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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 ...
... walk away called 'Bacon', which serves a variety of meals containing... you guessed it... bacon. It was all done really well and the food did taste pretty incredible. After our nice meal, we tweeted a band called SPEAK who we were attempting to meet and they told us about a gig that was going on pretty nearby at 'Scoot Inn'. The walk over was quite nice and we got an interesting new perspective of Austin. We ...
... kids for 11 days. The
first weekend I traveled back to Lex Vegas for my 20th year reunion.
W&L does a great job with reunions, over 50% of my pledge class was
back and I caught up with a lot of great teammates. Kara and the kids
headed to Austin from Dallas where we had spent a night with the
The first weekend Sasha and Carrie Godin came in from the Charm City.
This was Sam's first friend to visit us ...
... Schlotzsky's and a very cool Asian place called Fire Bowl. Following the food trend (have you guessed we love to eat??), on our second
night before she went on a hen do, Sonia took us to a good ol’ Tex-Mex place
called Chuy’s where we had the most amazing dips and nachos. If anyone is in
town we would definitely recommend this place and Fire Bowl!
Over the weekend we spent some good time with Masi and Masa.
On the Saturday, we chilled at home ...
... BE Santa Claus. It's what actors call Method Acting, I guess. I was determined to be the best Santa ever.
So I kept up the research and asked around at work from the people who had been there for previous holiday seasons what they liked and didn't like from those who came before me. Fortunately for me, and unfortunately for the public, the previous Santas has been serviceable at best and a few had been pretty bad. When I asked people to tell me ...