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Austin had SXSW and it is always amazing. People from all over the world come to see latest technological trends, film screenings, and of course some of the best music in the world by famous artists and up and coming musicians (there are also tons of SX artists rumors....I fell for the Skrillex one).
Since I'm a 15 minute walk from downtown I was able to check out some of the venues. The city is packed ...
... t expect to do that great but ended up nailing it with a 790. We went to an all you can eat barbecue grill place for dinner. There was 6 of us and we each pay $17.50 and get the choice of 4 meats and 4 sides and they keep bringing it out until you can't eat anymore. It was insane, we chose beef brisket, slow roast turkey, roast chicken and beef ribs with sides of potato salad, Mac and cheese, beans and coleslaw. It was so delicious, the ...
... bridges over swampland. We drove for miles above what seemed like only a few feet of water. In Houston, we were happy to make a little dinner and watch t.v..
Early the next morning we made the 3 hour drive to Austin and began what was truly a great day. The first thing we did was head to the capital for what was supposed to be a free walking tour of the city; however, the tour guide never showed. Instead ...
... what to expect from the hospital or its staff, but I've been impressed so far. Everyone who talked to us was very nice, helpful and seemed to actually care. The facility is beautiful, having been recently renovated. The floors are spacious, everyone gets a private room, the hallways are really wide and the decor is something you actually notice as being attractive. Which is weird to me having seen as many ugly, utilitarian hospitals as I have ...
... me to commemorate the day.
I never knew Santa got so many hugs. The Power of the Claus is almost overwhelming. When I walked into a room dressed in my Santa suit, it put such bright smiles on so many faces. I swear the staff at the hotel liked this more than any of the children I met during the open houses or the teas. Everyone was like a little kid, eager to throw their arms around Santa, ham it up and get some photos taken.
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