Residence Inn Austin Downtown / Convention Center
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... 8221; days we had in Oregon? On, I forgot – computer “clouds” have nothing to do with weather. Perhaps I better give this my undivided attention before this computer grinds to a halt.
In conclusion this is my take on the Oregon trip:
- Dan and Roberta designed another 5 star trip especially if you like to photograph and even if you don’t.
... the town for 2 days because they needed to question him. when they did let him leave he was told he had to stay at his legal residence for the next 3 months. This is now threatening his job situation and making his life much more complicated. Though my trip to Austin went amazingly well I now know that when I hitch again I will be keeping this hazard in mind.!!!! My trip: It was a warm cloudy day when I hit the road 45 minutes outside of Orlando. I stood on ...
... and the second pick was selected by a majority but it was close. I bought the Jason Isbell cd for us. Picked up a few souvenirs as well. Good fun....except I feel I should pick up a t-shirt but I can't decide which one. Oh no !!! A decision!! Grabbed a quick beer at the usual place on the way back to the motel.
Given it's my last nIght in Austin I'm going out tonight to enjoy some live music. ...
... adequate to recycle our hugeeee bag of plastic and paper so it makes sense that this is the birthplace of the greatest supermarket on earth. One review on google about this place states …The original Whole Foods is the best Whole Foods in the whole world. Some day I will live in Austin, and I will go to this Whole Foods every single day…That pretty much sums it up. Cue nearly two hours of getting overly excited by all the produce on display. Exercising ...
... had heard that Austin was cool, and thanks to some tips from my friend Patrick, we got to see every bit of that. We spent some time checking out the weird and unique shops, great restaurants, and vibe on South Congress Avenue, where the motto is 'Keep Austin Weird'. We grabbed some food from a truck vendor and then stopped by Allen's boots to check out the custom-made boots (up to $1000/pair!) and I settled on a cool cowboy shirt to take home...never been much of a boot ...