Adams House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with all its bars and live music. We went for a meal together and saw Alligator on the menu, after our experience with Minke Whale in Iceland we were hesitant to order it but Heather assured us that they were plentiful and weren't even farmed, and if they weren't eaten they would be culled anyway, so we were keen and it was delicious, and yes, it tasted just like you would have guessed...juicy tender chicken. Our ...
... else, remember the name “Mike”. This young fella has served two times in Iraq and, believe me, we would have paid anything for just his service in the military. After we saluted him, he gave us a deal. Would you want to be packing the roads in a midsized Dodge we had reserved or a lonesome Suburban sitting in the lot that called out to our luggage, “rent me”! Mike not only gave us the ...
... luis into a born-again outlet shopper :)
picking me up w/ truck camper in tow, we headed a further 40 mi south to a corps of engineer park (coe) on canyon lake.. known for its spectacular sunrises/sunsets and abundant wildlife..
we plan to see san antonio from here and also to spend a little down time..
... with are friends of Dad's and we drive the (short) 30 miles back to their house plotting how to kidnap him to America. Austin is supposedly the live music capital of America, nay, the world, and certainly from the things I hear on the journey that's true, but I was mainly looking forward to chilling out for a few days.
Still, I wanted to see at least some of the city, so, fuelled by my first experience of Tex Mex ...
... capital of the world" title. This morning was spent slowly puttering around the hotel, doing laundry, and observing Austin from my own meditation space on the 12th floor patio. In the afternoon I went on a hike through South Austin, which is a really neat mix of small shops, quiet neighborhoods and community art. The highlight was a small bridge into which a local artist had embedded mirrors ...