Candlewood Suites - Austin South
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... place had live music! I wish I had been just a little bit older so we could have at least gone into one and hung out.
Before this trip I thought that I knew I definitely didn't want to live in Texas, and that I didn't understand why people would want to move there, especially immediate graduates. After visiting though, I realized it's a super cool place! There is such a lively scene with music and a cool downtown area, it was just the right ...
Big props for the Austin Aquarium for free admission after the shooting here at Fort hood! The girls loved it! First time for Lux at an aquarium and SOO much for her to look at! Joy always enjoys touching stingrays and reptiles! Great family fun with some ...
... to LAX for we had to get there to catch the 8.30am which would give us plenty of time. We got up and checked out early and walked down Hollywood blvd with our luggage to the closest train station on the red line that runs to Union station, it takes 20 minutes to get to Union Station so we left the hotel at 7.30am and got to the station and straight onto the 7.45 train which arrived at Union station by 8.10am giving ...
and then had lunch at the Shady Grove. What a perfect afternoon. That
night Alex welcomed Tony, Torrey, Sarah Meadows, Annie and Ramie to
town. We ate at Guero's with Kathy. Kara then went crazy decorating
the Grimace house with ribbon, wrapping paper and streamers so Sam's
birthday would lose none of its feel on the road. The next morning,
Sam's birthday, we had very clear instructions from our youngest. There
was to be ...
... such a cool part of town, with some really interesting shops and thrift shops. It was a really warm day so on the way home we went for another swim and then went to see if the bats were out. Every night at sunset, under the collarado bridge 1.5 million bats start flying out looking for food. People were gathered all over the bridge and riverbanks to see this spectacle with lots of people hiring boats to paddle underneath. It wasn't what we expected but we did see lots of tiny ...