Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin - University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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On the way to Austin, I didn't realize exactly where the LBJ ranch was in planning my itinerary (I screwed up). Somehow I went 15 miles past where the the actual ranch was. I will blame this on Ann. For two reasons, she is my official navigator (even though she is absent). I don't know why I didn't pick it up, because I saw a sign that said I passed over the Perdnales River. I knew that LBJ's ranch ...
... and for the third game in a row, we watched the home team win. The ballpark in Arlington is actually a really beautiful park that is huge and yet doesn't have the features of a huge modern park (aka big screens and flashy parts). It was very simple and huge (cause they don't do anything in moderation in Texas) and it was another great place to catch a ballgame. After the game there was a softball homerun derby and these guys were cranking the ball ...
Sam rolled up again this morning to join us for breakfast.
Our plan today was to walk down to the Austin Visitor's Centre and take the Austin Duck Adventure Tour. This is a tour around Austin on a bus, not just any old bus,.....this one is an amphibious bus!
We got down to 6th St at 10:50 and picked out tickets up for the tour. Looking through the Visitors centre there was all sorts of merchandise with the catch cry "Keep Austin Weird". I ...
I'm home! I came home sick, but I am back in my house, my bed, my shower! I have coughed my way through several countries, but I'm back!
The last days were so great, in spite of the Peruvian flu. I had a little time to reflect on the entire trip since I had to isolate myself from the girls for a day because of my illness. It was truly an ...
... to yourself, "Let 'em deal with THAT. Heh heh."
I've reached both of these stages in my life, which means you're the poor unfortunate souls who are going to have to read the story of my doctor's appointment today.
Today was a normal check up for me. I've only seen this doctor once before and came away thinking he had a good sense of humor, which seems to be a more common trait among doctors these days. I'm glad for that, because for ...