Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cedar Park (NW Austin)
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... took us 17 hours! We arrived in Bangkok at 1:00 in the morning and had to be up by 8:00 to begin our excursion of the city.
Our first stop, the Temple of the Golden Buddha......here we saw a solid gold Buddha that measured 10 feet high and weighed 5.5 tons, valued at $14 million! We were also able to hear the monks chant and see part of the rituals. We received a blessing and a beautiful threaded bracelet. Next stop Temple of the Reclining Buddha, ...
... barbecue at La Barbecue with Spencer and one of Brett's friends from college, Ben and his wife Erin. The meal was unbelievably delicious and huge, and we were also pleasantly surprised by the free beers.
The afternoon was then spent having a few beers overlooking the manmade lake pool, checking out the Rainey St bars (a street where all the houses were converted ...
... Everything except a bloody 12-volt fridge. Oh well. Ice will have to do for now.
We arrive late, to secure the very last spot in the popular McKinney Falls State Park. Waking up the next morning, I remember with some ounce of dread that it is my 27th birthday. After a slow start and a lovely birthday massage (thanks Blair), we head into the city and the feast to drown my sorrows begins.
Starting in SoCo (meaning SOuth of COngress), ...
... of which team they are on. They were very classy fans. I did notice that the seats cleared out a bit after halftime, and there were some prime 50-yard line seats open that we may have tried to sneak into had we not been wearing Iowa State colors. The Longhorns were ahead, but the Cyclones had just scored. The game wasn't well enough in hand to not come back.
This rating is for the Texas fans, but there was one Iowa State fan in ...
... 50 lb bag. In car, mom's nervous chatter could have given power to some third-world country for a few hours. But we got through the car ride with some laughs. I inquired about dad's new shoes, which I had bought without him, trying to avoid bumpers and fender skirts as requested. However, he informed me that although the pair I had selected didn't have bumpers, they did have fender skirts! He said, "I like a smooth heel.". Lol Mom was very ...