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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to check out the Capitol building, the government is always open for business in America right? We jumped on a free tour (whoop whoop) and got to see where all the laws of the land are made. In the main hall they have portraits of all the previous Governors of Texas. The most recent picture was of the one and only George W Bush, who was governor until 2000. I was confused to how the last governor could be 14 years ago until we discovered that Texas' current governor is Rick ...
... to change the room twice during one week.
At least that way I meet more people :-)
The pancakes in the morning with marple sirup are very very nice.
The youth hostel is a little bit further out and when driving on the bus one can clearly notice in what part of town it lies.
One thing that always amazes me about this country is how HUGE and WIDE everything is. The only limit is the sky.
... to cut this trip short due to the imminent birth of the babies
60mi into the journey we experienced ...
After a great few days with Chris & Austin together at home, we headed off to Austin to immerse ourselves in the world of recorders, shawms, viols, gambas, crumhorns, and all manner o f forgotten instruments (and the people who play them). We arrived at Concordia University just in time to sign in, settle into our room and grab some dinner.
... the death of Leslie Cochrane, the man who personified “Keep Austin Weird.” Leslie was born in Miami in 1951, attended Florida State University, then traveled the country, driving a truck on the west coast, working at Safeway in Seattle, skinning and tanning road kill in Colorado, living in a bookmobile in Atlanta.
He rode a tricycle to Austin in 1996, where he mostly lived on the streets, ...