Courtyard Austin Downtown / Convention Center
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... SOCO district which was filled with young people and looked interesting but it was 100° so we passed on doing anything outside of the car.
On our last night of this trip we decided once again to have Mexican and after looking for several places we settled on a downtown restaurant Cantina Laredo and boy was that a good decision. It was an upscale Mexican restaurant and I had Carne Asada while Sally had Short Rib ...
... re very excited. We'll depart Austin at 8pm tonight and fly to LA where we'll then fly to Hong Kong before catching another flight to Bangkok and then one last short flight to Phuket. Our total travel time will be approximately 36 hours! We're hoping to be able to sleep on the plane so that we can hit the ground running once we land. The weather ...
At Starbucks I mentioned 2 unrelated things to graham 1) I wasn't sure if I had my ID with me I considered bringing my US passport for ID purposes. but better reserve the possibility of losing it when I actually leave the country and 2)does he have his green card because there's a check point between TX & NM. G: "There's a checkpoint?" N:"Yeah it's a customs checkpoint. They look for illegal entry and contraband" G:"Do you want to go back home for your passport? " N:"No! ...
... BIG.FAT.DONUT., so we had to turn around and get one because it was a big PERIOD fat PERIOD donut PERIOD. It was ginormous and it was good, the ice cream was amazing, vanilla bean. He was too distracted to take a picture, but it was RI-DONK-U-LOUS.
Well, off to START packing O_o
Here's to good travels, the good life, and a new adventure!
Peace, Love , & Chicken Grease
ha! Taking it old school!
... out a little more, Franny and I went to explore the beautiful big mansion and came upon a room with a grand piano that a man immediately sat down at and started to play, asking me to sing along.
We got invited that night to go listen to some jazz bands battling it out, but I felt like I had gotten my taste of Austin, and I had to rest up to hit the road the next day, back to 'Burque for a sweet second to catch up on laundry and the life that I had put on hold.