SpringHill Suites Austin Round Rock
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... offending any extreme right wingers it just goes to prove my theory that the more right wing you get the more your brain shrivels up until....boing.... there is nothing left and you just babble on incessantly.
Doug and I went for a very large walk this morning. Got a bit twistytailed at one point and went the other way on Congress St. We walked a million miles out of our way but it was neat to see down town Austin. I blame Doug. We did end up eventually at ...
... and we might opt for cheaper campground hostels if we find them bearable on the other legs of the trip. As for transportation, we'll be buying a SailRail pass to cross from Dublin to London. From what I've read, these are very easy to buy in Dublin and it saves about a 6€ surcharge. As for the EuroStar and Eurail passes, I figure we can book those when we get to London and have access to a working ...
... through your skin and can barely see them.
Oh, and you have to act happy, be energetic and pantomime things for everyone because you're dressed in a fur suit wearing a sweltering giant rabbit head that reeks of glue and solvent.
I guess it stands to reason, somehow, that if you agreed to play one holiday icon, you'd be willing to play another. Following that logic, I was naturally asked to play the Easter Bunny at work. When you ...
It was only a short drive to Austin which was good, it meant an afternoon getting to have a look around. When we arrived, Art told us that there was some races on this weekend and they were having a festival tonight so we were all keen for checking that out! The races are kinda like the Bathurst 1000 so people from all over America came for the weekend and it was packed everywhere. After dumping our bags at the hostel, it was either a scenic walk in which took an hour or a 20 minute ...
... drop their old leaves when the new spring green comes in. A true Texas tree, they are suited for Hill Country soil and even thrive in the coastal plains.
Seldom over 60 feet tall, their massive crowns may spread up to 120 feet. Known for their longevity and durability, live oaks can live 200 years or more in undisturbed landscapes. Strong wood characteristics, the spreading, low branching ...