SpringHill Suites Austin South
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... and for the third game in a row, we watched the home team win. The ballpark in Arlington is actually a really beautiful park that is huge and yet doesn't have the features of a huge modern park (aka big screens and flashy parts). It was very simple and huge (cause they don't do anything in moderation in Texas) and it was another great place to catch a ballgame. After the game there was a softball homerun derby and these guys were cranking the ball ...
... amp; Dough where we filled up on delicious coffee and egg sandwiches. We had expected the ride to feel like an eternity but it actually went very quickly thanks to the great music (I think we may have listened to every Radiohead song ever, which definitely helped) and great scenery. I absolutely love being in the desert so the vast miles spread out before us was like ascending into heaven.
The girls dropped us off ...
... Another thing is getting off the Interstate. Sounds great except the speed limit is 75mph. Aside from the fact that I haven't gone that fast in the A for 30 plus years its dangerous on a two lane road. I'd rather be on the multilane divided Interstate, thank you very much.
I found a Super 8 very close to down town and settled in cause I can wall to a lot of bars that have music.. I went to Stubb's to check it out and had an Austin amber beer. Very tasty beer ...
A number of things happen as you age. One is that hair sprouts up on parts of your body which make you say something along the lines of "Hey... I didn't know hair could grow there." Followed by "How the heck do I shave that?" Another is that the list of things that embarrass you gets smaller each year. An obvious upside to this phenomena is that telling certain stories can make others feel awkward enough to clear out of a room and you get to use attrition to ...
... order machines prevailed. We'll wait until we get to Austin to take care of that chore.
Just after we entered the park, Lynn spotted a flock of wild turkeys, about forty or fifty in number. They're called Rio Grande turkeys and range from Kansas to Mexico. This is their roosting season and the young poults stay with the hen in large groups. We hope to see more of them in the morning. We got situated and took a short walk to the Bird Blind near ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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