Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in TX we all went to a Tex-Mex restaurant. Adults really enjoyed it, children not so much. Not a lot of Mexican restaurants in Newtown PA. Their reward for not fussing that there was nothing on the menu they liked, was a visit to Dairy Queen. That was a fitting end to their trip to Texas. Dairy Queen started in Texas and is literally in every single town! Lily has wanted to go to DQ since the day they arrived in ...
... We had fun talking and fantasizing about it, but we weren't making any concrete plans. But somehow, despite how far away it was, we were both genuinely committed to it.
It started getting real about five years ago . We realized that, if we were actually going to do this, we needed to get serious. Not only did we need to start saving up to pay for it, we also needed to figure out how we would pull it off professionally. We decided that ...
... blew a hole in the side of the state building. I love that moving the archives would have moved the seat of government. I love the fact that the plaque on the statue praises her "vigilance and short temper."
Most of the day was spent in Pedernales State Park. We drove out through what was mostly suburbs, then large-acre developments, to the park, which is known for its river and waterfalls. We picnicked at the only picnic area … and ...
... Kelsey grabbed a vegetarian sub from a joint called Thunder Cloud Subs, and I got myself a nice big greasy pepperoni pizza from Pizza Hut. We consumed our meals and settled into our cramped smelly room in the hostel. About half way through an episode of 2 Broke Girls, the roof collapsed. And not just a little bit, we're talking about a good two metre stretch of roof and insulation and water and dust and ceiling collapsing onto the floor and some of our ...
... a bigger surprise than most. I am not saying it isn't a pleasant surprise though, Austin is really a great city. Having visited there numerous times now and experienced many peoples reactions, I have come to believe that Austin is an OK city to visit but would be a wonderful city to live in (if you can handle the Texas summer heat of course).
Here are some things I know to be true about the city of ...