SpringHill Suites Austin North / Parmer Lane
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... customer, and the busier ones not really hosting any sort of interactive atmosphere between musician and punter. The band made up half of the people in the building, including the bar staff. I must confess, I was beginning to get a bit homesick at this point. We really do take our pub music culture for granted. For all its amateurism, there will be some nights where it's really awesome, and even if it's not awesome you can guarantee a good time ...
... on. The buses in Austin are only $1 which is great, no change needed, just a single dollar bill. The bus took 20 mins to get to downtown and runs through the suburb areas which gave us a look at the houses and streets, then it went past the Texas Longhorns stadium and university. Once we got into the city we got off on Congress street which seemed to be the Main Street in the city with the congress building at the end of the street. We spent the ...
... trip. Sam was so
excited. Sasha is a great kid and Carrie had become a dear friend and
she is also hilarious. The weather in May in Austin is fantastic and
this trip was no exception. The kids experienced Barton Springs and ate
at Guero's and Amy's Ice Cream (several times). The night I got there
Sam was so excited to tell me about the Godin visit and and all the
things they had done she vomited in the airport garage. This was quite ...
... and hit the road. On our way we stopped a couple time to walk a little around and get some blood back in your legs.... We arrived very late in Austin knowing that this is one of the few places here we have host. We arrived in Austin at around 2 o'clock and just wanted a place to stay. We went to a McDonalds to get WiFi so we find the best Motel for us. We ended up all 4 of us sharing a Motel room at a Americas Best Value ...
... They really got a kick out of it when I went into my standard routine of asking what they wanted and if they had been good all year -- as if they found it entertaining that the same criteria applied to little kids also applied to them.
On a number of occasions, mothers handed me their newborns -- I swear some of the babies just had their umbilical cords cut -- and told me it was their first Christmas and first visit ...
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