BEST WESTERN Atrium North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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... and one outhouse filled with spiders. Oh and a stream filled with tadpoles and baby frogs so as long as they don't come near my tent I will be alright as we're here for 2 nights and I need proper sleep. Once we set up camp we went to a restaurant called "Salt Lick" which is this big Texan BBQ place. There was a half an hour wait so we played Cards Against Humanity again and this time I won. Also you're allowed to bring your own cooler full of alcohol into this place so that was ...
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... Bend National Park. Austin is a country bubble filled with a huge mix of diverse, liberal, friendly people living with amazing nightlife, a beautiful lake filled with wildlife and excursions, great culture and good weather. It really is a travellers dream with so much fun compacted into a small, walking city. I think we will remember Austin not only for what the city gave us but the tattoo that commemorates the roadtrip that is definitely already the highlight of my trip so ...
On Monday the 11th Kasia and I woke up around 9am (where did the nudie cards come from?) and headed out to discover as much of the city as possible. Our first stop was a cafe called Bacon who is famous for their chicken and waffles. It was a three mile hike and by the time we arrived we were ready to consume half the menu.
Kasia got some breakfast tacos and I went with the chicken and waffles with bacon cooked into the waffle. ...
... back down to Austin.
Gotham City Bats.
I ran down to the Congress Ave. bridge to check out the 1.5 million bats that call this their home base. Just before sunset, the swarm began. The sky blackened. Apparently, they consume up to 30,000 lbs of insects each night. I quickly found out why people brought umbrellas as the bats began to launch guano-grenades (guanades?) at all innocent bystanders and bat-lovers.
After helping Luke move ...