Riverwood Retreat & Tin Can Tourist Court
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... stuffing them into rental cars, taxis, trains, and boats. During our 6 week "practice run" last summer, we learned that airlines care far more how much your luggage weighs (it has to be less than 50 lbs. if you don't want to pay extra) than how many pieces you have. So we are using an extra duffle bag to distribute the weight of our four roller bags for our flights, and then repacking everything into our four suitcases when we land (at least ...
... would generally be an early rise for me back home, I say it was a late start as its dark here by 5pm, with daylight ofcourse being the ideal driving hours. Anyway, we headed in towards Houston, and made our sight-seeing stop at NASA's Houston Space Centre. This is where our day went off plan, but for the good. The exhibits and attractions were that interesting that we spent 5 hours in the centre (and I've never even watched Star Trek). It ...
It was only a short drive to Austin which was good, it meant an afternoon getting to have a look around. When we arrived, Art told us that there was some races on this weekend and they were having a festival tonight so we were all keen for checking that out! The races are kinda like the Bathurst 1000 so people from all over America came for the weekend and it was packed everywhere. After dumping our bags at the hostel, it was either a scenic walk in which took an hour or a 20 minute ...
... The fact that he took the time to sit down and speak with us is incredible from the business perspective. This is the epitome of Austin's famous laid back lifestyle where everyone supports local or homegrown businesses. If it's not "local" the Austinites don't want it. Austin is a city that requires more than one visits. I'll certainly plan a return trip.
At the Sheraton overlooking the capital city of the Lone Star State
... car with me. Felix agreed that Austin is a great place to live “I came here from Guatemala,” he said, “farther away than you!” I was treated well, car done in under an hour — oil changed, tires rotated, everything checked out fine. Jim and Felix promised to follow the Journey. Nice folks. Good business.
Another slant on choosing Austin came at me on the evening news, with the ...