Extended Stay America - Austin - Arboretum
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... to conclude that another term would most certainly kill him. No doubt, he gave this country all the heart muscle he had to give. He only lived to the age of 65. His retirement lasted a meager 9 years, and it seemed that life without power and objectives did not suit him.
I rode around Austin, up and down 6th street checking out the literally hundreds of bars. I can't figure out why they have probably 50 ATM's sprinkled amongst all ...
... whole time. We took the banker's advice to get a special debit card and that took three trips to the bank. We have doubled back over and over as we remember one thing but forget one. Very stressful. But out plan is to go with it as soon as the shuttle arrives. Should be here any minute. Here we ...
Ahhh Austin, how cool you are and how very much you remind me of Toronto. Cool, hip and funky with good looking, in-shape, well tatted, oh so hip denizens, a variety of cool neighbourhoods, a vibrant music scene, and tons of great restos, bars and shops. They do, however, have the most awesome ...
... that's where I get to step in… We decided to pack a week in advance to make sure that we had everything. We gave the packing list to each kid and asked them to layout all of the items in our entry way so that we can account for everything. Catherine immediately started gathering all of her items and began stacking them neatly in well laid out piles in front of her suitcase. Sam Jackson, on the other hand, sat down on the floor in ...
A number of things happen as you age. One is that hair sprouts up on parts of your body which make you say something along the lines of "Hey... I didn't know hair could grow there." Followed by "How the heck do I shave that?" Another is that the list of things that embarrass you gets smaller each year. An obvious upside to this phenomena is that telling certain stories can make others feel awkward enough to clear out of a room and you get to use attrition to ...