La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Round Rock North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was our first full day in Austin with very little driving to be done. Jayne had arranged to visit the Austin office of the company she works for and meet a couple of her colleagues who are based there, so off she went at about 9:30am.
Once at the offices I met my two colleagues and they showed me round the office building and the training centre they have there. For the first time I actually got to ...
It is true, everything IS bigger in Texas - mainly the travel times and the insect bites! I woke up with a bite on the top of my hand which had made the whole thing swell up! But wasn't too bad, and we had a lie in! Tour leader Liz then took us to the University of Texas for a free tour, which was incredible! They have so many awesome facilities included in the tuition fee, and we were taken round by a second ...
... was skeptical. We didn't know this guy or how good he was. And I felt even worse after her first visit. HA! Was I ever wrong. We went in to his office and she explained her knee pain. The doctor said, "Let's start by looking at your hip."
Pffffrrp! PLEASE! She said her knee. HER KNEE. KNEEEEEEEEE!
Then he explained that due to a nerve that runs from your hip to your knee, many times hip pain is "referred" to your knee ...
... but we eventually got onto the coast and it was beautiful, made the whole trip worth it, the sun was not to hot there was not 20 miles between places and we could smell the end something which we wanted but knew we would miss, strange feeling. We cycled well that day we went through the american Army base where we were greeted at the gates with an i'd check and a not so friendly Army guy (********) we cycled through this place which was really sureal, choppers flying over ...
... got me thinking about some of the events similar to this that had happened in the past ie: Dunblane, Virginia Tech etc... and I remembered that Austin, Texas suffered a similar tragedy back in 1966. Charles Whitman shot and killed 16 people from a tower at the university of Texas. Very sad.
Anyway, scotch beckons... Decided to go on a little bar crawl of Austin. The great thing about this city is that everything is in walking distance, the only trouble is the ...