Crossland Economy Studios - Austin - West
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We arrived in Austin which was still hot of course, we considered walking to get the bus but with a bag that's nearly as big as you and heat that melts Tarmac I decided the only option was an Uber to the house. The problem is with the heat it makes you not want to do anything and therefore exercising is more of a struggle, I would quite happily walk everywhere to save money but sometimes it's just too hot. Also when I say hot I don't mean temperature wise such, it's ...
... the way and saw a ridiculous number of churches and pick up trucks - we were definitely in Texas! In total we drove for about 11 hours, stopping a few times, once to grab lunch and then to fix the windscreen wiper in the rain, again, I got soaked!!! Finally we made it to target at about 8, and picked up a few bits and ...
... są ogromne. Trzeba jeszcze tylko popić shakiem, colą albo piwem. Nie zdążymy jeszcze opróżnić szklanki, a kelner już przybiega z dolewką, więc wiadomo, że na jednej coli się nie skończy. Oprócz tych trzech posiłków są jeszcze przekąski: lody, ciastka, chipsy, chipsy, chipsy...
Podsumowując, jedzenia nie trzeba gotować, pieniędzy jest dużo, porcje są ogromne, ...
The largest Whole Food store is it's flagship store sitting under it's head quarter in downtown Austin. 80,000 SF - I think I heard a few orgasmic sighs as people walked in.
... grace in the midst of the struggle to survive.
The ride down across Eastern Texas to Austin is fun. I had done it a year ago. Once you come free of the southern pine forests in the East, it becomes rolling cattle and crop country -- and looks a lot like Uruguay. The feel was the same -- the watering ponds, the livestock markets, the rolling fields and rounded bales. I started to check off the differences: oaks and sycamores ...