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July 5, 2004

meta-me

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 2:11 PM

After OLS, I am supposed to be spending a week at IBM’s facility in Tucson, Arizona. At first I thought I’d get there on Sunday evening, work Monday through Friday, and then leave on Saturday morning. Today, after having realized that the hotel I’ll be staying in is pretty comfortable and that Tucson is not quite the little burg I thought it was, I decided to stick around for an extra day, see the local sites and rest. Of course, I’m much more likely to end up spending Saturday in the lab debugging something, but – c’est la vie.

4 Comments »

  1. Radisson hotels are pretty comfy
    I once spent two month leaving in one in Woodland Hills, CA. 🙂
    Gilad

    Comment by Anonymous — July 5, 2004 @ 4:41 AM | Reply

    • Re: Radisson hotels are pretty comfy
      You also lived in .jp for a time, didn’t you? I’ve attracted a strange bug recently that makes me really want to go on assignment there.

      Comment by mulix — July 5, 2004 @ 4:48 AM | Reply

      • Re: Radisson hotels are pretty comfy
        侍を夢見ていたか? :B

        Comment by bicoherent — July 5, 2004 @ 10:33 AM

      • Re: Radisson hotels are pretty comfy
        Not really lived there like in the US, but been there on several weeks long work visits in both Tokyo and Kobe.
        It’s fun and strange and wonderful and I highly recommend the experience, especially for Gibson fans (you wouldn’t believe my grin when the bus I was n from the Airport drove near a “Chibe City” sign…)
        If you ever there, make sure you have enough time to visit Akihabara properly 🙂
        Gilad

        Comment by Anonymous — July 6, 2004 @ 1:48 AM


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