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- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Fitness/Health center
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... around). Although I’ve had a similar experience to this in A Bug’s Life at Universal Studies, I’ve never been in a theater with 75 other elementary school kids who started to freak out when the snake crawled on their seat and I really mean freak out. The kids just started shouting and going amuck; I thought they were about to riot. One kid even turned around to make sure that we also felt the shock because we didn’t seem to be reacting in ...
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With our updated passports and new visas in hand, we're on the final countdown. T-minus ~48 hours.
I'm feeling thankful that British Airways has added a direct flight from Austin to Heathrow...that will save us a few hours of a long trip. We leave out of Austin at 4:10pm on 6/11 and arrive London the next morning at 9:25am. After a 3 hour layover we're off to Entebbee, departing Heathrow at 12:30pm 6/12 ...
... hotel next to the airport in El Paso before heading over to spend the night at Adhara's old friend's house. Kasia booked that particular hotel because it was a water park and thought it would be fun on the off chance that it would be nice enough to utilize it. It turned out to be the coldest day of the entire trip with the temps dipping down to the mid 40's, so not only was the water park closed, but the giant water slide seemed ...
Stopped off at a cute little town called Gruene on the way to Austin (most of the towns round here were settled by Germans). Saw a chameleon! The waitress wasn't as excited as we were, but was very nice and didn't look at us weirdly. Austin is a bit of an 'indie' town apparently, and it did have a nicer feel than the other cities we've been to. The bars ...