TownePlace Suites Austin Northwest
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... my way 45min south to Galveston, where my cruise ship awaited me.
Once I boarded the Carnival Magic I found my living accommodations for the next week, it was small...but perfect just for me :):) After touring the ship it was only a short time before I met new friends and I continued to meet people that I'd hang out with over the next 7 days while on the ship. Food, food, food galore!!! Pools, water slides, mini golf, workout room, spa, casino, night clubs...you ...
... at you
That's right you're not from Texas
But Texas wants you anyway
At least some in Austin take pride in keeping Austin weird. I don't want to, in anyway, mess with Texas or, Texas Pride, but Austin is not as weird as it once was, or, let's say there are other places that have surpassed Austin in being weird. Seattle, Portland certainly have an edge in people appearing to be celebrating ...
... yesterday and they were reasonably conservative - Not today. The first corner had the pole sitter turned around and carnage everywhere. This brought out the safety car and a reduced number of laps.
We had an early lunch so we could be back in the stands prior to the Pit Straight festivities. During the driver parade, the car carrying Jenson Button could not get up the hill to turn 1 and he had to get a ride with Jean-Eric ...
... is a lot of fun! The surroundings are very peaceful, and it is great to have moments here and there to just "BREATHE"!
We did go out for drinks after the day was over last night. The faculty concert was full of Spanish Medieval music, but when we went out for drinks, there was a great rock trio playing. It was good to let our mind be free for a bit.
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Let me give you a frame of reference. Imagine you are in the middle of some arduous work or vigorous exercise on a 110 degree day with 95% humidity. And I mean arduous; like you're breaking boulders with a 20 pound sledge hammer. Think about how you are sweating like a spigot has been opened over your head and salty perspiration is flowing over your brow, stinging your eyes, drip, ...