DoubleTree by Hilton Austin - University Area
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... Kim's push bikes the next day and drove around the river and across downtown. It was so hot and sweaty we were pleased to make it back to Kim's. It was so cool seeing everyone paddling down the river, people exercising and just everyone out and about enjoying the city on a week day. We did some rough planning of our roadtrip ahead. I also heard back from a job application. I contacted a lady from ...
... upon me when he dropped me off. I found my self next to a truck stop for another few hours in the rain before setting up my tent in the wooded area between the gas station and the interstate. And calling it a night, discouraged that I had only made it 50 of my 1500 miles that day. I didn't sleep to well that night, but when morning came I got right up and got back on the road. It was raining again. Mostly a sprinkle, but every now and then it would get ...
... Not in the Face was OK. Kay Leotard was somewhere I'm not able to go. Glad I went thou. To be honest it would be way better to be there with someone else to share.
Still I will never forget my time in Austin. Nor will my furry companion Doug.
Found out that Jason Isbell is going to be at Waterloo Records Sunday at 5pm. Not sure if I'll come back to Austin or not.
Till next time.
Up early and then southbound towards Austin, TX, the city that Holly was most excited about seeing on our trip. Let the record show that the central TX highway system is "under construction", as we encountered 100+ miles of MAJOR roadwork. Fortunately this didn't affect traffic as we made it almost into the Austin City Limits before traffic suddenly came to a complete stop. Maybe 1/2 mile ahead, we could see a bridge and a bunch of ...
... t know if I should clap or go and give him a cuddle.
Next day, I decided to have a wander around town. I past the University and the tower where the shootings happened in the 60's. They do a tour up the tower, but didn't fancy that...too morbid even for me. Went back to the hotel to check the weather channel, as storms and flash floods were expected along the route I was supposed to be driving to Lake Charles the next day. Decided not to take the risk. Booked ...
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