La Quinta Inn Dallas LBJ/Central
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We finally arrived in Dallas where true to Ron's word there was nothing to see on the drive up from Austin to Dallas as it was extremely flat. The roads slowly worsened the closer we got to Dallas, as too did the driving.
After standing in the longest line at the Hilton Anatole we finally got to the check in agent who informed us that there were no king rooms left, even though we had made our booking several months before. She said the best she could do was put us in ...
So the Magnet conference has been very inspiring, I have learnt a lot about a lot, and being able to network with other nurses just as energetic and excited and as passionate as me has been so valueable. I've loved chatting with them and hearing their stories, I've made some promising connections for later on in my trip that I am definitely going to ensure I follow through. There were 8000+ nurses all in one convention centre. England just doesn't do nursing conferences like ...
- Okay, so we landed in Dallas my colleagues and I with a few hiccups. But we're settled and ready for the ANCC Magnet conference starting on Wednesday. So seeing as it starts on Wednesday, we have done some non nursing exploring. I've bought a cowboy hat, one of my goals whilst in Dallas, and been to the very place that JFK was shot. Conspiracy or no conspiracy its immensely interesting, the museum was fab, really ...
... shoes. I did, and I STILL had a blister. So also pack a few Band-Aids.
5. Seize the day. Say yes to whatever opportunity presents itself.
6. Know a little about Spanish headlines of the day. You will never have a better opportunity to ask opinions about what is happening in Spain.
I may think of more, but it is time to wrap up this journey. I'm happy to talk if you have questions. Oh, and the answer to "Would I Do VaughanTown Again?" Yes. Yes, I ...
... to bed - 2.30am in body time. We'll see how it pans out tomorrow.
Saturday 31st May
I woke at about 2 and then dozed off again until 4 which was not bad. Getting up at 6.30, I found breakfast in the Tex-Mex restaurant. It's a buffet and not bad with freshly made omelettes in addition to the normal fare. Fajitos for breakfast, though, is quite a different thing.
At 9 I went to the historic centre of Grapevine. I ...