Extended Stay America - Austin - Arboretum - North
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... taking off and landing.
One bit of advice for getting aboard a Lufthansa flight. First class and business class as well as people needing assistance or traveling with small children get on board first and then it is first come first get on! Of course you have your seat assignment but it is nice to make sure you have room in the overhead bin for all of your things! We had gotten to the check in area early and so were some of ...
... how bad it is! He has never really been one to snore, unless he has had a few beers, so I don't know where it has come from but it's louder than an elephant on heat (I'm told from Google that this is loud). It's not a snore you can drain out either; I had to get up and hold his nose, eventually he twitched my hand away but it stopped the snoring. Phew. I got to sleep peacefully, but was awoken later on to the snores again. Luckily I was so tired and still half asleep I could ignore it this ...
... it felt great to be in the city where my family had lived and my dad was born. The rest of my time was spent exploring downtown San Antonio. I took a trolley tour around the city, saw the Alamo, and took a boat tour throughout the RiverWalk. San Antonio was a lot of fun. I had planned on staying another day, but I had seen what I wanted to see and decided that since I had an extra day to kill, why not head to Houston and check out a new spot for a day. I bid farewell to ...
Less than 24 hours until I leave!!! The past couple of days have been a little stressfull since I've been working everyday and trying to squeeze in all my errands and packing in the evenings. My evenings would consist of "Oh, I need to pay my HOA fee since I'll be gone on the 1st" "Make sure to take my Malaria tablets with me." "Small bag or big bag?" "Do I ...
... I used the day to get a feel for a few to see where I wanted to be for the race. Watched the F1 qualifying from 3 different vantage points, session 1 from the pit straight just before turn 1, session 2 from turns 2 & 3, then headed over the bridges to turn 16. As soon as the session ended I headed straight for the autograph session line thinking I'd be there early, but no, the lines, one for each team were already substantial. I was on a mission ...