Comfort Suites San Marcos
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... test it before I leave. Now I just have to teach my parents to use a webcam so that I can see my dog every once in a while.
I have the address to where I'll be staying, some cute apartment that overlooks the river. The senora is a single mother named Maribel with one daughter in her 30s. The apartment does have WiFi so it looks like I might not need ...
... asked for a long list of stuff including:
- The hotel we were in (because "it's fancy").
- A helicopter she would park in her driveway.
- A chamber full of gold she would access through a panel in her wall, opened only by a biometric scanner that would read her fingerprint so she could be assured that nobody but her could enter.
I've surmised that one reason I'm not experiencing crabby, screaming kids is because the venue at the hotel ...
... to the edge of Austin's downtown area. Kelsey got her Starbucks fix (in the same store we stopped in yesterday, and the same people were working, and I was wearing the same outfit - oh the shame!), and then we turned around and walked straight out of the city.
As soon as you cross the bridge over Ladybird Lake and hit South Congress, Austin starts getting weird. It wasn't long before we were spotting all kinds of street art, gazing at Electric Cocks (a food truck), ...
... to tackle and not feel overwhelmed like New York or even Chicago as a whole. I feel like it really fits my personality and I will probably be making a comeback appearance in the city in the very near future.
A huge THANK YOU to Adrian, Summer, Roman and Ellery for opening up their home and playing tour guide. Next up... Arkansas!!
... to bed at seven o’clock last night, and her alarm managed to wake me an hour before mine was due. I decided it wasn’t worth snoozing for that short time so I rummaged in the dark and checked the plug sockets for any leftover iPods or chargers, opened the drawers to check I hadn’t left any toiletries or books for the next guest, and finally stripped the bed in preparation for my early-morning check-out. Of course I had to run the noisiest ...