TownePlace Suites Austin Northwest
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... were born and that was a big enough claim to fame in my blog.
And so to Austin; apart from a brief codicil in Dallas, the final scene in Act II.
In 2012 the FBI ranked Austin as the second safest major city in the U.S. That was comforting, but not necessarily the reason we chose Austin as our Swan Song for Act II of our American odyssey. The colloquial bumper-sticker, "Keep Austin Weird" is closer to the mark...but just between you and me, it was not ...
... want to go riding again - maybe North Carolina. We drove to Austin, parked, and walked into a few hotels to check prices. Ended up at an Extended Stay as it had free parking and was still pretty central. We found a sports bar for dinner, walked along some of the main roads but nothing much was happening due to the cold. Early ...
... time to find the flyaway LAX bus station, get tickets and board. The traffic was fine and we got to the airport at just after 9am so we were really early, of course being early it took no time to check in and get through security, if we were late it would have been the opposite. Once we got to the gate we got breakfast from a bakery, it was a complete rip off, my turkey sandwich was $10 by itself, all up for a ...
... and Kara ultimately getting her
masters. The weekend led to us moving to Austin and subsequently
running more, falling in love with Run-Tex and deciding on running
specialty as a career. Austin was a major deal for us. The loop around
Town Lake was perfect and as is customary I had to return home by Joe's
coffee shop. The shop is more like a stand that is on the street with
great outdoor seating. Kara and I started everyday the same ...
Today brought a merciful end to Kathy's chronic pain and suffering with a bad right hip after she underwent a successful replacement procedure.
Years ago her knees started bothering her and she saw a few doctors, but she wasn't properly diagnosed. Although she has arthritis in her knees and a large number of "mice" -- loose, calcified bodies floating in the synovial fluid of her joint -- her hip had started to bother her more and ...