Fairfield Inn & Suites Austin Northwest/Arboretum
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... to see and luckily standing on the top of the bridge we didn't get pooped on.
After two days of poor eating we hit the gym first thing the next morning for a 20 minute run, had a light breakfast in the hotel lobby, and then headed to our next must see activity: water bike riding!
We arrived late morning for what was already promising to be a really hot day and set out on our water bikes under the same bridge we had stood on the night before to see the ...
... will be hitting these ladies up when I go back to visit. Albuquerque, New Mexico was next...decided to take a try at couchsurfing. I ended up staying the night with the sweetest couple, Romi and Dez, who made my first couch surfing experience the best!! Definitely plan on doing it again :):) While in ABQ I went on a hike at Elena Gallegos Park...it was absolutely gorgeous and I loved my alone time there! From Albuquerque I drove down to Carlsbad where I found ...
... br> 11. Wear shorts... without feeling like a prostitute
12. finally order my frapachino decafe, and for only a slightly inflated price
13. Drink normal tasting water and get free water at a restaurant
14. Play assasins creed
We've been planning this six week driving vacation in the Western United States for several months now. And by "we", I mean that Caroline has been planning all of the important details of our trip (airlines, rental car, hotels, rental homes, parks, attractions, etc.) and I've been in charge of the trip "electronics" (cameras, iPads, hot spot, and that's about it). But I think we've both had fun thinking through the ins and outs of this ...
... bunch of different ones. The GeoGlimpse was about how the Canyon was formed, the different layers of rock, and the Colorado River. The Condor Talk was of course about the famous Californian Condor, which made a comeback from 22 to over 400. Some flew over as we were talking about them.
After the Canyon we drove off to Edwards, Colorado, which is a town in Vail Valley. On the way we stopped at 4 Corners National Monument, which I've been obsessed ...