Country Garden Inn and Suites
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We rolled in to Austin early evening and set up camp while Kaitlin picked up our brisket dinner, which was absolutely delicious! BBQ brisket with coleslaw, bread and salad...Texas style! After dinner we headed in to town to watch the largest suburban colony of Mexican free tail bats fly out for the night. I was hoping that they would head over to our camp to feast on the Mosquitos over there as I was starting to look like a dot to ...
... Antonio friends and family and made the 3.5 hour drive east to Houston. I spent the day exploring Houston's biggest park, I saw a house made up of beer cans (see pictures), and saw a giant waterwall....no not a waterfall...a waterwall (see pictures). That afternoon I checked into a Houston hostel. For those of you that don't know, a hostel is like a dorm style hotel. You share a bedroom with up to 7 others and share a bathroom as well. It is a great way to meet ...
... A legacy that Austin would like to forget. An era the whole country would like to put behind us, forever.
Austin is a beautiful place with its rocky hills, springs, streams and lakes. The Texas State Capitol is beautiful pink granite and, although modeled after the U.S. Capitol, is a little taller, just like Texas. Wear your hat a little taller and your pants a little longer.
It is great to see ...
... of the cars through this corner. Alonso and Button were pacesetters for session 1.
Redbull quickly emerged as the pacesetters with both Vettel and Webber dominating the second practise sessions.
Keep an eye out for us during Qualifying tomorrow. Mike has arranged for us to be in the Force India Garage for Qualifying. A truly unique experience and we thank Mike immensely for giving us this ...
A 5 hour drive from Louisiana took us over the Texan border and eventually to our camp site in Austin. On crossing the border we stopped for photos next to the 'Welcome to Texas' sign. Murray had just one the first set of the Wimbledon final so we had a photo with the Union Flag to show our support. Back in the car we quickly fell asleep, and awoke to the news Murray had won Wimbledon! Must have been our photo. ...