Candlewood Suites - Austin Arboretum-Northwest
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... they seemed so set on proving me wrong (funny how that worked out for them). Anyways the bats continued to pour out from under the bridge for almost an hour at what point Jessie’s sweet tooth kicked in (okay that was a little unfair, it was hot out and we all wanted ice-cream) and so we decided to get some ice cream at Austin’s famous Amy’s. The ice cream put us all into a food coma and we decided to hit the hay as we were getting up at 4:00am ...
... for dinner in South Austin. We stopped at an amazing craft beer store on the way and got some local brews.
We had a really nice time hanging out with Leslie, Brad, Jack, Sam, Pearl and Ralph. They cooked us a Tex Mex dinner and it was delicious! The chicken was so good that we had to go get some for ourselves the next morning. ...
With our updated passports and new visas in hand, we're on the final countdown. T-minus ~48 hours.
I'm feeling thankful that British Airways has added a direct flight from Austin to Heathrow...that will save us a few hours of a long trip. We leave out of Austin at 4:10pm on 6/11 and arrive London the next morning at 9:25am. After a 3 hour layover we're off to Entebbee, departing Heathrow at 12:30pm 6/12 ...
... Kiwi's. The others from dinner had to go back to the motel after to get ready/organised before the group was meeting for drinks at 10pm. While having dinner, a guy called Matt from Austin was also enjoying his dinner. We started talking to him and got some good tips and ideas for the free day the next day. George and I didn't need to go back to the hotel so we ended up getting a drink with Matt. He took us to a cocktail bar a few blocks away. Austin reminds me a lot of ...
... to pump water into the troughs, the auction houses at key locations. Now I understand Uruguayans going to study at Texas A and M. Its like coming home. Only the eucalyptus were missing.
In the middle of cattle country lies Livingstone, which became my archetypal Texas country town. Friendly but tough, I had a nice meal at the local cafe and then someone tried to do me out of ten dollars when I filled up with gas.
Going West gets tough in ...