Days Inn Austin Crossroads
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... sun sank at a regular pace below the horizon, a few baby bats that I at first mistook for humming birds, sprang forth furiously flapping to a guard of raised digital devices capturing mottled images, most of which were already available on google by the truck load. The bat parents followed and there were a lot of them, no doubt about that.
Twilight passed with the photo opportunity and we strolled back at a pace well below that of a bat out of hell. We ...
... of Dave and Sam’s last day in Austin we ventured to Franklin’s. Although it would consume a large percentage of their last day in town and a good chunk of their vacation overall, they both agreed that it was a must. We waited in line for just over two hours before we arrived at the counter. I ordered the brisket and rib plate with coleslaw and beans, of course I requested the fatty brisket. After some Wisco love from the men cutting our meals ...
... in Austin to the wrong (old and out of date) address for Carl and Jo. With the help of the Rhyne family network, I eventually located them (a few blocks away) and had a wonderful stay. Carl made his famous breakfast the next morning, and Jo showed me how I could take in the Texas Hill country and still make the Mexican border by night fall.
I had a wonderful dinner that evening with Tony Beckwith. He is a friend of Mark ...
... city is built around the river front and there is room to walk about without being squished, pushed and well just knocked over! I still maintain though there is a shortage of ice-cream shops! (Perth, you beat Austin on that one!)
We walked up the Main Street to the Congress Capitol on top of the hill. Now true to the nature of Texans, This Capitol building is the Tallest in America. Yes, they had to outdo Washington DC. You see the Dome on the top was ...
... into your mouth and soaking your clothes.
Now imagine that while this is happening, you are holding two cardboard toilet paper tubes up to your eyes and looking through them like binoculars.
While you're doing all this, navigate through crowds in a small restaurant and interact with parents and children during a holiday celebration as THE center of attention and not let on for one second that you're rapidly losing quarts of water at ...