Adams House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... crying in their beers.
As I mentioned before - I strangely had only met one Australian during my travels until now -
who should walk into the pub - none other than James Segeyaro who plays 1st Grade Rugby League for Penrith. I approached shook his hand and introduced myself. James was in Austin for the ACL with a bunch of other Australians. Now I have met about eight Australians!
Rode back to the apartment ...
... South Congress is basically just a small little strip 2 miles south of the capitol building that has a bunch of nicer restaurants and shops. Outside one restaurant there is a popular piece of graffiti that says “I love you so much” and we did the tourist thing to do and posed for a whole album of pictures in front of it. After walking around contemplating where to eat for almost an hour we decided on a small pizza joint that ...
... had come to a close, and I had to give the rental car back to its owner. It has now been almost a full week without a car, strictly riding my bike. It has helped that I was scheduled to work a ton and my work isn't a far ride. I have been in constant communication with Roger on the status of my car. It is still currently in the process of getting put together and being distributed to the dealership, where they will add on my extra fun accessories. I should ...
First night of two in Austin at cheap motel, no internet and noisy rooms
Taxi ride into Dirty 6 and beers at the Jackaloupe with busty/tattooed bar maids
Great Peruvian street food then great Reggae Band night
Pete's Blog: Day Six (I think): Galveston to Austin about 260 miles. After five nearly perfect days, the weather gods evened up the score with a shocker yesterday. Wind, rain and ...
... and the rest of us 5 went down to Rain or Rainy street, it a street just out of town where all the residential houses have been turned into bars. It looks just like a normal suburban street with family homes but inside are set up with bars. Apparently the story goes the neighborhood was really dodgy so the government brought all the houses and turned it into a bar strip to get rid of the dodgy characters giving the place a bad name. First ...