Staybridge Suites Austin Airport
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... to, but that fell through so we had to cancel our two remaining days there. It took most of the day Monday to get us all towed off the lot. The show had found a local company with a tractor, but when the guy got to the lot, he said it was too wet and he wouldn’t be able to do anything for at least two more days. So they kept looking and found a bulldozer and after Jason received instruction on how to drive it, he was riding ...
... music festival, now we've all met up again in Austin. We spent the next couple hours drinking beers and playing shuffle board. Shuffle board is a game played on a long wooden table about 20-25" long covered in sand, each player or team has 4 metal discs similar to a hockey puck, you push your puck down the table trying to get it as close to the end as possible, at the very end of the table is a 4 with a line then a few inches in front is a 3 and a line, ...
Our last entry ended as we left the Big Easy on Saturday afternoon. I am writing this entry in West Texas about an hour away from Carlsbad Caverns. But let's not get ahead of ourselves, the last two days or so have been a blast.
We left New Orleans in high spirits and we arrived in Houston 5 hours later at about 8 p.m. Nothing big to report on the drive. However, most of the highway west of New Orleans was made up ...
... which is so popular here and we soon discovered sooo delicious and cheap also! Megan was so happy they had cider as it had been quite some time, while Rowan sampled some Texas beers. We then moved on to a place called easy tiger where we met a group of Americans, one of them being part of the live act about to play. He was the violin player and they were so good, even though it wasn't our type of music it was still amazing to see. They played covers of songs but there was only ...
"For the Teas." Then she went on to explain, "Every year we host Teas in the lounge for the holidays and Santa reads The Night Before Christmas to the kids." It sounded interesting and fun, but to be honest I think I felt more interested than anything because I didn't have a grasp of what it meant, having neither experienced the Teas nor been Santa. It also sounded like an opportunity to do a little acting and ham it up a bit, and I will admit that I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking