Embassy Suites Hotel Austin Central
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... the next city I will be heading to is…..SAN DIEGO!!! I am going back home!! I’m so excited to be spending 13 weeks with my family and friends. I will be working a rotating day/night shift in the NICU at UCSD Hospital in Hillcrest. I will be starting the end of September and working through Christmas. Since I won’t be starting work until the end of September, that gives me about two and a half weeks to do what I do best…EXPLORE!! I am beginning ...
... entitled to as a Brit visiting a foreign country. In celebration I decided to walk the grounds of the University of Texas seeing as I was staying so close. I have to say, after a few seconds I was in love with the place like bunnies love their mates on the first day of spring - easter reference, kinda, no? Bit weird? Let's move on.
As has happened with almost every city, one of the first things I did was check out the history museum. It's pretty ...
We get a free breakfast at this hotel in Austin but the cut off time is 9.30am, we had the alarm set at 9am but both fell back to sleep and didn't end up waking until 11.15am. Those late nights and not sleeping well in Hollywood had caught up with us and we just couldn't wake up. Once we did get up, having missed the free breakfast at the hotel, we went to the IHOP which is just across the car park from our hotel. IHOP stands for international house ...
... in a city as great as Austin. Austin is funky,
the people are friendly and its size is very manageable without ever
being boring. The only negatives are July and August which are oven
hot, lack of access to great beaches and where do you go when you want
to leave Austin. Texas is big and it requires a flight out. We could
not wait for our time in Austin and the way the schedule worked out I
was going to be there for a week and Kara ...
... operation. And I started geeking out on hip replacement procedures.
We got home and I went to YouTube. I watched a few OR videos on hip replacements, so naturally I felt pretty confident that armed with some tools from the garage, a bottle of whiskey and the kitchen counter, I could do what this other clown could. And after informing Kathy of this, she actually insisted on allowing the total stranger she met only an hour prior to ...