Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bastrop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were too busy enjoying having other company and grilling that we forgot to take many photos other than the dogs and baby goats.
Darren took us to visit one of his mate's auto shops out of town, it was full of awesome old cars waiting for a new owner to put some love and care (aka money) into restoring them. I think Dylan fell in love with most of them. After we drove towards Austin to find a gun ranch to let off some ...
... 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.
... way, when your guide book tells you that the beautiful Bastrop State Park forest burned down in 2011, you better believe it.
Also, try not to book an appointment in a town right outside of Austin to get a minor repair the week of SXSW, because finding a place to stay with thousands of extra people in town can get a little tricky
... for a few years.
Overall - The game itself started out fairly good, but it got less exciting as it wore on. That being said, this was a really good experience overall. The Texas fans were fantastic, the weather was good, and some of our good friends came to Austin to join us. I was also able to meet up with a friend from high school that lives in Austin and with a Texas fan I know from work. I would definitely make the trip again. Rating - 8 of ...
... time, I have had a variety of jobs, each so different. As I look back on my working years, I call them "Act Two". It was quiet a ride.
I started my retirement years in May 2012. As the curtain rises on these remaining years I call them "Act Three". I want to look back on them someday and say, "That was quiet a trip".
Selling my house in Austin, Texas and living in an apartment for awhile, I have ...