Hampton Inn Austin/Airport Area South
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... early the next morning for our Greyhound bus to Houston, Texas, a 7 hour journey. The Greyhound wasn't like the smart new one we caught to get from New York City to New Haven, it was like going back to the '90's / early '00's with the classic obligatory drug addicts and generally pretty rough people. It was fine by us as it was comfortable enough and made for some light entertainment at times, also our entire journey only cost ...
Well, The Bachelor Party started off with a nice round of golf. Who I am I kidding, Not one of us could swing a club straight by the 5th hole. With all the friends there we headed down to check into our place for the weekend. I am just going to fast forward until sunday because what happen over the weekend will never be spoken of! Only the memories ...
Ailien is back to work today after the Thanksgiving holiday break. Our plan today was to explore the Austin downtown a little then see Sam and Ailien for lunch.
Awoke this morning to a magnificent day certainly the warmest day so far with forecast max of 24deg.
After a stroll around the shops in the 2nd Street Precinct Sue and I strode off to Ailien's work place to meet up and drive back to their apartment.
... bars) and then watching the bats fly out from the Congress Ave Bridge at sunset.
The next day we had to ourselves as Spencer had to work so we decided to go paddle boarding and shopping on Congress Ave. To end the day we had dinner at the new Brick House down the road from Spencer's.
We loved Austin and felt it would be a great place to live if you were in the ...
"I wonder who that's worse for, you or me."
Not one nano-second passed before he emphatically answered, "ME. Just think of it this way, you have to get this once a year. I have to do it FIVE TIMES A DAY. And the whole time I'm praying against latex breakage." He started demonstrating by extending his index finger, moving it slowly forward and saying with his eyes closed, "Oh please... oh please... oh please... don't break."