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... of road straight as a bullet, an amazing feat of engineering, a breath taking exit from a breath taking city. I may live to eat my words, but as much as I'm anticipating our New York leg, for me, I don't think any city will top the one stop charm of New Orleans.
We pushed on thru Baton Rouge towards Lafayette, which takes one adjacent to Atchafalaya National Wildlife Reserve and across Lake Bigeaux swamp. Mile after mile of tiny emerald islands doming out of ...
... want to go riding again - maybe North Carolina. We drove to Austin, parked, and walked into a few hotels to check prices. Ended up at an Extended Stay as it had free parking and was still pretty central. We found a sports bar for dinner, walked along some of the main roads but nothing much was happening due to the cold. Early ...
... maps got a street direction wrong and we couldn't get into the street off the interstate because it was one way, when I saw the hotel I pointed it out and the driver immediately turned almost into a car next to us. We got there safe in the end but had to walk a little way. We checked in, our new room was ok, it had a strong smell of cleaning products or something to start with but the room was a good size and the ...
... made us all want to go back to Uni! After the tour we headed to Barton Springs which is a public swimming pool, but the water comes from a natural spring. As a result, it is very cold, and there are rocks, kelp and fish swimming around too. Very refreshing. Dinner was at a BBQ joint which had its own brewery on site, so we sampled some of the local stuff and ate some tender brisket! Yum! Back to camp and bed ...
... them and it had one of those tour guides that likes to
crack a joke every 2 minutes, but at least he was entertaining! The tour was
really great and San Antonio is the perfect place for a weekend break – lots of
great hotels and tonnes of cute little riverside restaurants and cafe’s. It was
a shame we were only there for the day but we ended it on a sweet note with
some much loved Haagen-Dazs which we both haven’t had in ages!