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... early the next morning for our Greyhound bus to Houston, Texas, a 7 hour journey. The Greyhound wasn't like the smart new one we caught to get from New York City to New Haven, it was like going back to the '90's / early '00's with the classic obligatory drug addicts and generally pretty rough people. It was fine by us as it was comfortable enough and made for some light entertainment at times, also our entire journey only cost ...
... TV and bathroom. It almost made we want to put our home on the market and move in until I snapped back into reality knowing I needed at least a gas stove top for cooking! Finally “Happy Hour” with our other Austin “Honored Citizens”. Our group of 15 is recognized by the mega cameras hanging from their necks during the daytime and we quickly gathered in
the eating area. After a long day of ...
... San Antonio.. explored the 15 mile River Walk by tour boat..
stopping at it's oldest established mexican restaurant,
Casa Rio est.1946
and of course.. the Alamo
Luis took a step back in time, when we stopped by his old army base - Fort Sam Houston - where he trained as an army medic 42 yrs ago
... the local burnt brown stone. Inside it's a dazzling white though so a bit like someone turned the Denver capitol inside out, and I had fun getting photographed in front of Davie Crockett. UT campus is fairly standard: spread out and concretey with the occasional nice library. The shocking thing is that the UT football stadium, home to the Texas Longhorns, has a capacity of over 100,000 and would be the largest stadium in Europe, and ...
... interesting. It's a few blocks of old homes which have been converted into comfortable pub-like "craft bars", with great drinks and a really nice storybook old south atmosphere. This was also where I found my first "real" band, a crooning country western trio, which, while not quite my mood, definitely had some talent. From there, it was over to "dirty sixth", which is a few blocks under the ...