Hampton Inn & Suites Buda
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... I did for my day job... Free drinks. Free swag. By the end of SXSW I had enough free t-shirts to cloth the third world twice over. There was the mystery of Phils flooded toilet that went unsolved until a week after the festival when Phil came clean about it.. The opposite to how I'd describe his toilet. As a fair well gift I cleaned it for him. Apparently it had never been cleaned before in its history and i can believe it.. Shanahan took the living room. ...
... sincere look on her face appeared on the verge of tears. She simply whispered "Thank you" and gave me a big hug. Of course I had no idea why what had transpired was so important to her, but it was obvious there was a deeply emotional story behind her gratitude. And I think of all the things I saw and all the people I met, that will stick with me the most.
And if I could have one wish, it would be to get a copy of every picture that had been taken.
... are parks and green space, but unlike what most people think, they are not right downtown or on the river, you kinda need to search for them
- Austin is all about sustainability and catering towards the young professionals
- Austin's motto is "Keep Austin Weird"- there is no doubt you see that they have managed to create a uniqueness about the city while still being proud to be Texan
- Unlike most ...
... so I guess we need to find a different winter job (maybe something in Fl.)
So we are looking forward to getting on the road again, hopefully we will have a great season with no breakdowns or problems. This year looks like we will do about 33,000 miles from Feb. - Nov. 2012 and maybe visit more then 51 cities this year. First part of the trip we will get to see the grand ...
This sounds like an excellent adventure, and I wish you all the best. I just want to say one thing, please learn from my mistakes and do not underestimate the altitude in Bolivia. I know you've traveled in Chile, but remember you've been back in the lowlands for awhile. Anyway, good luck with the research, and I can't wait to hear about all your exploits.