Austin Folk House Bed and Breakfast
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We're getting ready and excited to head out on our first big family road trip! Here's our planned itinerary.
- 7/3 Drive from Austin to Gulf Shore, AL. 675 miles, around 10h 20m (according to google maps, of course it will take us much longer!)
- 7/4 Stay in Gulf Shores
- 7/5 Drive from Gulf Shores to Charlotte, NC. 593 miles, 9h 11m
- 7/6 Stay in Charlotte
- 7/7 Drive ...
..the gas station houses 120 fuel pumps...no less..
..the stop signs are twice the size
oil rigs are seen when looking out from the beach
and a final word from luis:
How do I feel about my new Truck Camper?
That evening I caught my second ever (aTriple-A) ball game. Although it was better having someone there who actually knows the rules, and a massive hot dog, the Round Rock Express lost and I'm pretty sure baseball's not going to be my sport.
Saturday was a fun day. It consisted, in brief, of a male bonding session at a local brewery (a tour, 3 pints, + pints gained by unashamed flirting with the barmaids, + ...
I am currently sat at another airport waiting for my 3rd delayed flight and starving because they have shut all the restaurant because it is 9 in the evening. This fantastic stop on my journey was the first where I spent the whole time in a hostel on my own and now I am on my way to San Fran.
I arriving into Austin from Houston after a very interesting greyhound journey where I heard the life story of the nice man sat next to me including details about his life in jail, ...
... a neighborhood undergoing the early stages of gentrification. In the enormous bak patio of a small run-down bar I finally found my music night in the form of the Flametrick Subs, a pyschobilly band including a drummer who plays standing and a standup bassist with an undeveloped stump for a left hand. Novelty aside, these guys rocked and made the miles of hiking in search of music worthwhile. Great ...