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... nature to me now when arriving in a place. Do Vegas have one? Their main source of tourism is historical landmarks right? I really did enjoy the emphasis on pre-westernised Tejas, as well as their proud heyday as a republic, but I left with some questions: where wa Kennedy being shot in Dallas? That's kind of a big, if not dark, part of modern Texan history that should probably be addressed, even if it's just a fleeting reference right? Secondly, ...
... and has an amazing breakfast menu and is fairly cheap and you get free refills on your drinks. We both got a nice big breakfast that would fill us for the rest of the day until dinner. After breakfast we walked up to the train station which is a mile up the road, the train runs straight to downtown, only to find the train doesn't run on a Sunday. I checked the bus routes and saw the 7 and 10 buses run to downtown. The bus stop for the 7 bus was just down ...
... buildings on the north side of the lake between 35 and Congress.
I ran by the Radisson where Kara and I stayed on her first trip to
Austin for the Irons wedding. This was a huge event as I was deciding
between Maryland and Texas for business school and Kara's feel on Austin
would decide where we ended up. On that weekend Kara had also had an
informational interview with Lucy Nazro at St. Andrew's Episcopal
School. That interview led to ...
... that belongs to the building. At around 3 we 4 (Mactar, Rens, Richard and me) left the apartment to drive to Austin Texas . The car was already packed with our luggage but with two more people and their luggage it was packed to the max.We tight some luggage even on the trunk and when it started raining we had to put all of it in the car which means no space to move for the next 4 hours. We got some chipotle burrito ...
... me to commemorate the day.
I never knew Santa got so many hugs. The Power of the Claus is almost overwhelming. When I walked into a room dressed in my Santa suit, it put such bright smiles on so many faces. I swear the staff at the hotel liked this more than any of the children I met during the open houses or the teas. Everyone was like a little kid, eager to throw their arms around Santa, ham it up and get some photos taken.
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