Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bastrop
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... about an hour from San Antonio. We are staying here two nights . Yeah! One day without driving except to see the sights. Hoping to see my sister Michele's best friend Cheryl who lives in Austin. Ive known her since age 13. And we must check out the alamo and river walk. Riley is very happy with the proximity to the Colorado river. He had a ball ...
... back to Pflugerville where Toby was ecstatic to see us. He wanted to get in the car and go home immediately. Ron and I walked him and Buffy around the 3 mile lake, which tired all of us out, except Buffy. : )
When Michael came home, Staci had fixed a delicious dinner. Patrick was there too. We watched the season opener of Mad Men. Then Patrick left and we all went to bed. Some people have to work tomorrow and we have a long drive. It's been a terrific visit.
... the early 30's. They were incredible, Tucked here and there. It like stumbling on Bibo Baggins home town.
Gary got his low blood sugar thing and we ended the walk crashing down a ravine and scrambling up a steep bank to short cut back to the van. He was fine, I was completely jangled.
We had to go by Buckee's after seeing a gazillion billboards on the way to town touting it's wonders, such as, "cheapest ice in Texas". It was a wonder.
... was all while Masa and Raaj were at home watching the new
Skyfall movie which I am sure they much preferred to baby stuff!
Sunday was a really nice day out in nearby San Antonio, the most visited city in Texas with a
population of 1.3m. About an hour away from Austin, San Antonio is really
romantic and reminiscent of Venice with its cute river and boat rides. As Masi
and Masa had been on it more times than they can remember, Raaj and I went on
the boat ...
... door to a convenience store and got a very solid Pinot for 10 bucks and then went back to the AirBnB place we booked which was also a treat.
In the morning we wanted some brunch and it was not hard to find like it was in Nola. The south Congress Cafe was delish. Another hella foodie waiter started us off with Bloodies that were infused (local) Tito's vodka with ...