Doubletree By Hilton Hotel Austin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
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... Central Station. It’s a bit of an iconic restaurant although the food itself wasn’t anything special. After dinner we had drinks at the Campbell Apartments Bar – a really cool, hidden away little gem.
On 20 March I met Sylwia in Chinatown for a day of exploration. We explored hidden away Buddhist temples and little shops before having lunch. We got stuck in the back room of a temple for about 15 minutes because a ceremony blocked the doorway! I think ...
... back home, in dense traffic (apparently Austin is known for it, but ACL didn't help). The vibes in the traffic were made slightly better by the scenery: Austin's Greenbelt really makes highway driving feel much less suffocating. I commend the city planners. Evidently something over 50% of Austin's population is employed by parks and rec in some form (according to our friend Troy, an Austin Parks and Rec employee).
... They did go to Oregon, and the undivided back postcards tucked into the box hint at the scenes they must have witnessed!
Most of the postcards in the box were Cross & Dimmitt cards. There are three categories of traditional postcards--real photo, lithographed, and special cards. "Real photo", a term referring only to postcards, are ...
... suffering a major flooding of their campground 2 weeks prior. The narrow river that runs through the park had risen 48 feet!! It damaged their visitor center, picnicking sites and took a whole lot of trees down with it. The ranger said that it was the worst flooding the park had ever experienced.
Check this video of the park flooding: http://youtu.be/Q3ZNtlBYP3o
... Phoenix and rent a minivan (yes, I said it - a minivan!). Then we will drive to Sedona, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Diego, and then all the way up the Pacific Coast highway and beyond to Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver. Finally, we will drive back down to Seattle and fly back home to Austin. Along the way, we plan on visiting friends and as many National Parks as we can stomach. I have never been to the Grand Canyon, or the Red ...