Courtyard by Marriott Austin Northwest/Arboretum
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... start-up stories.
On February 13th we flew to Austin, Texas with Kat, Gav, Yvette and Pat. We rented a great house walking distance to Rainey Street and headed there as soon as we were settled in. We had a great BBQ lunch at Bangers before continuing on to 6th Street – a big party street. We had a few cocktails along the way before heading out for a great Indian dinner a bit later.
The next morning we had a Mexican breakfast ...
... to see and luckily standing on the top of the bridge we didn't get pooped on.
After two days of poor eating we hit the gym first thing the next morning for a 20 minute run, had a light breakfast in the hotel lobby, and then headed to our next must see activity: water bike riding!
We arrived late morning for what was already promising to be a really hot day and set out on our water bikes under the same bridge we had stood on the night before to see the ...
Monday 26th May, our last full day in Austin and the rain that has threatened for the last few days has finally arrived. It's nice to do the laze around the house thing. A load of washing is done in readiness for the next part of our trip, New York tomorrow. With bellies grumbling we head out for a late lunch. We all enjoy beef fajitas at Lupe Tortilla and margaritas all round. We spend an hour or two re-packing our bags and sorting some bits and pieces to be sent home. We ...
... Sue, Sam and I drove around to a massive park and out came the Sherrin for a few dobs...... end to end. I haven't kicked the footy since Sam was 15 so it was a rusty start. But it wasn't too long before I was dobbing a drop punt 50m and the odd "Screwy" 60m. I even got the checkside working. It rekindled a few memories for me, 30yrs ago when I was in my prime!
I am penning this blog whilst cooking some red wine jus and I can ...
... act like clowns - that's tradition, eat good grub and spend lots of time in the water staying cool. The boys also made some new friends and loved exploring Jon's and Fin's wonderful yard. All in all it was just a great time seeing the old crew. The only problem was, like everything in life, is that it wasn't long enough - although Jon and Fin may have a different perspective on that.