- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Caught a Taxi from our out of town Motel, which according to our taxi driver is renowned for its gangsters. The taxi driver dropped us outside the capital building, a spectacular building very grand in size and materials made with mainly marble and granite. Inside it was even more grand with huge hall raising up 6 floors, allowing you to look at the ceiling of a Texan flag embossed in gold. Back outside we walked down congress street over the river, walking around 2 miles, working up ...
... they really only have burgers, wraps, small pizzas, things like that. We just weren't sure if we were in the mood for bar-ish food, so that's why we are at Cru first. We figured the iPic would be very similar to Alamo.
Oh. My. Gosh. I've never seen anything like this place in my life. First of all, you walk in and it looks like a high end bar. There are couches and chairs spread out on one side, the other side equipped ...
... she motioned with air quotes. I followed her into the lounge and two men and a woman who were well into their 70s couldn't wait to pose and have their pictures taken with Santa.
A girl about seven asked how I had the time for all this when I was so busy. I told her no matter how busy I was, I can always make the time to see her, and that brought a big smile to her face.
Five women in their ...
... from the same cloth.. I wonder if me and hake were also. Kahn a little. Promise to self. I will under no circumstance settle for Cain or Tyler or billy or Isaac or even Jamie or even Ethan... When I am not in love or even interested in them. I will hold out live will come. Whatever happens happens. I won't close out I won't shut down. I won't bail out. It feels like fear cold fest that manifests itself as ugly. It feels like being teased for no reason and being mad fun if ...
And if you go away, that Austin City Limit sign welcomes you back, no matter where you’ve been.
Driven by a restless urge to wander,
You hitch your wagon to a shooting star.
Flying down the highway headed yonder,
Then you get where you were going, and there you are.
So a body’s born with half a mind to ...