Super 8 - 183 Airport
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... wrong they still were delicious and we all enjoyed the sopillas and honey that came with each meal for dessert. Maybe I didn’t like my burrito as much because it had fried egg in it (which yes I chose to have in it) but I definitely regretted ordering. After we finished eating and the waitress finished cleaning up the mess that Jessie made (spilling her water and getting honey everywhere) we headed to go find Walter White’s house from the show Breaking ...
So today I went and hired a car but the day didn't start so smoothly. I picked a place near the motel I was staying so I could just walk there in the morning...along the freeway. Anyway I started off walking there and realized I was walking on the wrong side of the freeway...which is annoying as I can't very well hop over 10 lanes of traffic, although I did think about it! Anyway I was walking for ages and saw where the place SHOULD be, however it was there anyway ...
... aspects besides the one big kicker...THEY DON'T HAVE MOUNTAINS!!! Hiking and mountain biking aren't the same when it's on a flat gravel road. I do have to give them some credit...they do have a couple nice parks that have some trail running and mountain biking, but no elevation gain whatsoever!!! So far, I've been stand up paddle boarding on Town Lake, hiking, biking, "mountain biking", went to Barton Springs, experienced downtown and some awesome live music, went ...
... br> 11. Wear shorts... without feeling like a prostitute
12. finally order my frapachino decafe, and for only a slightly inflated price
13. Drink normal tasting water and get free water at a restaurant
14. Play assasins creed
... things I learned right away. Being Santa is extremely simple. The kids and parents all know what to do. The key is to let them do it and don't get in their way. They all know the drill, so when they come over to sit and ask you for gifts, just sit there, prompt them a little and listen. You don't have to run the show. Nod a lot. Say a couple of reassuring things and don't promise anything. Trying to do too much can wreck the whole experience. Before too long, ...