Economy Inn Austin
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... create a trail system, so years later, they named the lake after her in honor of her.
I have heard a lot about Austin and so many great things. Everyone seems to love it, however I didn't think that much of it. San Antonio was awesome, but Austin just seemed like another town with a capital in it. I didn't go out at night, which seems to be quite popular. Maybe if I would have had a local, then things would have been different?
... us both though it. Well, this was more for my benefit as it was my first tattoo (sorry dad). We had the idea of getting Suzanne the van tattooed on us with the word 'Wanderlust' coming out of the exhaust. This means desire to travel so we thought it was really appropriate. A few hours later and we both had tattoos! Mine is on my ribs and Jenny's on her ankle. I am so excited, the tattoo is amazing and I really feel that it has made my roadtrip experience even ...
It looked as if a regular residential block had been bought out and converted into restaurants, with Christmas lights illuminating each yard and candles flickering throughout each house making it an ideal destination for romantic interludes. I really wish we would have stopped in for a drink, but we were already buzzing and I wanted to avoid another evening hangover repeat.
We got back to the house and freshened up a ...
... played guitar a neat way and had a old fashion looking dress etc. Really too bad she started so late cause that is why I went to this place.
Food seemed good to me. I had two tamales with beans some kind of green sauce a bit of salad and rice and of course an Austin amber. I'm not a Mexican food expert but it tasted good. We'll see in the morning.
la musica es nuestra alma
P.S. Doug is a little out of sorts today so I left him in the Zehrs bag.
Well, Park City was great. Dad wasn't there of course, but that didn't stop us from having fun. We went shopping, bowling, movie watching, we walked around town, and hiked. One day I very stupidly suggested that we go to a pet adoption center, with no intention of adopting a pet. Just to look around at the animals. Sam was carried out screaming and wailing. I think the Park City Child Protective Service was on standby. So, Mom promised her a small dog for ...