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Re: [teacherartexchange] OT - Planning a Vacation


From: Betty B (bettycarol_40_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Jun 17 2007 - 09:17:13 PDT

If you like music and BBQ, Austin TX is a good place
to visit. Stay close to downtown and you can walk most
places. There are some good museums, as well as
Flatbed Press, and Women and their Work, and great
shopping if you like offbeat funkiness and folk art.

--- "M. Austin" <> wrote:

> I know this is off-topic, but this is the only place
> I know to narrow down
> my search. Friday night I participated in the annual
> cancer relay-for-life,
> and my name was drawn from those who managed to stay
> for the entire thing (I
> still can't hardly walk! *L*) Anyways, I won two
> airline tickets to anywhere
> in the continental United States. With NEA hotel
> discounts & car rentals, we
> can easily afford this surprise trip. But the
> dilemma? Where to go?!?! Since
> hubby will be accompanying me I won't get more than
> one or two museum
> visits. I have spent the past day internet
> searching, but maybe you all have
> suggestions - tourist attractions, unique places,
> etc. TIA!
> ~Michal
> 3-12 Kansas Art Teacher
> HS Digital Communications
> Technology Integration Specialist
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Betty C Bowen
printmaker, painter
art educator
Cushing Oklahoma

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