Hampton Inn & Suites Buda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... in droves to escape the cost of living and cultural shifts occurring in places like LA. The estimate is that 150 people move to Austin every day. The problem is that, while Austin is very tolerant and respectful of people's differences, they are fiercely protective of their culture and from many conversations I had, they are beginning to resent the fact that others have discovered their magic.
Fortunately, as ...
... things I learned right away. Being Santa is extremely simple. The kids and parents all know what to do. The key is to let them do it and don't get in their way. They all know the drill, so when they come over to sit and ask you for gifts, just sit there, prompt them a little and listen. You don't have to run the show. Nod a lot. Say a couple of reassuring things and don't promise anything. Trying to do too much can wreck the whole experience. Before too long, ...
... Within the first 30 minutes their shirts were saturated with sweat, but they never lost their vigor, their enthusiasm or their senses of humor. These guys were unstoppable and I loved watching them work. Every time they put items down, they took the numbered inventory tags off of them and called out the numbers to Kathy, who checked them off the inventory sheet.
In the middle of it all, Glen said to me, "I wish I had these guys in ...
... 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 ...
... Capitol, we went for a little wander, but couldn't see all that much - so we caught the bus back to our hostel to grab our swimming stuff, then caught another bus to a river that has actually been given over as a public swimming place. The water was ICY cold, it literally stole your breath away, but it was a welcome relief, seeing as it was boiling.
From there, we went to TGI Friday (finally!), because it was near Congress Street Bridge, and ...