Vintage Villas Hotel
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... kayaks. The lake is huge and divides Austin into North and south. We kayaked past rope swingers (some were doing summersaults!), people paddle boating and canoeists. People seemed to take their dogs out with them and they were standing on the paddle boats / canoes which we thought was really sweet and we wanted a dog with us more than ever (Megan, they were really, so sweet; the sweetest - you would have loved a bull dog called Maddie. Oh my god so amazing!). The ...
... we had to resort to left overs from last night. The food was ok but the setting less so. A disused open land which might have housed houses in the past. No park eg. Anyway no sun so pretty chilly so we ate our left overs quickly and headed back to the freeway to New Orleans. The traffic was fast and we were parked close to our hotel by 5.30 which was a lot earlier than i had anticipated. We are staying at a Hilton hotel (prices reduced due to holidays and no ...
... attempts to locate a pool, we finally made way to "The Orchard" where some Hospira folks had access to a pool. After showers, twelve of us met at Trudy's for "Mexi's" and Honey Chicken. For whatever reason, Animal jokes broke out. After arguing against it for a few seconds, Luke and I serenaded a bacholorette with our own twist on "You've Lost that Lovin' Feeling" by the Righteous Brothers and headed towards Rainey Street. Hula Hoops, Tacos, and Giant Jenga.
... proceedings. Then she took us downstairs to the ground floor leading to underground Capitol extension where legislators' offices are located. All very big and impressive.
Our day today was capped off by watching the Kentucky Derby which put us into a mint julep state of mind. Now we are looking forward to the Bourbon flavored part of our trip later this ...
... concept of this company, which, in fact, is a chain.
Next we sought out a Flea Market. I'd found one on the internet that looked interesting, so we drove the fifteen miles to check it out. It's in a mostly Mexican area and caters mostly to the Hispanic population. Lots of fancy clothes, dress up parts for cars and jewelry among many others. Neither of us found any "tempters", but I did find a nice, very clean rest room.
I used ...