Super 8 San Marcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into your mouth and soaking your clothes.
Now imagine that while this is happening, you are holding two cardboard toilet paper tubes up to your eyes and looking through them like binoculars.
While you're doing all this, navigate through crowds in a small restaurant and interact with parents and children during a holiday celebration as THE center of attention and not let on for one second that you're rapidly losing quarts of water at ...
We had some errands to run today and seeing how we both have the same days off this week, it was easy for us to do the half dozen or so things we had on the list. First was a doctor appointment for me, then we wanted to head to north Austin to check out a motorcycle apparel store and buy me a jacket. The last jacket I had was chewed through by mice in New Hampshire, and since the mornings here have a been a bit chilly lately, something ...
... will make plans as I go.
Glad you are reading my journal. I will make posts about my experiences starting from today. The next few months will mostly be about family. Most of the pictures posted will include family members. Two reason for this: I am the one taking the pictures, and, they all look better in photos than I do.
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... to Roland Swenson, Co-founder and Managing Director, "the value of meeting people face-to-face in order to share creative ideas and do business is what makes SXSW invaluable." He calls it a vital launching pad for creative endeavors.
A Platinum Badge costs you $1,395 (SOLD OUT) and gets you 9 days of film screenings and premiers, 9 days of film, music, and interactive panels and keynotes, 6 days of music festival, 4 ...
... The panniers are loaded with camping gear. I shipped everything I didn't want to carry home. And John at Clown Dog bikes put a new cassette on the green Surly for me and trued the rear wheel (which was almost totally wrecked when they got it). I don't know if the wheel will make it home, but I am too frustrated to sit still, so off I go, headed North - ambiguously North with no precise destination, but moving nonetheless.