Econo Lodge Austin
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... house and we showered and chilled inside. Today we decided to go tubing down a natural spring pool $10 rental. We had 6 of us go and chill drinking floating in the heat! So good :) Headed out after to Rainy St in Austin which is a mad street of houses turned to outside bars. We bought tickets $30 to see Bombay Bicycle Club an Australian band who were cool to to see. 19th May We had a great opportunity to leave our van with a friend of Jess's Kim in Austin. Allana and I walked ...
... 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 ...
... feels like freedom is slapping you in the face.
Moved a couple of beds and dressers with Luke and his roommate. Met Bill…the captain of the cactus courtyard at his apartment in Hyde Park. Bill may have once been a sailor and was one of the more hospitable folks I’ve met. Luke and I headed up to Mt. Bonnell, a legendary mountain overlooking the river ("you're supposed to take girls there"). After some sunset pictures atop the gazebos ...
... I take Jersey on the road towards Austin.
Luckily, the drive is only 80 miles. A piece of cake. We take it slow, spending a bit of time at an outlet mall, and searching high and low for a new fridge to replace the one I broke. Our search takes us to Cabelas, which can only be described as Blairīs all-time favourite store. Greater, Blair declares, than the Museum of Natural History in New York, combined with your classic New Zealand Hunting and Fishing shop. ...