Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin Downtown
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... 30 some miles to the AirBnB condo that sits along the Colorado River across from downtown Austin. The choices were more expensive here mostly because Austin is an attractive city that has a obvious high demand. I am paying about $100 a night here. I chose this one due to its underground parking and proximity to the bike path and downtown.
After getting settled in, I went down to the ...
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... accent that I couldn't always understand him. Just as I was giving up, I had found a ride all the way to San Antonio Texas. An hour away from my new home in Austin. I got in with the one who I could talk to and he gave me 2 burritos and a come and we were on our way. As we drove, we talked a bit about his past as a migrant worker. The places he worked and how sometimes his job was to go down to Mexico and get a bunch of workers work visas to come over. As ...
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And I'd ask the gratuitous "Have you been good this year?" Most everyone said yes. Some straddled the fence, but I reassured them that if they were extra good between now and Christmas, they'd find something special under their tree. And as they'd leave, I'd give a wave and give them a hearty "Merry Christmas!"
And that was my formula. Nothing to it. I'd rarely say ...