Casa Kenwood Guesthouses
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... also as we wanted to see what the fuss was all about. The eleven course tasting menu sounded impressive but really wasn’t… The menu changes regularly so maybe we were just unlucky with that specific menu as most people rave about the place. But that said there were only a couple of dishes that were really amazing, a few that were OK and some that were downright questionable – all about show and pomp but very disappointing in terms of taste. Both Matt and I ...
... was a part of the group that went skydiving with me, so we were hoping to have the free fall experience minus the threat of death. After a short briefing, we suited up in our jump suits, goggles and helmets and walked into the chamber. Zach went first and got the hang of it pretty quickly, so the pressure was on me not to embarrass myself. As you step into the wind tunnel and let the air lift you up, it's a weird sensation. It's not like your falling, but ...
... low and behold (this is for our Old Fort Drive neighbors) it's DONNIE!!! He lives on our street just a cup-de-sac away! How fun was that? She was amazed!
Our first stop on the sightseeing tour was to the Boyhood home and then the Ranch of LBJ. We had planned to go to the Presidential Library in Austin, but the Ranch was so extensive with the tours and the memorabilia that we felt that we had seen quite a bit.
... Jim wanted to keep riding our bikes around the campus that afternoon.
We rode downtown to the well known live music scene on 6th street in Austin. Most of the places are kinda seedy looking but all were packed with people of all ages and live music being performed throughout the day.
The campground we stayed at, McKinney Falls State Park, had just ...
... were being kicked out of the bar we were in. We walked around for a few minutes trying to find somewhere else to go to and we came across 3 guys from Austin. Two were so very Texan! Clean shaven faces, strong Southern accents and cowboy boots! George asked them where we could go now. To our amusement, Austin has a 2am lock out - no alcohol can be served after this time. However, there is a nightclub you can go to that serves water and red bull. But luckily it was closed - imagine ...