Blair House Inn
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... the night drew in, it began to rain and people were getting doubtful to the fact that the bats were not going to appear. Like streams of black smoke they drew high in to sky as thousands of small bats emptied from the bridge. The night drew in and the bats became hidden by the night sky. We went in search of another bar renowned street called Rainy Street where a whole street of houses had been converted into indie bars. We went past them all and selected the best one for a couple of ...
... Gruene was decimated by the boll weevil cotton blight of the 1920s and the Great Depression. By 1950, Gruene was a ghost town. Redevelopment and restoration beginning in the 1970s have turned the community into one of top Texas tourist destinations with 19th century homes today bed and breakfast attractions. Gruene was annexed into the city of New Braunfels in 1979.
... also came along to help us rookie bike riders (ME!) out, and he was great too! Just had a wonderful experience, and I look forward to doing the tour again someday when I visit again!
After our tour we headed back to the hotel to rest and change, then went out with our friends to grab some Beer-Ritas! :) I don't remember where we went but it was a great night and we had a blast.
... was a wonderful success as we abandoned the youth to their final gyrations. Thank you Carl and Joe, and we wish you long married happiness Sarah and Kiran.
We had spent the day as an extended family, wandering round Austin, lunching and swimming in a therapeutic cold water spring in the middle of town. Daniel celebrated his 27th birthday -- one of many birthdays that took place that weekend. It was so warm we visitors were in ...
... but I do think this dish needs more chili.
I walked around downtown a fair bit. In Austin for $2 you get 24 hours of transit anywhere transit goes. I spent some time filling out paperwork while in Austin,and due to this just really wasn't feeling very inspired by the city itself… hence the lack of pictures. The city was pretty though and had some really cool photo opportunities along the way.
I spent the night drinking ...