BEST WESTERN Markland Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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The Greatest Adventure is Starting to Begin - Welcome to the very first entry to the worldwide Victory adventures. I suppose you could actually say our adventure actually started a while ago. I am not really sure the exact moment, maybe the day we decided to finally do this, or the day we sold our house in Austin, TX, or maybe you can even go back further than that and say this is all part of a bigger plan we are participating in and it began the evening of October ...
Today was a much better day and it was Valentines Day too.
O'Regan's cold was worse but he was feeling up to going out and recovering from yesterday's events. After a long breakfast and a very slow start we spent a very relaxing morning at the hotel easing into the day after yesterday's adventure.
O'Regan wanted to visit Game Stop to see how different it was to what we had in Australia. So we headed out just after midday. We had lunch at Panda Express, ...
... br> This park is built on a hill so we did a few kms walking up and down the hills trying to get to all the rides, of course the layout wasn't so great in places and you were backtracking to reach ride entrances. We had a great time but I think my favourite amusement park of the trip was Busch Gardens and then Universal. Wade liked Universal and then Busch Gardens.
We stayed until it closed at 6pm and then headed off to the airport, ...
I had a big sleep in to catch up on the jet lag. Got up and got coffee from Starbucks (thank god for Starbucks - the only thing close to Aussie coffee). It's a weird but exciting feeling to wake up and step out onto the streets of another foreign country - time to start exploring.
Anitia arrived at the hotel at 3 and ...
... delegates change rooms and assemble 15 minutes later for another fascinating panel discussion. The crowded hall ways remind me of high school when the bell rang to change class, and great and not-yet-great alike find themselves doing the "shuffle" between meetings.
These are among the best of times, as conversations spring up and quickly move to common ground. Everyone is there to network and to be part of all that is going on and, in general, are ...