Motel 6 Austin South - Airport
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... like you're floating away. You're just there, and as long as you don't stiffen up or freak out, you just sit there, like you're relaxing in bend. Nothing's really fighting you, and yet you're not on the ground. It's an awesome experience. The bonus was, they took us both on the high flight, so we flew all the way up the chamber! After two flights each, we finished up our check out and headed south for lunch. It just so happens that Austin had an In-N-Out ...
... Time for an update- we have arrived successfully at our accommodation The Paper Factory in Long Island City, New York. I had my notes so we negotiated the subway and found it really easy, just follow the signs and follow your nose. Our accommodation is a renovation old factory and the decor is really quirky but the neighbourhood is a bit dodgy but we are really close to Manhattan via the subway. Tomorrow we are off into Manhattan for a big day of sightseeing, so bye for ...
... of course. Good burgers at a good price means this is a popular place, especially amongst the UT students.
After lunch, some more shopping with Sue going to Macy's and Sam and I off to Wal-Mart & Academy Outdoor & Sports.
Dinner tonight was at the Texas Land & Cattle Steakhouse. Pretty good steaks at this place with good service.
Back at the Omni Hotel, Sue and I finished up with a late evening eggnog & scotch ...
... and started weeping: "I can't find anything, I don't have enough socks, I can't go on this trip…" He was admittedly a little tired from his sleep-over the night before. But with a little help from Mommy, we were able to get him squared away as well.
Our flight is scheduled to depart on Saturday at 3:15pm, and we have a van picking us up from the house at 1pm. I think we're ready to go…! Let the fun begin. :-)
... world, looking at this mountain and seeing 4 60 ft. tall faces. Lincoln, Roosevelt, Washington, and Jefferson, carved into a mountain because Washington represents the birth of the nation, Jefferson is expansion, Lincoln is preservation, and Roosevelt is expansion. Pretty cool. We did the Junior Ranger Program there too.
From Rushmore we drove the same day to the Badlands. That is an incredible national. I wasn't as fond if it as Big Sur, but ...