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... a quick stop back at the house we walked back to Rainey Street. Most of the bars don’t serve food but you could buy food from the food trucks and take it back with to the bars with you! Later we stopped at the Container bar for a few drinks. Yvette wasn’t feeling well so headed back with Pat but we stayed out for a bit longer…
Sunday morning we got a taxi to Green Pastures for a delicious buffet brunch. There was so much food and we tried to wash ...
... Mondays, we came to the conclusion that it was indeed Monday since Franklins were very much closed.
Not on Meredith's list but the next BBQ place we found was Stubbs BBQ and we can now see why this joint did not make the cut. The meat was dry dry dry. Only once we were leaving did we notice the giant barbecue sauce jar on the table behind the menus which may have helped make it less dry.
I had read that the thing to do in the evenings would be to watch ...
Old photos long-stored in a box conjured up questions and memories of stories told in the past. I found a black and white picture of my parents seated on the running board of his snazzy convertible and couldn't resist tinting the car yellow--as I believe my mother told me it WAS yellow! Were they planning their honeymoon as they sat nestled side ...
... Centre we travelled through the old part of town and amongst all the old buildings it became very clear to us what is weird about Austin. Want to know? Google it and you'll find out.
I agree....Keep Austin Weird
Anyway, the duck tour was a fun activity.
When we were all quacked out we shot off down to meet Ailien for lunch at Players Burger joint. This place sits in the middle of the University of Texas Campus and specialises in ...
... into Del Prado and saying hello to Bill, we met up with Harshaad and headed to Top Golf. Neon-lit targets, numerous rounds of games, marble tables and Restoration Hardware-style couches, great food and drinks, foosball and shuffleboard. Chuk E. Cheese for Businessmen. That is all I can say. So much fun.
Round 2 was much more successful. I pulled off on a gravel turnaround and biked several miles through the Texas morning ...