Hyatt Place Austin North Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... the Alamo, and the Capitol is taller than the one in DC. For the sports aficiandos amongst you, we also visited Mellow Johnny's Bike Store - complete with seven (now discredited) TDF maillot jaunes on the wall from local boy Lance Armstrong.
We rounded out Austin with a short drive to the village of Wimberley, and its thriving arts community (and contemporary display of oversize cowboy boots, and this evening watched the ...
... and framed randomly with trees reaching out of the lake's dark heart. An eerie enough site made more so by a heavy cloud burst as we rode above the marshes and the gnarled heads of Wally gators.
We paused at Lafayette for lunch in an old style diner named Dwyer's. We made it just in the nick of time for the "home style" meal. A sweet old lady behind the counter rattled off the menu then dished us up some Southern fried catfish, shrimp stew with green salad, ...
... actual conversation, which was about an hour and fifteen minutes, so I will give you the abridged version***
Daniel was a weary traveler, he spent most of his time traveling around Texas. He was currently staying in his car with his wife but had said they used to live in a motorhome moving from camping spot to camping spot. He had all sorts of advice on the best places to stay without having to worry about the law hassling you. He was also an inventor. He ...
... from California. We got ourselves in a cab and headed for our hotel which was about 15 minutes drive out of the city and 20 from the airport. I'm really sick of being ripped off in this country and one way it happens is cabs taking you on the long drive, so I've been getting the quickest route up in my GPS on my phone and telling the driver where to go. This worked pretty well, the driver took the directions I gave him ...
... some free salads from Wholefoods? We hung out with the most ancient guy I've ever seen in a hostel, a douche from Tel Aviv, a very quiet Greek dude, a rather nice young lady from New Zealand, and Monica. We also managed to win a $10 iTunes voucher (that we couldn't use) and a Bill & Ted double DVD pack (that we couldn't watch). We ended up giving both away, which was a damn shame. Then we crawled into our lovely queen size bed in our private room and got some much needed sleep.