Country Garden Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... driving away from it the cam belt (think that's right) stopped working. As a result we got taxis to the south congress shopping street we were heading to, and Chris stayed with the Gordon the bus. The shopping street way great, full of really individual shops, had a lovely look round, which was made even better when I found an a,axing wool shop! I have never seen a selection like it. Inevitably I spent far more than I should! It was so hard to pick though! I did manage in the ...
When in Pensacola we couldn't imagine leaving, and were definitely sad to say goodbye, but it was time to move on and start our little journey across to Austin where we had our next flight booked from in 4 days time. Workman and Heather decided to join us on our first leg, and drove us to New Orleans where we spent the evening together eating Benoirs, drinking hand grenades, and soaking in the atmosphere of Bourbon street ...
... to the park to watch on picnic rugs chilling having a drink. The vibe was really cool, Kim said this happens fortnightly which made Austin a very cool place. The next day Larns and I mapped out our trip for the next month which is looking exciting. We tossed up if it'd be worth visiting New Orleans because we heard such good things about it but it added an extra 16 hours driving. We ...
... up. It turned out to be a great trip, and I feel I learned from it. I'm blessed to have made it so smoothy and quickly. It was truly amazing! And I am thankful for all the people out there who are willing to pick people up! So for a quick update on my life. Austin leaving has been great, but I still am trying to get on my financially after the move. I've been doing chainsaw training and today I felled my first tree!!!!! Life is Good* trademarked Thanks for ...
First American bus trip by myself & it was pretty uneventful, I did get to see some old oil rig things though which was quite interesting :) arrived in Austin, a huge university city & headed to meet up with the guys. In the evening we went to see the bats, a famous bridge in Austin where, I think, 1,500,000 bats live and at dusk they all fly out to go hunting - the bridge was packed & it was definitely a sight to behold. They just kept ...