Comfort Suites Austin Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So, now that I'm home, what was the best and worst of my trip...
Hamlet of course, is probably the highlight of the trip. Having started the process of getting tickets nearly 15 months ago, I admit it was worth every minute of planning and every penny for the theatre membership and the ticket purchase. And I got to see Benedict at the stage door... whoohoo!
And Rome turned out better than I expected. I was anxious, of course, to navigate the city on my ...
... is a fortress with numerous rooms and even stairways that allow you to climb 3 stories high. I was enamoured with the cement filled tires set with pliers, wrenches and other old hand tools. This is a real must-see.
Here I was in Austin, but I seemed to have brought the west coast drizzle along with me. So, for lunch, I tucked into J. Black's Feel Good Kitchen & Lounge downtown for a breakfast burrito and its build ...
... sun sank at a regular pace below the horizon, a few baby bats that I at first mistook for humming birds, sprang forth furiously flapping to a guard of raised digital devices capturing mottled images, most of which were already available on google by the truck load. The bat parents followed and there were a lot of them, no doubt about that.
Twilight passed with the photo opportunity and we strolled back at a pace well below that of a bat out of hell. We ...
... before at Pint House we were directed to Paco’s. We had lamented that Torchy’s was a bit underwhelming. After breakfast I will definitely give the nod to Paco’s. It is outside of downtown, the outside patio and interior is decorated with all sorts of kitch novelties and the tacos were delicious. After breakfast we took a drive up Mt. Bonnell. At the top was a view of the city skyline and the multi million dollar homes that lined the ...
... we liked Austin a lot better. It has a quirky vibe to it and more space to hang out and enjoy your time. San Antonio seemed to be equal parts 1) typical big city, 2) theme park, and 3) River Walk geared to get tourists to open wallets.
Overall, we really enjoyed our time in Eastern and Central Texas. Stay tuned for our next entry, in which you'll hear all about Lajitas, Texas, the Rio Grande, border patrols, Bid Bend National Park, and the beer-drinking goat mayor!