Hilton Garden Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum
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... turtles, I even got a selfie with a turtle - I made a friend in the hostel and decided to go out and experience some of that live music I'd heard so much about. Except it wasn't. I was told that the live music on 6th street happened much earlier in the evening. Never mind. Long island iced teas were $5 by the pitcher and I was soon making a tit of myself in another city. Ok, maybe that's being a bit too self-deprecating; starting a dance circle and ...
... near the food joints a bit closer to the hotel, they have a code which you enter on the website that tells you when the next bus comes. Being Sunday we didn't just want to wait around so we walked back to the hotel to use the wifi and see how often buses run, I also asked the lady at the front desk who confirmed the 7 bus is the best one to get to downtown. The buses were running every half hour so once one was 10 mins away we headed back to the stop ...
... trip. Sam was so
excited. Sasha is a great kid and Carrie had become a dear friend and
she is also hilarious. The weather in May in Austin is fantastic and
this trip was no exception. The kids experienced Barton Springs and ate
at Guero's and Amy's Ice Cream (several times). The night I got there
Sam was so excited to tell me about the Godin visit and and all the
things they had done she vomited in the airport garage. This was quite ...
Bright and early we left lovely New Orleans on our second
Megabus ride to Austin, capital city of Texas, to visit my Masi (great-aunt)
and her family. After an hour's stop in Houston, my dad’s cousin, Sonia, picked us up from the drop-off spot in Austin which was a tiny little car park on a side road (we have heard from Sonia since that nearby residents have started to complain about the noise!) It had been a
long journey without any proper food (hard to get much ...
... to 30,000 pound of insects. I hope the mosquitos are included in this. God, I hate mosquitos; the Lord created them to annoy all the other species that had ever roamed the dry Earth. I found out about the bats from my colleague, Charles, who's a native of Austin. The bat hotline is 512-416-5700 ext. 3636. Charles went to Barton cold springs on Friday. Alex, Casie, Dresden and I went there the next day. There must have been 500+ people in that ...
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