Hilton Garden Inn Austin / Round Rock
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... 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 ...
... game 100,000 of them are Longhorns fans and are wearing burnt orange. Before the game starts there are a few traditions:
- The college band performs
- The display of the largest Texas flag in the world
- The national Anthem
- The song "the Eyes of Texas" plays (video below)
So far the Longhorns are 2 - 0 beating Wyoming 37-17 and New Mexico 45 - 0.
... soldiers. What impressed me the most was how old some of these graves were. Plus I found Harvey Dent's grave; I guess he really is dead. (a little batman humor for any who get it haha)
After the cemetery and almost dying from heat exhaustion walking back to the car, we made our way to the congress bridge to see the bats. We ended up relaxing on a small grassy hill just under the bridge for a few hours hoping to catch a glimpse of the ...
... was soooo much bigger than me) and attention to detail with everything possible being Texan branded - even the door hinges!
Although I have yet to work out who these people are, Mum and Lisa tell me that many famous people hail from Austin, including the previously mentioned Matthew McConaughey, Renee Zellweger, Owen Wilson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Sandra Bullock (well she wasn't born here, but lives here now) and the most famous bike rider of them ...
... at-home moms, a 16 year old (who's NEVER been on a plane). Oh, this should be fun.
Several of us going have been to Botswana. Several others have been on missions trips, but to places like India and Mexico. I think that this will be one of the most experienced groups I've traveled with and I suspect we will be able to move more quickly into ...