Casa Del Sol At Lake Travis B&B
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... 8217;s Grill before exploring South Congress Ave. It’s a busy street with lots of cool shops like Allens boots and Uncommon Objects. Later we had a drink at Gueros Oak Garden where a band was playing before heading to the Hope Outdoor Gallery. It’s what’s left of an abandoned building with every inch filled with graffiti - and it’s constantly changing. It was really cool. Next we made a super quick stop at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and ...
... so perhaps pick someone strong or someone you're not too fond of.
After returning home late there was nothing for it but to order room service for breakfast the next morning and only leave the hotel close on 3pm. We had gotten a list from Meredith on where the best eats were, and therefore headed to the top of the list, Franklins BBQ for lunch. Obviously now firmly in holiday mode we had no idea which day of the week it was but upon arrival when the sign said ...
... with duck quackers makes a big noise. Luckily the Austin locals understood and acknowledged our quacks.
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... mind that this may be the place for me to relocate to after living in San Diego for three years. I loved that they have live music and they also seemed to have music festivals and other events (nothing was happening on the days that I was there), but overall just enjoyed what was there to offer.
In the end I did end up moving to Austin in November 2013 and I am happy about the decision that I made!
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Gotham City Bats.
I ran down to the Congress Ave. bridge to check out the 1.5 million bats that call this their home base. Just before sunset, the swarm began. The sky blackened. Apparently, they consume up to 30,000 lbs of insects each night. I quickly found out why people brought umbrellas as the bats began to launch guano-grenades (guanades?) at all innocent bystanders and bat-lovers.
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