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As mentioned in previous story, we covered a lot of ground in the twenty-six days. We got to go out and view the eagles in their nest twice while we were there. The first time was on Rick's birthday and we could see one of the young eagles poking his head up out of the nest and were treated to a spectacular aerial display by one of the adults. The second time was with Paul, KJ ...
We spent 15 hours getting over to San Antonio where we then waited 7 hours in the train station overnight and finally caught the train to Austin. When we arrived it was pretty hot which was nice and we found a whole foods to sit outside and kill a few hours before getting to the accommodation. Whole foods is a very strange place, it's a mix between a supermarket, restaurant and takeout place. It has everything you could think of ...
... vocal techniques in a master class setting.
After the recital, we said some hasty, but genuinely fond, farewells to our newfound friends. We had mad plans to meet up with John & the gang for lunch, and we still had to pack up and check out of our dorm.
Austin is easily twice as big as it was when we were dating. On the ...
... Clock Tower where a shooter killed so many students decades ago (the security guard that killed the shooter just died this week. The Library (even had a section about our mayor of Providence being a Head Start graduate) was great, very interesting. The University of Texas is huge over 50,000 students (thank heavens they started their spring break this week). I was driving the RV and it was easy to drive the roads through ...
... and walking: it was nice to see the river under use. Although we were near the Congress Street bridge around the time the bats would be growing active – and we could hear them – we opted not to wait to see if any emerged, as it was not the season.
Then back to the hotel to get our bags, change out of our hiking clothes, and drive to the airport. No line at all through security; grabbed quick bite; grabbed quick drink in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking