Casa Kenwood Guesthouses
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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An easy day in Austin today. We visited the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library. Before and after we spent some time in the wonderful hotel pool. While having a late lunch we watched the first half of Brazil - Germany in a deli with a TV without sound, but the ...
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luis' calm demeanor enabled me to relax... it felt foreign..we were rv-ing after all..
we even stopped for some groceries in a busy mall... strangely stress-free, our newfound freedom was thrilling :)
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... are good at the moment, still some things I would like to check out - Rainly street, 6th stet, the many food trucks, the springs, the state capital - lucky for me I have 4 days left :) Went to Rainey street tonight to a sausage house & beer garden, one of the largest sausages I've eaten nom nom & good too! They also sold cider so I may have had to try a couple of different ones hehe! I got chatting to the guy next to me who invited me ...
After a great few days with Chris & Austin together at home, we headed off to Austin to immerse ourselves in the world of recorders, shawms, viols, gambas, crumhorns, and all manner o f forgotten instruments (and the people who play them). We arrived at Concordia University just in time to sign in, settle into our room and grab some dinner.
... around the Capitol and museum row.
Headed to our campground Pecan Grove RV Park (where Matt McGonagle? lived in his airstream) right in the middle of Austin (Gary and Doreen you would love this spot). The campground has mostly permanent sites and only three for overnighters and two of the sites could take a big RV. Some of the permanents sites have gardens and really wacky RV’s. Austin is considered a ...