Star of Texas Inn
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We left from Austin at 4:30 pm to Paris and got there at 12:20 pm. The flight cost $1598.
We rent 2 rooms at Pull Man Montarnasse we got 2 separate rooms that cost us $203
After arriving at the hotel we rested for a bit then we got ready then we took a taxi to pizza hut ...
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... kayaks. The lake is huge and divides Austin into North and south. We kayaked past rope swingers (some were doing summersaults!), people paddle boating and canoeists. People seemed to take their dogs out with them and they were standing on the paddle boats / canoes which we thought was really sweet and we wanted a dog with us more than ever (Megan, they were really, so sweet; the sweetest - you would have loved a bull dog called Maddie. Oh my god so amazing!). The ...
... i could have had anywhere. John had one with shrimp which at least was a bit unusual. Boring bread and the whole concoction boring. Much better in terms if fare was our visit to a French cafe called Cafe d'Or where lovely coffee was served and nice pastries too. I had an almond croissant and it was fun to sit at the window in true Parisian manner and look at all passers by. Went to all the different quarters, strolled trough a market, visited a cemetery where a famous voodoo ...
... filled to capacity. 6th street, conveniently split into West 6th - slightly more up-market, and East, or "Dirty 6th" which is wall-to-wall bars and pedestrianised at night to help everyone get smashed safely.
From downtown we headed over to what I'm told is an Austin "must", the Oasis bar, which has stunning views from the veranda out over Lake Travis (sadly low after three years of drought). The people on jet skis ...