The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
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... to recall the events of that day. The cockroach museum lightened things up for us- it was a quick, but memorable stop( wink, wink!). Our drive to Austin was full of exclamations-"Blue Bonnets!! Blue Bonnets on the right!!" The roadside was so colorful. Once in Austin, it was fried chicken at Lucy's- fun to sit out in the cool evening air with a tin bucket of fried chicken- and some FRIED deviled eggs. Yep- gotta get a cholesterol check once we return ...
... was a Billy Bob’s restaurant that serves real home-styled Texan BBQ. Billy Bob’s hosts many local bands. They also throw many concerts and welcome some of the most renowned country singers. (http://www.stockyards.place.hyatt.com/ en/hotel/home.html) Tourist have a ton of restaurant options that they can choose from. Whether you are looking for traditional BBQ, a good burger and fries, or just a cold beer, they have ...
Generally I am a big proponent of slowing time down. I am not obsessed with trying to recapture my youth on live for eternity, it just seems like every year and every month is lived and chronicled as history quicker and quicker when I pause to reflect on where I'm at and where I have been. However, with my upcoming trip to Peru and Bolivia; I can't spin the hands of the clock fast ...
... decisions are not easily rendered, and explains why everybody who holds the job ages in warp speed.
As I have said, the historical ruler requires 50 years of time to pass before being able to fairly appraise a president's life. I look forward to having an opportunity to returning here after some more time has passed down the road. Much of this history is too fresh to really absorb. The exhibits on ...
... and I slowly made my way through a bottle of it over the course of the flight.
I say a leisurely lunch because we were well over two hours into the flight before we finished. I didn't watch a movie but read for the rest of the flight. I bought Antony Beevor's book on the second world war, which he quite nicely widens so that it is not just about the European war but takes due account of the Sino-Japanese war, too.