Holiday Inn Express & Suites Austin NW
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... and appear to be the dominant form of entertainment in most places. However, our country's importance is far less than we think it is in many countries. I was particularly surprised by how little the USA is on the average person's radar in some countries in South America, like Argentina and Chile, which are fairly close to home.
- The world is becoming more of a consumer culture, and it's a shame. We lived out of one suitcase each for 13 ...
Left our accommodation and 7 to fly to Dallas. The breakfast at the hotel wasn't open so we had to buy breakfast at the airport. Our first leg of the flight was to Dallas then a half an hour stop over in Dallas before flying on to austin. The second flight was only about 25 minutes in the air. Once we had arrived in Austin we collected our bags and got a taxi ...
... that it fell on my birthday. I was not looking to bring attention to myself, so I didn't mention it. It went off as a really good show regardless, so I am really not worried about it. Besides, don’t I already have the coolest way to spend a birthday? Why ask for more?
The third reason today was unique was that I had received a request from a family friend a few days after the Monterey stop in early July. The request was for tickets for a ...
... six weeks in one suitcase. The tip of S. America is pretty close to Anarctica! I didn't rise to the challenge (and neither did Don). We both ended up packing a second small suitcase, all jammed to the brim. Plus Don has his camera case backpack, and I have a small wheeled carry-on with important stuff like meds, reading ...
... of Austin are currently a hive of activity with plenty of apartment construction. There is plenty of room for growth and the road and public systems are in place to cater for this. We headed into the downtown city area of Austin via the light rail system. We left the car at the Kramer station and with a $1.00 fare each, travelled the 25 minute journey.
The city is easy ...