Courtyard By Marriott Austin Airport
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... and a constant 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 deg C). It was 26 deg Celsius and very humid, so by the time we walked there (I was wearing jeans, Ryan had a jumper which he could at least take off), I was ready to get into the water - we were very sweaty and gross! They have bricked up around the springs to create a concrete pool that then overflows and creates a waterfall to form a creek (more the size of a river), that flows quite a way back down through the city, There were quite a ...
... Victoria Pool, Ballston Spa, NY - Aunt Darlene and Uncle Bill's, Rochester - Aunt Peg and Uncle Tom's, St. Louis hotel, Fairfield Bay, AR pool.
And so so many great visits with friends and family!
Thanks to everyone who hosted us, spending time with you all made this trip so memorable and amazing and we'll never forget that!
... everyday of the year.
The spark of weirdness, Armadillo World Headquarters is gone, closed in 1980 after being the music venue that helped bring the crossover of rock and country music. AWH gave us the Austin Sound, progressive country music. Artists like Michael Martin Murphy, Gary P . Nunn, Jerry Jeff Walker and The Lost Gonzo Band, Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airman, Ray Wylie Hubbard & The ...
Clear skies and warm weather greeted us this morning as we made our way to the Circuit of America’s for the penultimate round of the 2013 Formula One Championship. We were in our seats at Turn 1 for the first of 2 support races. The Formula Vintage race was an invitation event featuring cars from yesteryear. The next support race was the Ferrari 458 Challenge — Ferrari owners competing in their own cars. We watched their ...
... hick towns along the way. We ended up in Houston in the early afternoon, made our transfer (you know, the one that we only had 20 minutes to make) and somehow ended up at the front of that line as well! Everything was coming up, well, us. A few hours later we arrived at the Greyhound terminal in Austin, alive and well. We grabbed a cab to the hostel (nice and cheap-ish) and settled in to our 14 bed dorm room (facepalm). At least our neighbours were lovely! ...