- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it took almost 2 days to orchestrate Fedex to get it to us at Marylou & Les'. It arrived ......... intact!
As usual, our hosts, gave us a great time.
Home cooking, bar hoping, wine tasting and restaurant dining to name but a few,
We celebrated Halloween at Cory's ....... where the heavens opened and 'drowned' all the trick or treaters.
Visited the Travis Project several times and drove to Santa Barbara to view the progress with ...
... on the freeway when my transmission went out. I coasted for a while before coming to a stop and was unable to get going again. After a quick prayer...my car started and I was able to make it off the freeway to a Home Depot parking lot where I immediately called my Uncle John (he knows absolutely everything about everything...no joke!!). He talked me through what was going on. The next couple hours were a challenge, but I managed to make it to a local Honda dealership. I ...
... they appreciate such exquisite tastes when their mouths hadn't been salivating at the tempting smells for the last few hours!?
Our eyes, or at least our minds were bigger than our stomachs and after Franklin's we decided to put a pause to the day of BBQ and, instead of sampling the 3 more planned restaurants, instead went to check out a graffiti gallery and an anarchist run thrift shop! That night I learnt to dance the Texas 2 step in a bar that had played host ...
We used today to orient ourselves to the Austin area. In the morning we drove to the Domain shopping complex nearby. The upscale shops, Macy's Department store, Apple and Microsoft stores provided several hours of interesting browsing. The shopping area is new and very beautiful with its tree lined street. We also drove briefly into the IBM complex nearby.
... and reporters!! Once again though, No celebrities were spotted! We are unsure just how many, if any? times we have been on the local news walking past the back of reporters....... I'm sure it's possible given the amount we've seen and noticed after already walking obliviously past! But this time round, I did get to see what the commotion was and it did crack me up a bit. You see people were protesting about Capitol Punishment. ( I cracked up, because only months ago, ...