Courtyard Austin - University Area
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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Lazy morning in bed and couldn't resist taking a sneaky picture of D sleeping. He looks so innocent but this guy snores and jumps in his sleep like a racing jockey. Makes me jump lol. D has got so many hobbies it makes me seem so boring. He was showing me how he has a dj set up thing on his computer where he can mix different songs together. He's very good at it I must say. D then made us some lunch. ...
... the deicing of a delayed Delta flight. After boarding our flight our plane also goes through the process. After only a brief delay we settle in for the two-hour flight to Atlanta where we will change to another Delta flight bound for Amsterdam. We have sufficient time to make our way via tram from Terminal A to Terminal F where me meet some of our fellow ...
Very fun day! The Spurgeon children arrived ready to give Ailish lots of lovin' (Aunt Giselle & Uncle Jeff too). It was precious to see how attentive they were to their new cousin. Ailish responded with tons of smiles. For lunch we went to Austin Park & Pizza - a kid's dream, a pizza buffet all day long with all the pizza & drinks you want. They also loved the climbing wall, bumper boats and go-carts. Michael was tall enough to do all of it! Who cares it was 95 ...
... They know who and what they are and they celebrate their culture fully. Austin's motto is "Keep Austin Weird" and indicates the importance they place on "collaborative fission of creative individualism". This creative spirit of the city, supported by education and research, funded by innovative programs like the BiGAustin's Smart Loans and the Texas Emerging Technology Fund, help make Austin the third highest patent producing ...
... weekend). For some reason, I left a couple feet of space in between my car and the vehicle behind me when I parked. Alvin told me I had more room to back up, but I was so delirious and tired from driving roughly 70 hours that week that I just ignored him and got out of the car. The next morning, I was woken up by Alvin's mom at 8 a.m. to learn that a tree had fallen overnight and landed right in the spot in between my car and the one behind me. Had ...