Hampton Inn & Suites Austin Lakeway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are home! This is from Doris.......
This has been a fantastic bike/car trip. I think I had the better time! I enjoyed the time I spent sitting along the side of the road stitching a Christmas stocking for Danny. I only have 1 more to go after Danny's!
It is amazing how different it is to sit still and watch what goes on around you. Some of ...
Dear Friends and Family, We have arrived at 48 Cottondale Road after circumnavigating the globe in 48 days without incident or accident. . Flights worked out even though it is a long way from New Delhi, India to Texas. Our last major stop was the Puskar Camel Festival and I have added only a few pictures of the infamous Ships of the Desert. Andrew and I hope that you have enjoyed this little picture of all that we saw. Love, ...
Welcome to my blog! This is my first international trip and I am SO excited to finally get to go to some of my favorite countries that I have always wanted to go to.
For the first leg of my trip, I will be in London, England with my Brit family from August 3-9. We will be heading to Salcombe, England to stay from the 9th-16th, and head back to London. On the 18th, the second leg of my trip will commence and I will go off on my own to Scotland. I cannot wait!
... a hangout for "River Rats," who kayak, canoe and fish on this unique river. It's spring-fed, which is rare here and runs the year around. The water is clear and much like you'd see at home...without the ice.
We got to Junction, TX, the closest town to the park with ease. The flatlands gave way to rolling hills covered with brush and Live Oak trees, much like we've seen further south. The Live Oak has a leaf that is narrow and shaped ...
... him saying the reassuring things people say to tiny little animals. At that point, it was all over. Game, set, match. Strangely enough, Kathy didn't realize it at the time.
Eventually, we left and Kathy kept talking about the cat. I knew we'd be returning the next day to get the cat, even though Kathy said she had no such intention. "I'll have to sleep on it," she said.
As we had this conversation sitting on ...