Homewood Suites by Hilton Austin-Arboretum / NW
Travel Blogs from Austin
... the New Yorker.
The re-sorting exercise makes me look at the things that I’ve
decided can wait, and try to figure out if it matters if they EVER get
done. Maybe I should just return that
book now. Let go of the old magazines.
But it also means that some pleasures get more attention. I can stop hoarding the Meyer lemons from our
tree – might ...
... time we got to the end. Heading out of Austin we detoured via a 'town' called Luckenbach - basically a general store and a few other buildings. On our arrival - a man with a guitar was pretty excited to have an audience. He was very good and it was lovely to sit under a tree and listen to nice songs (including ghost rider). Finally felt like we were in ...
... of treasures...it is a collection of items infused with the personal 'stuff' of many loved ones. One of the traditions on the camino is to leave a little rock from home, and symbolically, to leave something behind. So, in my 20 lb. pack, I'm carrying the psychic junk of: Rosie (the rock with info written on it about David) Kimberly (the blue lapiz heart) Lara (the TINY rock you can't really see...so thoughtful!) Todd ...
... India, as a game animal on private ranches. The airport still houses his smaller aircraft which he used to fly from Austin when he escaped the nation's capitol. He referred to it as Air Force One Half.
We stopped near a refurbished old-time farm nearby and had a bite to eat for lunch.
The traffic increased measurably as we pass south of Austin, a city of nearly a million folks. We got to McKinney Falls State Park early enough ...
... to my plans for after the race is over, its pretty chilly here to be honest so I need to factor that in to the decision and stay as south as I can!
First impressions of Austin though are not bad, the usual load of cars and highways and the city seems fairly compact. Six
Street was fairly quiet but it was a Monday night after all, as the weekend approaches it will be going off I'm sure. Best thing so far, taco's! ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility