La Quinta Inn Austin Oltorf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as anticipated. A docent gave me an explanation of the layout. The museum takes up 3 of the 10 floors in the building. The rest of the building contains all of LBJ's correspondence, documents, audio, video, etc. The docent said that LBJ insisted that everything be contained in one building.
The displays and time lines were fairly well done. They did a good job documenting him from his birth in 1908; his very modest ...
... quickly lost car#2 in the rearview mirror. Somehow we ended up west of town at Washington Park. Honestly, we had real intentions of not stopping until we rolled down the windows at the International Rose Test Garden and stopped and smelled the roses!! Wow, wow, wow! You get my sniff?! This variety pack of color was unbelievable at twilight with names to match every rose.
It proved the perfect time to take ...
... and do a search. In a plastic bag in the trunk was 2 kilos ( 4.4 pounds) of cocaine. " You have the right to remain silent, anything you say or do can be used against you in a court of law" They were arrested brought to the station and it took 2 hours for Roy to convince them that he was just a hitchhiker and had nothing to do with the coke, but He wasn't anywhere near being out of the situation. Though he didn't have to stay in the jail the cops wouldn't let ...
... with are friends of Dad's and we drive the (short) 30 miles back to their house plotting how to kidnap him to America. Austin is supposedly the live music capital of America, nay, the world, and certainly from the things I hear on the journey that's true, but I was mainly looking forward to chilling out for a few days.
Still, I wanted to see at least some of the city, so, fuelled by my first experience of Tex Mex ...
... shade of a big tree, and we rented a U-Haul and hired help to move our furniture out. The night before the picnic it stormed and was forecasted to continue raining the next morning. This caused us all some stress, and we moved the start time from 10:30 to 12, hoping it would give time for the rain to pass and things to dry out. It worked out perfectly! We laid tarps down, ...