La Quinta Inn Austin South / IH35
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... frightening - they are a traditional choice by a large religious group. We know it's commonplace in southeast Asia to see people, at all hours of the day, crowd the sidewalks on tiny stools to cook and eat together. We have seen and/or tasted wildly different foods - exotic vegetables and fruits never seen before, bizarre proteins we'd never have considered eating like frog, guinea pig, tarantula, and other bugs. We saw and learned so much that it's overwhelming to ...
So I am not documenting this trip with a TON of pics like you would see in my other entries...but we have a full week with some really fun stuff planned and quite honestly, just hanging with family and watching kids open gifts. A wee dram of the nip in my hand and all will be well. Enjoy some of the pics I managed to take while we enjoyed time with our ...
... i married this woman"
we explored the capitol on the bike..
happening upon soco (south congress) by chance...
enjoyed the eclectic vibe & vintage shopping..
austinites are diverse, reflected in their adoption of the slogan 'keep austin weird'
chilled w/ some authentic mexican food ...
Adam, grandson #2, turned 1 year old on January 3rd. His Mom and Dad threw him an airline themed party which was fun for Greg and I. The invite was a boarding pass; Mom and Dad were dressed up like a pilot and flight attendant. The food was wonderful...better than BusinessFirst! It was a perfect weekend and thanks to United Express cancelations, it will last 1 day ...
A big claim but one that seemed true, from the live singer in the airport departure cafe, to the dozens of live music bars on 6th street. A brief 2 1/2 hour flight got us to Austin in time for lunch and as we are now firmly in Tex-Mex country, tacos and queso seemed appropriate. We stayed in the first night - still recovering from all the walking in SF but were ...