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Travel Blogs from Austin
... to the home of my new meat mecca. We were soon at the front of the line and were immediately handed a small sample of tender/buttery/fatty in a good way/deliciousness. We debated sandwiches/ribs/sausages but ended up ordering a heaping pound of hot brisket some jalapenos and two sides (the sides were totally unnecessary...I have learned my lesson)
There was a curious keg of free beer for the taking but we stuck to our sodas. The brisket ...
... We head back to the medical center and see a different doctor. He says it looks like I'm allergic to the antibiotic, but he's not sure I should be on antibiotics anyway. Since I'm still congested, he thinks it might be viral and runs a blood test. The blood test comes back looking suspicious, and he notices my swollen lymph nodes. Time to run another test. As he suspected- it's mono. Joy. (Mono is called glandular fever outside the US) There are many ...
... is such an innovative idea that I think would be totally doable in Prince George and would help grow the spirit of Entrepreneurship that we often reference. The Camp, organized through the Rotary Club of Austin, takes place over three days on an annual basis. It brings together youth in order to experience the free enterprise system, build business plans, practice team building skills, and otherwise offer ...
... a few beers, a breakfast burrito, and a brisket sandwich before having to head off to the game. I had several Texas fans tell me that it normally is a bit more lively when the game starts later in the day. The stadium really isn't in a great location for prime tailgating, as it is surrounded by other buildings. The campus is just north of the state capital building, and every parking lot in that part of town had a tailgate going on in it, but ...
... about sunset, 1.5 million bats zoom out from under the bridge. We had a fairly good vantage point, and it was pretty cool to see so many bats! But it really reeked when we ran up to the bridge to get a better look.
Unfortunately, like I say - we only had time for one full day in Austin - so that was all we really got up to. It seemed like a really cool city though, but if I were to go again, I'd probably elect to stay in a hotel closer to downtown.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services