Days Inn Austin Crossroads
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We're getting ready and excited to head out on our first big family road trip! Here's our planned itinerary.
- 7/3 Drive from Austin to Gulf Shore, AL. 675 miles, around 10h 20m (according to google maps, of course it will take us much longer!)
- 7/4 Stay in Gulf Shores
- 7/5 Drive from Gulf Shores to Charlotte, NC. 593 miles, 9h 11m
- 7/6 Stay in Charlotte
- 7/7 Drive ...
..the gas station houses 120 fuel pumps...no less..
..the stop signs are twice the size
oil rigs are seen when looking out from the beach
and a final word from luis:
How do I feel about my new Truck Camper?
... filled to capacity. 6th street, conveniently split into West 6th - slightly more up-market, and East, or "Dirty 6th" which is wall-to-wall bars and pedestrianised at night to help everyone get smashed safely.
From downtown we headed over to what I'm told is an Austin "must", the Oasis bar, which has stunning views from the veranda out over Lake Travis (sadly low after three years of drought). The people on jet skis ...
I am currently sat at another airport waiting for my 3rd delayed flight and starving because they have shut all the restaurant because it is 9 in the evening. This fantastic stop on my journey was the first where I spent the whole time in a hostel on my own and now I am on my way to San Fran.
I arriving into Austin from Houston after a very interesting greyhound journey where I heard the life story of the nice man sat next to me including details about his life in jail, ...
... a baseball cap, apparently they can only be worn backwards so that the face can be seen. Seems to be a day for reprimands as Terry was apprehended by Security in the Capitol Building as he was carrying his pocket knife; they let him through when they realized it was only a 4" blade.
After spending many hours in the car yesterday we really needed to get out and about. The Riverfront along the banks of ...