Courtyard Austin - University Area
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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... brought me an “Ontbijtkoek” from Holland after their recent visit – yum!
On the 1st February we saw “The Book of Mormon” on Broadway. It’s one of the highest rated shows but we didn’t love it. Still it’s another thing ticked off the bucket list!
On February 8th I flew to Detroit. I met Matt who was already there and we headed to an Airbnb place in the city. The next morning we got the bus to Ann ...
... Mondays, we came to the conclusion that it was indeed Monday since Franklins were very much closed.
Not on Meredith's list but the next BBQ place we found was Stubbs BBQ and we can now see why this joint did not make the cut. The meat was dry dry dry. Only once we were leaving did we notice the giant barbecue sauce jar on the table behind the menus which may have helped make it less dry.
I had read that the thing to do in the evenings would be to watch ...
... and die within us. But I have never been to Austin, so to see the famous 6th street was pretty amazing and the partying is nonstop!! I finally had received my orders to fly out to Dubai on Thursday and start my 28/28 rotation. I spent a few days in Houston with a good friend Matt Bedrich and was able to get everything situated for my trip to the middle ...
It was only a short drive to Austin which was good, it meant an afternoon getting to have a look around. When we arrived, Art told us that there was some races on this weekend and they were having a festival tonight so we were all keen for checking that out! The races are kinda like the Bathurst 1000 so people from all over America came for the weekend and it was packed everywhere. After dumping our bags at the hostel, it was either a scenic walk in which took an hour or a 20 minute ...
... drop their old leaves when the new spring green comes in. A true Texas tree, they are suited for Hill Country soil and even thrive in the coastal plains.
Seldom over 60 feet tall, their massive crowns may spread up to 120 feet. Known for their longevity and durability, live oaks can live 200 years or more in undisturbed landscapes. Strong wood characteristics, the spreading, low branching ...