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... entitled to as a Brit visiting a foreign country. In celebration I decided to walk the grounds of the University of Texas seeing as I was staying so close. I have to say, after a few seconds I was in love with the place like bunnies love their mates on the first day of spring - easter reference, kinda, no? Bit weird? Let's move on.
As has happened with almost every city, one of the first things I did was check out the history museum. It's pretty ...
We get a free breakfast at this hotel in Austin but the cut off time is 9.30am, we had the alarm set at 9am but both fell back to sleep and didn't end up waking until 11.15am. Those late nights and not sleeping well in Hollywood had caught up with us and we just couldn't wake up. Once we did get up, having missed the free breakfast at the hotel, we went to the IHOP which is just across the car park from our hotel. IHOP stands for international house ...
... area not to cook in. There are
so many delicious eateries on South Congress and we did our best to hit
The first morning in Austin I went for a run on Town Lake. I had been
dreaming of the Austin run for a while and on our way to the house from the airport I noticed green
space that led to the I-35 bridge across to the north side of Town
Lake. Austin has been growing like crazy and there were several more ...
We woke up this morning at nine. Our host Byron was about to leave to work when we all had some breakfast and showered. Mactar wanted to play some basketball for so long and now that we are 4 people we could finally play some ball. We drove to a little court about 3 blocks away and played for like 2 hours. We played with some kids from this neighborhood. After that went back to our hosts apartment again a went swimming I ...
... with the guest family, I made my rounds to all the different departments and spread some holiday cheer to all the employees who had to work on the holiday. The folks in Housekeeping ate it up and we posed for lots of pictures. Then I went down to the kitchen where Room Service, the pastry chefs, stewarding and the restaurant chefs all got into the act and we shared some laughs for a few minutes while everyone whipped out their cameras and smartphones and all ...