Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hutto
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... seems like a nice person. I learned a little bit about her background and what brought her and her husband to Austin and vice versa. We had some pretty good laughs. And if you know me, you know that I love a good laugh. And she passed the preliminary "are you crazy" questions. So, I've checked her off as a "prospect" on the friendship application. Time will tell on this one so stay tuned...
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... can but as you can probably tell Americas not the easiest place to eat healthy! Then it was back to the apartment to chill & write my blog from the day before while D had an hour class. After he was done we went to cypress creek park. It had lake travis right in the centre. Beautiful view & some great pictures of the clouds in the sky. Texas is known for its sky come day or night. Big blue sky's normally in the ...
... out to the Continental Club. We got to see two bands, one (which I loved) was a jazz/swing/blues/country band and the other (which Michael liked) was a hard country rock band. It was a good night! The only thing that ruined the night was we couldn't find a Maccas to do the obligatory Maccas run at the end of the night! Bummer! We settled for Wendy's instead but it's just not the same! Sleep in tomorrow before San ...
... in 3rd grade Mrs. Heegan showed us pictures of it in a slideshow. Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah at ONE TIME. When we got to Edwards, we put our bags down and went to the Blakslees house for dinner. The Blakslees are the family that my Uncle Tony lived with for 8 years while he was teaching out here. They have three daughters, Annie is 15, Emma is 12, and Molly is 9. We had so much fun. We went on a hike one day, but mostly we just played at their house ...
... as delicious in Portugal, as they tasted in the Portuguese restaurants in South Africa.
This will be our first trip that we plan to make extensive use of public transportation in Portugal, no not the planes, trains, and automobiles; but the buses, vernaculars, trams and the crazy taxi drivers. This called for a different packing strategy. Johan did not waste a moment and did some research on how to "pack light."
I had my doubts, how on earth can you ...