Hotel Saint Cecilia
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... my minimalist lifestyle. And even then, I still feel like I have a plethora of items that I don't use. Well, so my great friend, Anna, let me store my things in her garage while I was gone for the next week and a half. The next morning I was off...and headed to San Antonio, which is about an hour south of Austin. I spent the next day and a half exploring San Antonio. I stayed with an elementary school friend, Nahshon, who I hadn't seen since I was 8!! We remained friends ...
Austin is a cool city. I have been there on business 3 times. Once we managed to empty a bar by playing "Dancing Queen" on the jukebox. Then for the return of F1 in 2012 and this week for SXSW. The city has a raw energy to it and never misses the opportunity to ...
... of the cars through this corner. Alonso and Button were pacesetters for session 1.
Redbull quickly emerged as the pacesetters with both Vettel and Webber dominating the second practise sessions.
Keep an eye out for us during Qualifying tomorrow. Mike has arranged for us to be in the Force India Garage for Qualifying. A truly unique experience and we thank Mike immensely for giving us this ...
Today we had a lie in till noon, then went into Austin itself and took a tour of the Austin campus, and had a wander through some shops. Once that was over we went down to Barton springs to meet up with the others who didn't do the tour. It was basically a huge outdoor natural pool which ...
... such a cool part of town, with some really interesting shops and thrift shops. It was a really warm day so on the way home we went for another swim and then went to see if the bats were out. Every night at sunset, under the collarado bridge 1.5 million bats start flying out looking for food. People were gathered all over the bridge and riverbanks to see this spectacle with lots of people hiring boats to paddle underneath. It wasn't what we expected but we did see lots of tiny ...