Motel 6 Austin - Midtown
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... After this, I took my pills, laid my seat all the way back, and went to sleep. Fortunately, first was not anywhere near full on this flight. The man in the seat by me (an antiquities dealer from Dallas) moved over into his own little "pod" before takeoff, so I had all the room in the world. My seat laid totally flat and I was able to get pretty decent sleep for the next several hours. When I woke up, we were nearing Brussels, and I was served a surprisingly good turkey bacon quiche. ...
... six weeks in one suitcase. The tip of S. America is pretty close to Anarctica! I didn't rise to the challenge (and neither did Don). We both ended up packing a second small suitcase, all jammed to the brim. Plus Don has his camera case backpack, and I have a small wheeled carry-on with important stuff like meds, reading ...
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... too hot. Toni's classes consisted of some recorder classes, drumming with an ensemble, a harpsichord lesson, and even singing some ancient pilgrimage songs. Jamie enjoyed playing all different sizes of recorders in various ensembles, including a mammoth contrabass in a 20th century recorder class. He also remembered how to sing in a medieval aria class and ...
... Cajuns. However, our planned week-long stay turned into a one-nighter, due to the fact that the campground was on a major highway (ironically, the campground was named Quiet Oaks!) and the fact that there was some flooding and about a billion mosquitoes ready to attack.
We decided to hightail it to Crystal Beach, Texas, which was our next planned stop. This is a sleepy little town on the Bolivar Peninsula, which is a free-ferry-ride away from Galveston. I had ...
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