Holiday Inn Express & Suites Austin - Sunset Valley
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... you know, you don't pick the boot, the boot picks you". Yeah, I have heard that before... in a MOVIE ! That wasn't very helpful. And I don't speak Boot.
After about 1 hour or so, I found a pair each for both Shilpa and I. At the checkout counter, I did tell the guy how cheesy that line sounded although it did have some truth.
The boots are on their way to Kirkland now. Let's see if they pick Shilpa.
... very disjointed and compartmentalized. But what I did see had some good Texas BBQ cooking, live bands, and tailgating games. One advantage to an early game is that it is over by 2:30pm, so the tailgating kicks off again after the game, although not at full strength. Rating - 7 of 10.
The Game - Texas started the game off in the wishbone formation as a tribute to Darrell Royal. The crowd loved it, but they really loved it when the ...
... The fact that he took the time to sit down and speak with us is incredible from the business perspective. This is the epitome of Austin's famous laid back lifestyle where everyone supports local or homegrown businesses. If it's not "local" the Austinites don't want it. Austin is a city that requires more than one visits. I'll certainly plan a return trip.
At the Sheraton overlooking the capital city of the Lone Star State
... pretty good! Despite working early next morning, Joel was determined to take us out that night, so after dropping Lynne and Joshua home we drove back to downtown to a place on Congress with a band going in both upstairs and downstairs. We started off downstairs, which was like a country and western style band which a lot of people were at the front dancing to. Some dressed in proper glitzy cowboy shirts, and most women wore cowboy boots with their pretty dresses! We ...
... middle aged woman in the stilettos and lime green halter top standing in line in front of us. His partner had a gold tooth and a big gun.
My heart raced as I pulled my hat down on my forehead and reached for my wallet.
"Four dollars, please" the smaller of the two snarled as the Texas sun reflected around the ...