My Florida Travels Overview

So the last ten days or so have been pretty crazy. It all started with a flight from San Francisco to Austin on the ninth. There I prepared for a series of meetings with business connections and hopefully potential opportunities for new business. Those meetings were to be had in San Antonio, so shortly after arriving in the Austin area I was headed out.

I arrived in San Antonio to stay at the JW Resort and Spa. What a place! It’s too bad that I only spent one night there as I could see myself taking advantage of the awesome facilities and soaking in the views. Instead I had my meetings, enjoyed a delicious margarita at Aldaco’s Stone Oak and packed my things to leave early the next morning for Florida.

My flight to Orlando took off early on the morning of the 12th out of San Antonio. In Atlanta a storm kept our plane from making it to the bridge, and with only thirty minutes between my two flights and a terminal change, there was a moment when I thought I was going to miss my flight. But, as luck would have it, as soon as I got off the plane, an electric cart was waiting to shuttle me to my gate. Talk about service!

Arrived into Orlando, picked up my rental car and headed east to Plant City where I would spend the next few days working and planning future campaigns. My second night in Florida I had the pleasure to be treated to a dinner at Seasons 52 in Tampa. That dinner is its own blog post. Definitely check it out.

The rest of the meals on that portion of the trip were less than remarkable.

On the 15th I broke off from the Plant City crew and headed to Orlando for a conference, a meeting with another organization and the highlight, hanging out with two of my favorite people, Corey and Alexandra. That too is its own post that you should check out.

And now here I am, typing out an outline of my travels for the last several days. Enjoying the (eventually) relaxing flight back to San Francisco. For what it’s worth, here’s a chronological order of my travel.

That’s enough travel for me for a while. Don’t you think?

Next time I’ll publish my travels ahead of time so maybe we can arrange some sort of Tweetup. How does that sound?

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