Baymont Inn & Suites Austin South
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So today I flew to austin...had a change over in Houston and had to sprint to the second plane. When I got there they had already closed the flight so I had to persuade her to let me thorough. Anyway, got to Austin and the shuttle to the Hostel ok. As soon as I walked off the plane the heat hit me, it was about 6pm and still way over 30 degrees. The hostel is right on the corner of 6th which is right in the middle of everything. I met some people from Australia (Jess & ...
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We leave next Wednesday –anti-malarials start on
Saturday. 2 weeks inMyanmar/ Burma, a few days in Cambodia,
then almost 2 full weeks in Vietnam.
So the trip’s getting close, and I’m already learning.
One of the things I love about travel is that it ...
... doing). Plenty of Sharks on Discovery and Nat Geo.
I can't stop singing here. This is one of the most Lyman-friendly cities. Botanical Gardens, Lady Bird Lake, Zilker Park, Barton Springs Pool, Green Belt and Rock Climbing in the canyon on either side of dried up river beds.
While mountain biking down the Green Belt southwest of Barton Springs, a headless linen plaid manikin, with fuzzy orange nipple hair stared from its perch on ...
... Anyway, it quickly became obvious that Austin is a city with a great vibe: with a mix of music culture, commerce, arts, and just plain coolness. Holly helped me recollect the word bohemian, and that describes it, too.
We got some info from the downtown visitors center, then found a campsite ($32) south of town and got the camp set-up. Back into town later for a visit to the Commerce Bridge, a destination that Holly had ...