Holiday Inn Express Austin Airport
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... back on its feet after the regime ended has resulted in a leaderless, foundering country.
- There is poverty, and then there is POVERTY. We don't know what POVERTY is like in the US. In our country, the poor can obtain clean drinking water, medical care, food, and occasionally shelter and electricity even if they are homeless. In some countries, these are often considered luxuries. I observed that when everyone is poor, that reality is far ...
... amazing dance partner who's name I have forgotten!) and they invited me to go Two Stepping with them to a place called The Broken Spoke. It sounded hilarious so I agreed. The place is exactly as I would imagine a Texas Dance Hall, loads of older people with big bushy mustaches and huge cowboy hats. The band were really good too, a guy named Weldon Henson. The specialty food of Texas is meant to be Chicken Fried Steak and Chicken Fried Chicken. After already having ...
... we traveled almost 400 miles from Pecos to Austin, Texas. We started driving around 11AM, made a stop for gas, another for grocery shopping and lunch in Sonora, TX, a stop for coffee and shakes in Fredericksburg (indeed a German town we should have visited a day later when Germany plays Brasil in the semi-final), and then drove on to Austin. A quick dinner, the traditional nightly swimming in the hotel pool, drinks, shower, and ...
... impressed and so was Les, just goes to show you that my reading yesterday at The Alamo has paid off big style.
Stopped in a pretty nice beer pub called the Ginger Man and finished the evening in a Jazz bar which was opposite out hotel. Not normally my kind of music but with a couple of tasty cocktails in my system in didn't sound half bad. After the show we got chatting with the musicians and ended up having a much later night than originally planned.
... 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. ...