We dropped off my transcripts and met briefly with my advisor. I like him. He chatted with BubTar and tried to recruit him for a future geology degree. I'd never been to the campus before, so we had to do some wandering around to find our way, but it was nice to look around and let BubTar see where I'll be taking my classes. After we finished up, we trekked back to the garage, but we decided to have lunch before leaving. The nice thing about downtown is that everything is right there. You can just walk down the block and choose from a dozen restaurants. With all of those options, we chose Subway, of course. We sat there, enjoying the air conditioning and watching people out the window while we ate. Downtown is good for people watching. Then we headed on our way.
I'm excited about school in the fall. I think that once I get used to the driving/parking/walking aspects of it, being downtown for school will be pretty cool...especially once fall and winter hit. Now I know that I need to familiarize myself with that part of town a bit better, learn where various points of interest are, and maybe learn the Metro schedule, too. I definitely need to buy my parking pass so I can start parking in the student garages. I also should learn where those are. Heh. It will be an adjustment from my cozy little suburban community college, but I think it will be a lot of fun, too.