Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hutto
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... doesn't require grading lots and lots of papers, but that's not happened yet. She and Dante got an apartment there, only minutes from the high school. Dante's got a longer drive to work, but since he reports to Costco at something like 3:30 a.m. he encounters hardly any traffic on his commute.
You may have noticed that on our way back to Texas we stayed in more KOAs than we had going north. This wasn't because we prefer KOAs, ...
... had heard that Austin was cool, and thanks to some tips from my friend Patrick, we got to see every bit of that. We spent some time checking out the weird and unique shops, great restaurants, and vibe on South Congress Avenue, where the motto is 'Keep Austin Weird'. We grabbed some food from a truck vendor and then stopped by Allen's boots to check out the custom-made boots (up to $1000/pair!) and I settled on a cool cowboy shirt to take home...never been much of a boot ...
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About three or four weeks ago, Candi, the manager of the lounge at the hotel where I work came up to me and abruptly asked without preface, "Hey, you wanna be Santa this year?"
I was sitting in my department office with two of my colleagues at the time. I was both intrigued and confused. I had no idea what she was really asking as I had no frame of reference. So naturally, I asked, "What ...
... you were wondering, which is making carrying my boots around that much easier. Then we had dinner at at really nice Mexican restaurant and had an early night. We had an early (7am) start the next day on the road to Austin, (the capital of Texas, for more trivia). On the way to Austin we stopped by San Antonio to visit the Alamo, probably one of the more famous historical sites in Texas. It was pretty cool ... they had plenty of ...
... thing I did was put the tv on to check the weather channel. While searching for the channel, I came across a show called Inside Edition. I though they were showing a trailer for a new horror movie called "Massacre At The Movies" You really had to see it to believe it. Even had one of those very deep dramatic voice overs. Turns out, it was actually a news report about the tragic shootings that happened the night before in a cinema in Colorado. So sad, and so very ...