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... had to be one of the most discusting things I have ever seen. Only a few seconds in one of the guys arms completely snapped leaving it dangling from his shoulder... His night was ruined but our night was just getting started.
Day 4 in Austin, 16th:
We actually did something productive today instead of sleeping. We woke up rather early and went to this place called Jacobs Well. it is basically an underwater cave in the middle of no where, where a naturally ...
... Austin has managed to keep local businesses in and many chain businesses out which not only has helped to fuel their local economy but helps to keep Austin's image its own
As for my visit to Austin on this trip:
We stayed at the Embassy Suites off of South Congress which is a really nice hotel in a perfect location to merely walk downtown. My favorite part of the hotel is the ...
... me from Day 1 in Austin. Good programming, enough talk, enough news, and laudy miss maudy there is music music music. It's not a blues station, like some I’ve loved, or a jazz station; nor does it dote on country, or folk, or bluegrass, or latin. It does everything.
Listening to the Eklektikos show a few days ago while computering, I heard Emmylou Harris ...
... the Dell Diamond was in a new, vibrant stadium complete with life size cow statue near the entrance. It was a hot night. Concerned about our lack of air conditioning, we stopped at a store and bought a small fan to circulate air but found it too cumbersome for the RV, and returned it a few days later.
A huge treat for us was the chance to visit the LBJ museum in Austin. I have particularly fond memories of his presidency and have always admired his ...
... so they didn’t really have much going on in the House of Representatives or Senate rooms, but we still went in to have a look.
After the Capitol Building we walked over to the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, which tells the story of Texas. It starts on the first floor with Spanish colonists coming to Texas and their interactions with the native people. It has three floors and proceeds through Texas history to the most recent information on the ...
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