Holiday Inn Express & Suites Austin NW
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Very fun day! The Spurgeon children arrived ready to give Ailish lots of lovin' (Aunt Giselle & Uncle Jeff too). It was precious to see how attentive they were to their new cousin. Ailish responded with tons of smiles. For lunch we went to Austin Park & Pizza - a kid's dream, a pizza buffet all day long with all the pizza & drinks you want. They also loved the climbing wall, bumper boats and go-carts. Michael was tall enough to do all of it! Who cares it was 95 ...
... area for a drink and possibly a bite to eat. After a few stops in some cool shops along Congress we decided to embibe at Snack Bar. Snack Bar was an old 60s dinner/lounge style establishment. We ordered a round, sat on the couch and took full advantage of their free Wi-Fi. From there we hit up the food truck The Flying Carpet. They were dishing out some delicious Moroccan foods mainly wrapped up in nan bread so you could eat on the go. Since we had no ...
... Verga to use while we are here in Austin and headed to Edge Creek condominiums where we have a two bedroom apartment for the week. We are near shopping centres, IBM headquarters and the light rail line that travels into downtown Austin. After catching up with David Bordin who is staying with us, we drove to the supermarket nearby to shop for grocery supplies.
... city is built around the river front and there is room to walk about without being squished, pushed and well just knocked over! I still maintain though there is a shortage of ice-cream shops! (Perth, you beat Austin on that one!)
We walked up the Main Street to the Congress Capitol on top of the hill. Now true to the nature of Texans, This Capitol building is the Tallest in America. Yes, they had to outdo Washington DC. You see the Dome on the top was ...
... there as it was my first
time visiting Masi. She came especially for the wedding and has always been
close – she’s so sweet in the way she fusses and kept telling us we could stay
in any room we wanted and made us some great Indian food the next day.
Unfortunately she had to work for our first few days but we spent time with
Masa and went to the beautiful Capitol building where political decisions for
the state of Texas are made, we ate at ...