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... turtles, I even got a selfie with a turtle - I made a friend in the hostel and decided to go out and experience some of that live music I'd heard so much about. Except it wasn't. I was told that the live music on 6th street happened much earlier in the evening. Never mind. Long island iced teas were $5 by the pitcher and I was soon making a tit of myself in another city. Ok, maybe that's being a bit too self-deprecating; starting a dance circle and ...
... on. The buses in Austin are only $1 which is great, no change needed, just a single dollar bill. The bus took 20 mins to get to downtown and runs through the suburb areas which gave us a look at the houses and streets, then it went past the Texas Longhorns stadium and university. Once we got into the city we got off on Congress street which seemed to be the Main Street in the city with the congress building at the end of the street. We spent the ...
... br> Whoever ran first would get a cup of coffee and a real NY Times. The
Times app had treated us well during our travels but having a real NY
Times between our fingers felt good.
That morning we said goodbye to the Godins and settled in as a family
once again. In the early evening we went over to see Courtney and Jeff.
They are doing great. They bought a house close to Mt. Bonnell that
was getting its finishing ...
We loved Austin, Texas. We got up to lots of fun things during our stay here. We stayed at the firehouse hostel, which was right in the hustle and bustle of sixth street. Sixth street is crazy and it consists of bar after bar playing live music. On our first day there the town was crazy due to a university relay championship that day. The street was all blocked off to cars and there were people everywhere. We went to a bar called shangri la and met a nice American couple. We ate ...
... conversation that lead up to her question, the girl's eyes rolled back and she turned to the others and said like shields of ignorance came crashing down from in front of their eyes, "MISSUS Claus!" and the others let out a collective "Ahhh!" like every piece of their puzzle finally fell right into place.
During one of the open houses as I was sitting and receiving a line of people, a boy who was no older than four came ...