Hyatt Place Austin North Central
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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When shopping in a local grocery store, we realized the public here looks very different from the rest of Texas. Austin is a liberal island in conservative Texas, and the people seem very similar to San Francisco. Or, to make a President Obama joke: After Pecos, it was nice to be able to pay for arugula again.
Speaking of presidents, tomorrow, we're visiting the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library.
... s parents and their partners. Isaac looked good. Day 3: Matthew went to his first day of work at a new company in Downtown Austin. We went to the park with.....Isaac! and his lovely mom. I picked up Matthew after his firm paid just under $1000 for drinks and dinner for 6!! We love Isaac. Day 4: Ellen goes to work, with Isaac. The boys stare at Mac screens in almost silent togetherness, and Bennie and Kirsten go shoooooppping. Day 5, etc. coming soon. Watch this ...
... has and it feels pretty unsettling. So much change, and I didn't even get to say goodbye to many friends because of the craziness of the mono situation. In addition, I leave tomorrow for two months of European adventures. I'm super excited, but also anxious. It's my first time flying internationally alone, and my first time having this much independence and responsibility. I'm nervous, but can't wait. Hope everything goes well! No more health surprises for this gap year ...
... a whiskey chaser - when in Rome.......). We were taught the 2 step, the local dance, played pool, which Hannah having stuck to just wine won and had a brilliant night and even got a lift home - amazingly friendly people.
Next day was a bit of a write off with a huge lie in and a day spent by the pool and a create your own pancake stack at Denny's. Headed out in the evening to watch thousands of bats come out from the main bridge, have a free ...
... on your own. Pamphlets in many languages are available to explain what you’re seeing. Davy Crockett’s portrait looms large, as do statues of Sam Houston, who served as President of the Republic of Texas, and Stephen Austin, for whom the capital city is named. In the rotunda, portraits of ex-governors surround. To the right of Ann Richards is George W Bush (accidental symbolism?). Current governor Rick Perry ...