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... a million bats fly out into the evening. After a while though they just started pooping all over the place, and it kind of lost its appeal. Then we trekked to the other side of town to try one of the most famous ice cream places in the US: Amy's. We waited in a pretty long line, but they had exciting flavors (I got Mexican Vanilla, worth it). Then we Ubered back to the hotel, driven by a lovely man with the prime example of Southern manners, and hit the hay! ...
When we woke this am we had a flat tire on the trailer. After a service call and a trip to Discount
Tire, we were on our way to Austin. It was pouring rain and there high winds so we drove slow and arrived in Austin after lunch. We walked to 6th Street and it is a beautiful city, If you are wondering whys here's no photos yet, it's because we have not taken a single photo. That will change tomorrow. Promise!
... yogurt and a sandwich was $34, I was so ******. We waited the hour and a half at the gate and finally boarded. We had a stop off in Denver Colorado, for a couple hours. We only got to see the airport in Denver before getting back on the plane to Austin, we had about 2 and a bit hours in the airport, all we did was get some food and look around. By the time we got into Austin it was 8pm, there was a one hour ...
... the Shawes. The kids
loved seeing them and it was just so fun hanging out and catching up.
That night we went to the Shady Grove for Alex's birthday dinner. The
Hamiltons and Miggins joined us along with some of Al's friends from law
school. The Shady Grove was great the second time around. It was
great to be with the Shawes, Miggins and Hamiltons. We could have
stayed all night. After a lengthy dinner that flew by, we went ...
Bright and early we left lovely New Orleans on our second
Megabus ride to Austin, capital city of Texas, to visit my Masi (great-aunt)
and her family. After an hour's stop in Houston, my dad’s cousin, Sonia, picked us up from the drop-off spot in Austin which was a tiny little car park on a side road (we have heard from Sonia since that nearby residents have started to complain about the noise!) It had been a
long journey without any proper food (hard to get much ...