Courtyard By Marriott Austin Airport
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... was very low. And then there's the half-wall to the shower that leaves you constantly exposed to the cold air and sends water everywhere. I've had this set up once before in a London Crowne Plaza back in 2008. I think it's standard for Crowne Plazas in Europe and it just doesn't work for me. Breakfast was good. Dinners at the hotel were very yummy and reasonable priced! The pool was a great plus, although I never had a chance to use it.
All in all, great trip!
Our last minute tasks are completed, Charlie is happy at his temporary home in Katy, and we arrived at AUS two hours before our flight time of 12:27 PM. We are traveling light as limited space is available in the safari vehicles in Tanzania, and it is liberating to realize how little you really need to lug along when traveling.
The weather has turned cold, and ...
... and clean and aquamarine blue and being well traversed by kayakers and paddle boarders all day every day. The zenith of the experience is Barton Springs pool which is sourced by underground springs with icy cold water and surrounded by pecan trees that provide welcome respite from the merciless Texan summer sun. I dismissed the idea of combatting the weekend crowds and queues but spent a blissful Monday morning there people and bird watching in between refreshing dips.
... suggested walking a few doors down to Ginny’s. GInny’s is a dive bar (in a good way) that holds Chicken **** Bingo every Sunday and only serves beer and wine. We did not know the beverage situation before arriving and Kaitlyn wanted a vodka something. Luckily for us Ginny’s allows you to bring your own bottle of booze and then sells mixers and ice for a very reasonable $1.50. So Kaitlyn and Christina quickly walked back to their place ...
... the city and it makes me wonder how different Prince George, BC, my hometown, would have been if UNBC (University of Northern British Columbia) had not been built up on the hill outside of town.
Austin is a blue city within a red state meaning that they stand alone as a Democratic and very liberal city within a conservative region. What I admire about the people from Austin is that they have totally figured themselves ...