HYATT House Austin / Arboretum
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... at "Threadgills" for dinner. The namesake of this establishment mentored Janis Joplin once upon a time. There are photos, lots of them. Gram Parsons is there, Gerry Garcia, Frank Zappa was a regular also. He liked the Mississippi catfish, so on his recommendation I gave it a whirl. For a bottom feeder, done Cajun style, that was a tasty dish to exit Austin with.
At the RV, I laid awake for hours mulling over our last great adventure of Act III. Yet another ...
... Austin at 6:00, and after going through our usual Refreshment Routine (brush teeth, wash face, take a shot of whiskey), we wanted to hit up our favorite Austin spots. First up was Taqueria Jefes, the first taco truck Tina ever took me to when I arrived in Austin. True to form for the city, the truck is just hanging out there off of the highway, in the parking lot of a laundromat. Their tacos al pastor are like no other: spicy, tender, and loaded up with that ...
... s parents and their partners. Isaac looked good. Day 3: Matthew went to his first day of work at a new company in Downtown Austin. We went to the park with.....Isaac! and his lovely mom. I picked up Matthew after his firm paid just under $1000 for drinks and dinner for 6!! We love Isaac. Day 4: Ellen goes to work, with Isaac. The boys stare at Mac screens in almost silent togetherness, and Bennie and Kirsten go shoooooppping. Day 5, etc. coming soon. Watch this ...
... slept, and hydrated like crazy. By Wednesday afternoon I was feeling well enough to go out. I attended the birthday party for the kids that afternoon and the two parties on Thursday. I was excited to be back in action and spending time with the children, and I wasn't even feeling that sick anymore, just kind of tired and run down. We arrive home on Friday night, and the chaperones advise my parents to take me to the doctor just for a check up and maybe some ...
... t think I would enjoy having to stop myself!
One thing to be aware of is that two of the hills are a little rough to get up. You should be fine, but if you are genuinely someone who can't exert themselves physically what-so-ever, you should not do this. But I have asthma and was able to do it; it was my legs that hated me when it was over! But incredibly worth it. One of the coolest things I've ever done and I can't wait ...