Why not pick *nice* places for the Usenix conventions?

Jason Martin Levitt jason at cs.utexas.edu
Sat Jun 29 13:15:57 AEST 1991

In article <1991Jun29.005543.8011 at ariel.unm.edu>, sfreed at ariel.unm.edu (Steven Freed CIRT) writes:
> In article <BZS.91Jun23014416 at world.std.com>, bzs at world.std.com (Barry Shein) writes:
> > San Antonio will be down on the river walk, I've never been there but
> > I hear it is very nice and full of things to do (and remember the
> > Alamo.)
> Indeed, it is. I must say, however, that I have been to many places around
> the world and most of the major cities in the US, and San Antonio is the
> only place I have ever been mugged 8-{

   The River Walk has some hotels, some bars, and some restaurants. You can
also take a slow boat ride down the narrow, polluted river [more like a
stream, really]. It *is* a nice place to visit bars, restaurants, and
hotels, but offers little besides that. If you have a car, though, you 
can visit Mexico [2 hour drive], the Gulf Coast [2.5 hours], or Austin
[1.2 hours]. Be sure and visit Snake Farm on the way to Austin! :-))))

         ---Jason   jason at cs.utexas.edu

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