La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin - Cedar Park
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... with the guest family, I made my rounds to all the different departments and spread some holiday cheer to all the employees who had to work on the holiday. The folks in Housekeeping ate it up and we posed for lots of pictures. Then I went down to the kitchen where Room Service, the pastry chefs, stewarding and the restaurant chefs all got into the act and we shared some laughs for a few minutes while everyone whipped out their cameras and smartphones and all ...
... pizza once when my boss brought some in for us at work one day. It's the best pizza I've ever had and Kathy was dying to try it, so off we went.
The restaurant is decorated with a Las Vegas theme because its named after the movie Rounders, which takes place in Vegas. It has some neat novelty value as a result. After eating the pizza Kathy agreed it was excellent and while it was the best I've had, she said it was second to ...
... of playing the role of giant D-bag road fan, I decided to talk to the BYU fans around me. I got to know them. We talked about school, where we were all from, mormunism, all sorts of things. By the end of the game, I had somehow become friends with everyone. It was crazy. Something that could only happen in BYU. Towards the end of the game one of our new friends, Abby, decided to leave. The two people she was attending the game with, Carson and ...
... making it through and that we dont mind getting searched if they are doing this to everyone, makes us feel safer. Dad quipped, "I was hoping to get searched.". Than mom chimed in, "I wanna do it twice!". Lol We had plenty of time to hit the Irish pub for some food for our eight hour flight that didn't include a meal. I had an American breakfast, take that IRA! Lol mom had a salad, and dad had nothing. Not sure why but dad refused to eat ...
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