Best Western Executive Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Madrid at 9:50 am journey will continue. Theresa is on her way to NYC we meet up in Madrid. In Austin meet up with a guy from our church that was on my plane. Kevin and I were just talking about him last night. Kevin wanted to call him but didn't have his cell number well now he does. Wow how God ...
... to the locals is home to about 6 college foot ball games per year. It's insane! Austin is also home to Michael dell and lance Armstrong. Google has just moved its head quarters here and hence this area is being seen as the next Silicon Valley. Austin is one of the fastest growing cities in the USA and is the fittest city in USA. We walked the river in the morning, beautiful and very ...
... to find a Mexican Restaurant. It was just across Lamar Boulevard, not a hundred yards from the Bazaar Flea Market.
We decided to order a plate of appetizers, which included Quesadias, which is spelled wrong, Nachos and Flautas. Guacamole and sour cream accompanied the items, along with a very tasty salsa and chips. It was plenty for the two of us, but I must admit, that we DID clean up the plate. The food was very good and the ...
... the other days yet!) so I've time to spare.
Had a quick lunch at the Four Seasons then dressed a room at the W Hotel with some photo's to jazz it up for a party that evening, looked really good.
All glammed up and the most simple dinner ever (plain pasta) and over to the W, fairly quiet unfortunately but everything is untested in Austin as its the first time. Home about 1ish.
17 Nov - ...
... the bats, so off we went to the Congress Street bridge. We got there early, which was good because we enjoyed beautiful views of downtown as the sun set. It got darker and darker and the bats were nowhere to be seen. When they finally came out, it was almost completely dark. We didn't see them at first but we heard the excited screams of the people who had set up shop below the bridge. We finally spotted them, all coming out directly under us. Clouds of them ...