fortunately, we were able to hunker down in Austin and wait for the warmth to return to Texas and the Southland. Time to take care of some banking, post office, shopping and cooking. Catching up with family. Sweet.
Although AZ and NM were pretty dismal territory for a decent microbrew, Texas has some great beers which we will try out. Rahr Brewery Texas Red Amber ...
... of the Lotus team including Romain Grosjean and Sir Jackie Stewart.
It was great to catch up with Mike again and hear the current news of Formula 1. For the past few years he had been assigned to Force India as Mobil's Technical analyst however next year they will align with Mercedes and PETRONAS, so Mike will revert back to the McLaren team and be with them through the transition from Mercedes next year to Honda in 2015. ...
... Ray Vaughn Statue. I drove down to the river, just South of the city and found the place where perhaps one of the greatest Blues guitarists is memorialized. Afterwards, I walked down 6th street and saw several of the really cool places to shop, eat and drink. I was really impressed with a place called "Wild About Music" It was a really cool shop with all kinds of music stuff and music art. I ...
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As the Data Warehouse Director at The New School, Martha also came to the Higher Education Warehousing Conference this year and so we made plans to catch up over dinner. We met in the hotel lobby and took a picture in front of the UT Austin Clock tower - a 307-foot tall campus landmark located right next door to the hotel.
Afterwards, we headed out to a restaurant in downtown ...