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... For a birthday present, she purchased my ticket and said we’re going to
Greece, get busy and plan the trip because I don’t have time. My first stop was
the bookstore where I bought Rick Steves’ Athens, the Peloponnese and Greek
Isles book and planned the trip. I flew to Austin, to spend the night ...
... all bounds. All I wanted was sleep...to sleep and sleep...and sleep and sleep and sleep....
I thought Nawlins was hard to beat as a cool city, but Austin is a very strong contender. One aspect I particularly dug was Zilker Park which was just up the road from our RV Park. The park was used well by the locals with a gazillion runners, walkers and cyclists beating the bike lanes and pathways all day every day. The river running through ...
These are just small teases I will randomly post while I'm in each city. I will still do the complete recap at the end of each stop. Sorry for the confusion
Whole Foods being founded here only makes sense after spending some time in ...
... buildings & the Texas Capitol Building, which Texans are quick to tell you is higher than the Capitol Building in Washington DC! Everything is bigger in Texas! I meanwhile caught the shuttle out to the track, just missing the F1 practice session, although I could certainly hear it as I walked up. We had general admission tickets which enabled us to go to any general admission area anywhere around the track, several great grassy banks with good ...
... and Jeff. On Thursday
we checked out Luke's Locker and then I spent the afternoon catching up
with Todd Bartee, I had met Todd at Dell and we became fast friends.
Todd is now the CEO of Aquesana and has always been good for work and
life advice. He is simply a great guy. Todd, Christian Foster, John
McGrath and I meet every summer in New York for a boys baseball weekend.
I really enjoy my time with these guys and Christian and ...