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... invalid. I decided to just use my phone - thank goodness for Apple maps, and wing it until dad was able to call them and get it sorted (another drama in itself where they couldn't understand why it was invalid - had we entered the number correctly?). We drove out to Lockhart - about 35 miles south of Austin - the home of the Texan Barbecue. There are only about 3-4 'bar-b-que' places to eat at; Lockhart TX is probably smaller than Lockhart NSW. Maurice had previously recommended ...
... had moved my bag -- supposedly to the lower storage area of the plane. In order to find whose bag it was, the Continental staff had gone into my suitcase and from my purse they got my return ticket and my name! Yet they did not have enough sense to at least give me my purse or to see if I needed anything (such as my medication) or wanted anything (such as my jewelry) from the bag.
Although they knew from my ticket that I had ...
Austin is a cool city. I have been there on business 3 times. Once we managed to empty a bar by playing "Dancing Queen" on the jukebox. Then for the return of F1 in 2012 and this week for SXSW. The city has a raw energy to it and never misses the opportunity to ...
... umbrella open as we ran back and forth across the six lane road trying to decide what to eat for lunch. Eventually we ended up at a little Thunder Cloud Sub shop (who knew it was a franchise?) and Kelsey grabbed a fake chicken sub while I had something with turkey, ham, and bacon, and it was delicious.
From there we wandered inside the cinema complex, picked up our tickets, and proceeded to sit on a bench for the next hour ...
... pizza and beer joints carried, featuring Vouvray, Trebbiano and Gruner Vertliner by the glass – though when Sue ordered the last two, the bartender seemed unaware that they even carried them.
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;Texas is flat in the east and as it moves away from the Mississippi Delta it becomes rolling then mountainous as you head west to New Mexico. ...