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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... starting to feel quite Christmassy). Excitingly I've also been asked to write an article on my experience by the American Dietetic association, paediatric newsletter. I managed to drag myself out into the cold on the second day wrapped up in Denver like attire. I went on a free tour of the state capital building and visited the history of Texas museum learning lots from the Alamo and ...
... there at the exact same time. We will say his name was Roy. Roy is a 22 year old who was hitching to Austin from northern Colorado. His trip started out strong, but as the weather turned snowy, rides became a bit harder to come by. he kept on pushing and finally he caught a 12 hour ride from Colorado to albuquerque New Mexico with ( as Roy described) "a normal looking white male in his lower 30s". They drove for a bit before the driver asked Roy to drive because ...
When travelling through Canada I saw an absolutely fantastic live band, called "The bright light social hour" and I always wanted to see them again. Unfortunately though, no one seems to know them in Europe, so my only chance to listen to them again was in either the USA or Canada.
As I still had some holidays left and always wanted to do ...
... is overrun with live music, even on a week night; on the corners, in the supermarket, you name it. There is a strip south of town known as SoCo that is pretty cool and has a similar vibe to west hollywood but without the palm trees - some type of tree has returned however (have not seen many since leaving the coast). The daily tourist attraction occurs ...
... I take Jersey on the road towards Austin.
Luckily, the drive is only 80 miles. A piece of cake. We take it slow, spending a bit of time at an outlet mall, and searching high and low for a new fridge to replace the one I broke. Our search takes us to Cabelas, which can only be described as Blairīs all-time favourite store. Greater, Blair declares, than the Museum of Natural History in New York, combined with your classic New Zealand Hunting and Fishing shop. ...