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... I had a list of places I wanted to get through) and last but certainly not least Franklin’s BBQ.
Franklin’s deserves it’s own special recognition. From everything I have read and everything that people have told me, Franklin’s is the best BBQ you can get. The brisket was best described to me as smoked meat flavored butter. With a description like that and an average wait of three hours standing in line, there was a lot of hype. ...
... in Austin to the wrong (old and out of date) address for Carl and Jo. With the help of the Rhyne family network, I eventually located them (a few blocks away) and had a wonderful stay. Carl made his famous breakfast the next morning, and Jo showed me how I could take in the Texas Hill country and still make the Mexican border by night fall.
I had a wonderful dinner that evening with Tony Beckwith. He is a friend of Mark ...
... I had been falling asleep, while seated on the hot bus for so long! So a gelato or even better a cold shot off espresso over a scoop of homemade hazelnut ice cream (my new favourite and almost daily ritual!) was the first on my to do list!
Unfortunately ice cream shops weren't appearing to be the local favourite when it came to the shops, instead we were confronted with 6th street (Texas's equivalent to New Orleans Bourbon St) and guitars. Yep thats right, giant ...
... d say to the parents, "Oh you have two little children!" Just to look down meant I had to bend forward, which I would do, and saw the kids and greeted them appropriately. We were also walking past a table of adults. Clarissa greeted them and said to one of the guests, "You'd like to shake Mr. Bunny's hand?" Bingo! I looked down to see the guy's outstretched hand so I could shake it. Otherwise, I'd have left the guy hanging having no idea what he ...
... The fact that he took the time to sit down and speak with us is incredible from the business perspective. This is the epitome of Austin's famous laid back lifestyle where everyone supports local or homegrown businesses. If it's not "local" the Austinites don't want it. Austin is a city that requires more than one visits. I'll certainly plan a return trip.
At the Sheraton overlooking the capital city of the Lone Star State
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