Days Inn Austin Crossroads
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... my flight when we first found out). Matt arrived later and together we went to say goodbye to Tigger. I don’t think I’ll ever get over not being there with him and miss him every day.
It was Matt’s birthday a few days later and on the following Saturday we went to the NY Cat Café. I had booked months in advance (and before we had Jax). It was hard to see all the cats with our loss of Tigger still so raw, but it was good knowing that many of the ...
Tina and I will be embarking on our first of what may be, many cruises. We will be boarding the Carnival Freedom Cruise Ship on November 9, 2014 in Ft Lauderdale, Florida, We fly out on November 9th and shortly after landing, we board the ship. Its exciting and scary at the same time. We will be on vacation from the 9th thru the 15th. visiting different areas. ...
The Columbia River Gorge is 80 miles long and up to 4,000 feet deep. It cuts the only sea-level route through the Cascade Mountains. The construction of the Columbia River Highway began in 1913 and was considered one of the greatest engineering feats of the modern age. Samuel C. Lancaster was the engineer, and he did not want to destroy the grandeur of the gorge. ...
We left Dallas this morning for the 200mile/3hr drive south to Austin.
Checked into the Omni Hotel in downtown Austin about 3pm
Walked down to Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop for a coffee as you would in Austin. Damn good coffee here and excellent bike shop....no sign of Lance though.
Walking back towards our hotel we noticed how many rooftop bars ...
... we figured out how much it was going to cost to rent the RV, pay for gas and RV parks, and then most likely rent a car each time we stopped somewhere, we changed our minds. After all, you can't really drive a large RV into town - you have to stay on the main roads and stop at RV parks. So we would have had to either trailer our own car (which would have been challenging, to say the least) or rent a car each time we stopped ...