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In Austin, you see all these t-shirts and hats and souvenirs that say weird Austin or keep Austin weird, it's like their slogan or something, today we would find out why. We had an early night and finally got out of bed early enough to make the 9.30am cut off for breakfast. It was a fairly descent free breakfast, cereals, juices, coffee, tea, muffins, Danish, fruits, toast and a waffle maker with the mix ready to go. After breakfast we did our laundry ...
... that turn traveling into a "domestic" treasure hunt of on-the-fly
geography lessons. Its brilliant colors and worldly charm is sure to
enliven any room--just be sure to keep a coin handy for easy scratching!
Made in the UK.
The only caveat is that each continent is one color. It would have been better if each country was a different color. I still want it though (HINT, HINT anyone that is looking to gift me ...
... the time lying down to enjoy the music; with lights in the sky, good atmosphere it was a good way to spend a Sunday. I opted for some coconut water after a while because of its BOGOF offer, but I should have told them no, as it was disgusting: it tasted like wet dogs smell.
We left after Arcade Fire; they concluded a good festival and a very cool city, one that’s definitely worth a visit if I’m in this neck of the woods again. ...
... But lovliest of all is to be in a CITY. As soon as we saw the high buildings of Austin reaching up towards the sky in front of the van yesterday afternoon as we approached this moderately sized Texas-town we cheered. After having spent the last 2 weeks in the middle of nowhere it is nice to be back in civilization where there are bars, restaurants and nightlife. After setting up our camp in a campground right next to an annoying motorway we headed into town and a famous ...
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