AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Banquet room
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... planning our only full day in Austin (tomorrow). --------------------------------------- ---------------- Being our only full day in Austin, we packed as much as we could into today. Starting with a $2 (all-day ticket) bus trip into Downtown Austin we explored the streets briefly before beginning a Segway tour (another) of Austin! After Rachel and I concluded that it was the most efficient way to see Dallas, we decided to do another (with the ...
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itchhiking Warning: Drivers in possession of drugs!!!! Recently a new hazard to hitchhiking has been brought to my attention. I have ridden with people in possession of, or smoking marijuana. And I have ridden with a guy who I believed after the fact to be using coke. But I never thought much about it. This has now changed. This blog post is about my time hitching to Austin Texas, But before I tell my story I would like to tell the story of a friend of mine who ...
... I love avocados, and frying anything makes it exponentially tastier, so it was just like the yum rocket ship launched through my body. After a few more hours of relaxing and swimming, I had dinner with the Chan's, family friends I grew up with and often saw during my years at boarding school. We ate at a Chinese restaurant- which was a great break ...
... dude’s cowboy hat…..obviously.
John and I scoped out 6th street and found another bar to go to later, we moved up there around 11. There we danced like crazy people, the DJ was great and bang from one great tune to another, everyone was hoping around and Josh had a dance off with a little Spanish dude which was pretty amusing.
Left the bar at 2 as it closed, saw all the others into taxis and then tried to find one more ...