Hilton Garden Inn Austin / Round Rock
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... plan). Sam Jackson and Catherine were both slated to travel with "normal" size suitcases, while Mommy and Daddy are carrying the biggest ones we could buy (there are huge). Unfortunately for Sam Jackson, Mommy ran out of room in her suitcase (don't ask) and needed an overflow volunteer - so he got upgraded to a Godzilla-size suitcase like the adults. The good news is that he can curl up and sleep in it if he ever needs to get away from Catherine.
... for a few years.
Overall - The game itself started out fairly good, but it got less exciting as it wore on. That being said, this was a really good experience overall. The Texas fans were fantastic, the weather was good, and some of our good friends came to Austin to join us. I was also able to meet up with a friend from high school that lives in Austin and with a Texas fan I know from work. I would definitely make the trip again. Rating - 8 of ...
... Austin has managed to keep local businesses in and many chain businesses out which not only has helped to fuel their local economy but helps to keep Austin's image its own
As for my visit to Austin on this trip:
We stayed at the Embassy Suites off of South Congress which is a really nice hotel in a perfect location to merely walk downtown. My favorite part of the hotel is the ...
... time, I have had a variety of jobs, each so different. As I look back on my working years, I call them "Act Two". It was quiet a ride.
I started my retirement years in May 2012. As the curtain rises on these remaining years I call them "Act Three". I want to look back on them someday and say, "That was quiet a trip".
Selling my house in Austin, Texas and living in an apartment for awhile, I have ...
... out. These frontage roads run parallel to the major interstates in the big cities, and the signage to orient the driver is sometimes misleading. In order to access city streets, one must make a decision well in advance to exit the freeway and travel along the frontage roads. More than once we were completely befuddled by the unfamiliar system, and finally looked it up in Wikipedia to try to understand how they worked.
Austin in particular has much to ...