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Travel Blogs from Buda
... have my shualde in my purse so I am ready. I need to arrive in Los Angeles tomarrow night and reserve space so I can be attending school my first week before I move into a new place. This should all take about four days total and in my Friday I will move in. It's exhausting but it's likewise really cool because I get to finally move into the long said new apartment in my art district which in itself is totally co op y . And continue ...
... change hopefully. My fave book genre is biography, which is primarily focused on people who travel to foreign countries & are of service; and how foreigners' lives are alike. For instance, I am currently readin' 'Escape from Camp 14' by Blaine Harden. In addition, National Geographic magazine was my 10 year subscription. They are my inspiration. So, it pretty much sums up about my determination.
I have been trying to write this blog for the past two days, and end up getting distracted doing other things. Well we finished the oil rig job and said goodbye to Carla the cow and all her friends ( I think we might have lost a little bit of our sanity doing this job). Felt good to get out of the camper and get a nice hot shower/bath, and see what the real world is like. We ...
... chain of steakhouses. The only beers they sell in Ft Stockton are lite this and that . . . and Shiner Bock for those with more discerning taste. After all, this is Texas.
By the time we reached Buda on Friday afternoon, MJ and I were pretty sick; I enough that I finally agreed to see a doctor. We found a walk-in clinic run by St. David’s Hospital, the Austin hospital at which son Michael worked for some time many years ago. I was the only patient and got really ...
... continued walking to S Congress St (the trendy place to shop) across the bridge (where millions of bats migrate each night) in search of shops. We found many very trendy and quirky shops, but no mainstream inexpensive chains. I told Mum and Lisa that it was probably for the best, but they told me that they still had one more day to go.
To cool down, we hopped into Allens Boots store. We have noticed that a pair of cowboy boots appears to be a necessity ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking