Extended Stay America - Austin - Northwest - Research Park
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Although we did lots of fun things over Christmas in NY; the cold, dreary weather really gets to you so we continued to try and do some interesting indoor things. On January 30 we saw "Chicago" as part of 2 for 1 Broadway week and the next night Jill and Ernst drove over to Brooklyn to meet us for dinner. They got lost and Ernst really needed a drink after arriving two hours late! Poor Jill’s pregnant so had to cope ...
... bags with them collecting cans. There was method to their madness it turned out, for every full bag they handed in, they were given a free festival t-shirt. Good way to organise cheap labour? It seemed to work as the grass was spotless the whole day.
We have also decided that for the next Joburg day the festival goers have come up with the perfect way of finding your friends in the crowds, setting up glow in the dark flags on giant poles. This looks tiresome for the ...
Old photos long-stored in a box conjured up questions and memories of stories told in the past. I found a black and white picture of my parents seated on the running board of his snazzy convertible and couldn't resist tinting the car yellow--as I believe my mother told me it WAS yellow! Were they planning their honeymoon as they sat nestled side ...
... with lines in front of them, campground sold out. We parked the motor home at a mall on the outskirts of the city, took our bikes and hopped on a city bus that took us downtown. There was a University of Texas football game so we rode around the campus-the stadium holds 119,000! The outfit of choice for the female students was cowboy boots and short shorts/skirts....for ...
... we figured out how much it was going to cost to rent the RV, pay for gas and RV parks, and then most likely rent a car each time we stopped somewhere, we changed our minds. After all, you can't really drive a large RV into town - you have to stay on the main roads and stop at RV parks. So we would have had to either trailer our own car (which would have been challenging, to say the least) or rent a car each time we stopped ...