SpringHill Suites Austin Round Rock
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... what an alien concept but it was both sweet and savory - YUM!
The people at the dinner were truly brilliant, kind and welcoming. Huge thank you to my hosts and the dinner hosts, I definitely have a lot to be thankful for.
Unfortunately I had my camera on the wrong setting so the photo's didn't really come out :-(
... there may have been some casualties inflicted.
The view from the Y is magnificently jaw-dropping. The Y, which is nowhere near the top of the peak, is about 200 feet of white paint situated in the middle of the mountain. People are not supposed to climb on the Y, but we certainly did. Steven even prayed to Joseph Smith, urging him to put in a good word with God to help Mike Leach and Washington State beat BYU. ...
... hot 85 with humidity is! My plan to be pretty was foiled!! But, luckily humidity is every girl's nightmare, so at least I wouldn't be alone :)
It took a bit longer to get downtown because we took I-35, which apparently is one of the busiest stretches of road in the country. We don't really have a plan for food and drinks, so we decide to stop at a rooftop bar for a cocktail to get our game plan together. We ask the bartender for ...
... would have taken more photos of these masterpieces, however, they were doing our best not to melt in the heat and to keep me cool and hydrated!!!
Lisa decided she needed to update her wardrobe (do they EVER stop shopping!) for Mexico and so we ended up looking for our friendly GAP or equivalent USA chain store.
Downtown Austin proved not to have any such shops - a first for any large American city that we have ever been to. Notwithstanding the ...
... li>Most of LBOM’s focus targets children and youth, including operating the Okavango International School which serves grades kindergarten through grade 12.
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