SpringHill Suites Austin Round Rock
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... Looked in my bag, and sure enough, it was not there.
Went against the flow of fellow passengers to the front of the plane
and got ground person who was standing in the door preventing me from
deplaning to help. She called the checkin counter. I told her if the
agent looked to the right he would see it above the trash can on a
ledge. Luckily it had not yet walked away the agent brought it to me.
... asked for a long list of stuff including:
- The hotel we were in (because "it's fancy").
- A helicopter she would park in her driveway.
- A chamber full of gold she would access through a panel in her wall, opened only by a biometric scanner that would read her fingerprint so she could be assured that nobody but her could enter.
I've surmised that one reason I'm not experiencing crabby, screaming kids is because the venue at the hotel ...
... half, still pretty soaked, waiting for our cinema to open. Kelsey was transfixed for a good portion of that hour and a half by the hypnotic visuals playing on the screen across from us, while I just read the Alamo Drafthouse movie guide magazine. Soon enough we were ferried into the cinema and took our (reserved) seats. In front of each row of chairs is a bench for food and drinks and things like that, so Kelsey and I ordered some ...
... at four or five and change every couple of hours until the wee hours (or so we are told since we don’t stay up that late).
One night, in an Italian family restaurant called Romeo's we sat at the bar after dinner and watched a folk band followed by a Feist-inspired singer from Wisconsin, all played at a reasonable volume so the patrons could munch down their pasta and chat. We were also impressed by the wines ...
... to pack everything for just in case scenarios.
Stay tuned to see who over packs. ;-)
In late April I had a chance to visit with the Lackey's as they passed through Austin. We met for over five hours discussing . . . wait for it . . . social media! Ahhhh . . . my passion. I'm hoping that part of the time in Maun will be working one on ...