Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin - University Area
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... worlds largest cedar rocker as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records. (Although we saw one on our Route 66 trip that they said was the world's largest, so who knows.) After spending about 20 minutes looking around, we climbed aboard our home on wheels and continued south. Our next stop was in Lampasas for the obligatory daily stop at Walmart for a few items. The rest of the trip was uneventful and ...
... a picture cause I got goose bumps. I stopped by Stubb's on the way back and had a locally brewed IPA. It was dam good as well but I suspect anything I had here would taste good. :-). Get along well with the one bar tender. He kinda lets me know when to arrive etc. I'm writing this early addition in the shade by the pool. Water feels like there were a lot of kids in before me but when you get out it feels nice....like being on vacation. I want to use the ...
Austin, the capital of Texas! Texans are very proud. They are the only state that hangs the state flag at the same level as the American flag. At the state capital, they made all the statues face south (facing away from amercia/Washington). And in true Texan fashion, they made the capital building taller than the Washington capital building. 6th street in Austin has about 80 bars, its all ...
... no idea where to go or what to see except the bats under the congress bridge. (a friend of mine, Vanessa, told me about these bats and it seemed like something we could check out)
The problem was the bats don't come out till dusk and that was hours away. So we found a place to wonder and ended up in the Texas State Cemetery. This was a huge place and we got to see many graves of some very impressive people. This also included a hill for ...
They said it would never happen to me. Here i was walking down an aisle with a girl next to me. We were walking in time to the music, heading toward the man standing at the end of the aisle. Then, he spoke my name and it was done. He handed me my diploma and High School was over. As I look back on those years now, I call that time from birth to HS graduation, "Act One". It was quiet an experience.
They were both ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking