Economy Inn Austin
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The house was really great – double story with an attic for storage, full finished basement, three bedrooms, small study, sun room, exercise room, dining room, kitchen, lounge, double garage and two bathrooms. The best thing was the huge deck and fenced yard. Tammy was amazing and had recommended the best contractors for the day. In the end the inspection turned up a few big things that needed to be fixed. Part of the drain had to be replaced (Orangeburg ...
... was a part of the group that went skydiving with me, so we were hoping to have the free fall experience minus the threat of death. After a short briefing, we suited up in our jump suits, goggles and helmets and walked into the chamber. Zach went first and got the hang of it pretty quickly, so the pressure was on me not to embarrass myself. As you step into the wind tunnel and let the air lift you up, it's a weird sensation. It's not like your falling, but ...
Wow! We woke up at 3 am and were on our flight at 6:30. It was a smooth flight with arrival on time at airport. We hired a shuttle but it took us almost 2 hours to get to hotel due to traffic! The President was in town in the morning for the dedication of the new 9/11 museum.
Unfortunately we were not able to visit Ground Zero. We checked into the hotel and then walked over to the ...
In Austin, you see all these t-shirts and hats and souvenirs that say weird Austin or keep Austin weird, it's like their slogan or something, today we would find out why. We had an early night and finally got out of bed early enough to make the 9.30am cut off for breakfast. It was a fairly descent free breakfast, cereals, juices, coffee, tea, muffins, Danish, fruits, toast and a waffle maker with the mix ready to go. After breakfast we did our laundry ...
... and started weeping: "I can't find anything, I don't have enough socks, I can't go on this trip…" He was admittedly a little tired from his sleep-over the night before. But with a little help from Mommy, we were able to get him squared away as well.
Our flight is scheduled to depart on Saturday at 3:15pm, and we have a van picking us up from the house at 1pm. I think we're ready to go…! Let the fun begin. :-)