Aloft Austin At The Domain
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... that we all actually had a bed to sleep in, in Shannon’s cute little small town home while Kamal had to sleep on the floor when we stayed in Bryan’s mansion (hello irony). We all were exhausted by this point (continuing theme throughout the journey) and went to bed to get ready to leave at 3:00am for the Grand Canyon, hoping to get there in time to secure a first come first serve camping site (since our reservation got cancelled due to a credit card problem (insert grumpy face)). ...
... did mean that 3 Swedish people and me bonded over out broken sleep! I took a walk to SoCo today. The area non abbreviated should be South Congress. So maybe cool, dinners, bars, shops, boot shops!! Loads of great street food too, Austin has all the cool things that all the other city's have but they just seem to do it so much better. As I was walking I started talking to these two ladies who coincidently run ...
... was off and FLYING. Of course Tex was helping me keep on the level and instructing the wind tunnel operator on the strength of the wind but to me it seemed like I was flying. I did tumble over on my first turn but Tex caught me and helped me recover and return to the flying position. On my second turn Tex grabbed my overalls at my back, the wind was cranked up and we fly up higher into the upper part of the tunnel, this was the best part of the whole experience. Keep an ...
Ahhh Austin, how cool you are and how very much you remind me of Toronto. Cool, hip and funky with good looking, in-shape, well tatted, oh so hip denizens, a variety of cool neighbourhoods, a vibrant music scene, and tons of great restos, bars and shops. They do, however, have the most awesome ...
Our Journey to N. Austin to Crash
We headed north on Mopac Expressway, traveling about 55 mph and saw sparks in the rear view. After arguing about whether someone's bumper fell off, we realized that the bikes were no longer visible...Panic.
We pulled over to find that the bike rack's pin had jiggled itself loose allowing the rack to unfold and collapse. My bike was no longer attached. Luke sprinted to pull it from the middle of the road about 300 yards ...