Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - 6th St.
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... start-up stories.
On February 13th we flew to Austin, Texas with Kat, Gav, Yvette and Pat. We rented a great house walking distance to Rainey Street and headed there as soon as we were settled in. We had a great BBQ lunch at Bangers before continuing on to 6th Street – a big party street. We had a few cocktails along the way before heading out for a great Indian dinner a bit later.
The next morning we had a Mexican breakfast ...
... 000 and 1,500,000 bats fly out from under the Congress Avenue bridge where at night they left their roosts in search of food. The nightly ritual can happen anytime between half an hour before and half an hour after sunset according to the official website, however after waiting until well after 8pm when the sun had officially gone down at 7.10pm, we concluded that since bats don't have watches, there is no way to predict when they will come out. When they did it was ...
... They named their business Cross & Dimmitt. They sold their postcards from the running boards of their Model T at Crown Point as the Columbia River Highway was under construction. A set of 20 cards cost $1.00.They later built a stand at Crown Point. When Dimmitt died in 1963 at age 82, he had managed Vista house for 40 years.
The Band - We walked into the stadium while the band was playing pregame. I was pleased to hear Iowa State's alma mater, The Bells of Iowa State, being played. At first I thought that the ISUCF"V"MB had made the trip, but I when I emerged from the tunnel, I was surprised to see that it was the Texas band playing Iowa State's song. Classy.
The Longhorn Band's halftime show was all about tributes. The majority of the show was ...
... Did you win a contest?” “No, I’m turning fifteen,” was her answer. A family that had been touring the capitol while I was inside squealed in delight at this photo-op and jumped to pose with her. Father and brother beamed.
The grounds were filled with kids chasing squirrels, bicycles propped against a tree while their riders rested beside, helmets on the ground; picnics spread for families; a ...