Ramada Austin Central
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... then killed almost all of the people inside the fort. So we had a nice look round there, and once we were done Gordon had a new tire and we drove to Austin. When we got to Austin we firstly went to the state Capitol building to look around. It was very impressive, and the dome is very splendid, with balconies running around each level. We then headed to a graffiti park to look at some of the graffiti art there. Unfortunately that was the second of Gordon's bad events for the day, as ...
... br> I rode back to the condo before dark this time. I don't like the cold weather, but I managed to have a good time. Austin is a very cool town. Since I have time to relax, I uncorked the wine and typed todays entry that gets you all caught up.
Tomorrow, I plan on getting up and being on my bike by 8 am, in time to have breakfast and to be at the LBJ Presidential Museum at 9!
Sad goodbye to Jess and we caught the bus to Cancun International Airport $140 pasos. Or flight was only 2 1/2 hrs to Austin which then we caught a taxi to Jess's friend Kim's house who didn't live far out. Steph, Matt, Larns and I went for dinner at a delicious vegan place with the best veggie burgers I've ever had. There was a free concert in the park not far from Kim's which brought ...
... towed. It freaked me out cause I wasn't exactly sure what was going on, but I did remember that the guy had tried to explain something like this to me. I just couldn't understand him. We got to San Antonio in the morning after driving through the night and I called up one of my new roommates for a ride because I was so exhausted. I had made it from Orlando to Austin Texas and got 10 buck and a free meal on the process!! Though it wasn't always easy, and I ...
... all, to Santa, they're all young. And every adult giggled and laughed like they were five years old again.
I did get some good questions. One little boy asked what Mrs. Claus was doing. I told him she was at the shop in the North Pole watching the elves. The kid's dad said, "See? I TOLD you!" And then I threw in, "And she's baking cookies." and the kid lit up and repeated "Cookies!" I had no idea why I though Mrs. C. would be baking cookies, but I went ...