I like that Solstice Senior Living at Austin is close to my house. The staff has been working there together for years. It holds about 120 people, I think, and they have different sized apartments and cottages, and it's on 40 acres now. They've got this cute little bridge that walks over a ravine, no water hardly is in it, and then they have cottages that you can rent back there with fireplaces. They get three meals a day and housekeeping once a week. They have activities like happy hour and grocery shopping. They do all this stuff to keep people busy. A lot of people in their 60s, 70s, 80s are there, and even some in their 90s. It's good for my mom; she likes everybody. Lunch is like a group thing; everybody socializes at lunch and after lunch. It's like a community; it's good. We like it there. I help them throw parties, and I helped throw the New Year's Eve and the Christmas party. Everything is reasonable. The prices are good. The facility is not perfect; it's an older building. They have bingo, line dancing, drum circles, painting, card games, movies sometimes, happy hours, and live music. They serve wine and liquor, so the entertainment is really good. There's always something to do. They imported a chef from another facility somewhere, so he's worked for the company for forever. It's worth it. It's free cable, free electricity, and free food, and they take you to places you need to go to, like for appointments or the store or whatever. It's really a good deal.
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