Econo Lodge Austin
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... of summer, and that the traffic would be terrible and the towns overflowing!
So we chose to stay in the less touristy eastern Algarve, in a 'rural turismo', a small establishment out in the country. I rented the cheapest car I could find, and we were ready to go. Here's a map of the country, so you can see where we were. Believe it or not, they claim the western most point in mainland Europe, in Cabo de Roca, near ...
... of Dave and Sam’s last day in Austin we ventured to Franklin’s. Although it would consume a large percentage of their last day in town and a good chunk of their vacation overall, they both agreed that it was a must. We waited in line for just over two hours before we arrived at the counter. I ordered the brisket and rib plate with coleslaw and beans, of course I requested the fatty brisket. After some Wisco love from the men cutting our meals ...
... grace in the midst of the struggle to survive.
The ride down across Eastern Texas to Austin is fun. I had done it a year ago. Once you come free of the southern pine forests in the East, it becomes rolling cattle and crop country -- and looks a lot like Uruguay. The feel was the same -- the watering ponds, the livestock markets, the rolling fields and rounded bales. I started to check off the differences: oaks and sycamores ...
... Andy but annoyed we had missed it, we arrived at our camp site, where we were staying in cabins! As you may have gathered from my previous blogs, this is exciting for two reasons: A/C and mattresses! Once settled in and fed, we headed out to celebrate one of the girls' birthday on Six St where all the bars are! The drinks were sooooo cheap it was amazing! The only drink I regretted buying was the Blue Wave. ...
... so we walked all the way to the top where there was one little door to the bleachers not locked. We were only in there for a couple min. because people worked in there and saw us. It was about 7 when we went to the famous Stubbs BBQ restaurant and had all you can eat BBQ. It was so much that we didn't need to eat the next day. Of course we wanted to experience the nightlife of Austin so we changed clothe and went to a club called swan dive. A guy earlier told us we should ...