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... order food and drink which is served to you at high-top tables right behind the stall. I wish I had one of these at home because they hold tournaments, leagues, and even feature a full bowling alley underneath! It's a nerdy golfer's heaven! Haha! A couple of hours at the range, and with our bodies sufficiently worked out, we headed back to Tacy's place where we'll be staying for the next couple of nights. It's nice to be among friends and staying in a comfortable ...
... We would have liked to stay longer but it did not work out that way. The city has three of our major check list items for a final destination; food, beer and entertainment. The negatives are definitely the traffic and being stuck in the middle of Texas. However, it is still in our top three of places we would settle down in along side Asheville, NC and New Orleans. It was great to get to see so many friends and catch up with family I have not seen in a long time. ...
Located 25 kms south east of Austin, the Circuit of the Americas is Formula 1’s first purpose-built racetrack in the United States. The circuit was widely acclaimed after its inaugural Grand Prix last season because its layout was deemed technically challenging for drivers and engineers alike. Sector One is dominated by fast changes of direction, much like the Becketts complex at Silverstone. There is a steep, ...
... into any room and you will be served a meal. Apparently the rooms are still set out like an actual house, so I guess you could be eating your dinner in the bathroom? I suppose, after one afternoon in Austin, this didn't really surprise me. My conclusion is, It's a radical and creative city that is very alive and young.... I liked it! they just need more ice-cream!!!!! Ooh and they do have stars! I hear Sandra Bullock has her ranch just out of town and she's not the only one :o)
... Schlotzsky's and a very cool Asian place called Fire Bowl. Following the food trend (have you guessed we love to eat??), on our second
night before she went on a hen do, Sonia took us to a good ol’ Tex-Mex place
called Chuy’s where we had the most amazing dips and nachos. If anyone is in
town we would definitely recommend this place and Fire Bowl!
Over the weekend we spent some good time with Masi and Masa.
On the Saturday, we chilled at home ...