Embassy Suites Hotel Austin Central
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Today I had a bit of an awful experience, this guy agreed to hosting me from couch surfing. Against my better judgement I accepted!!! He was a complete pervert!!! I won't go in to detail, but I had to escape- so with the help of my trusty sidekick (Jayne in England) I made my getaway. So had a stressful day driving round in a taxi looking for a place ...
... second deck. We watched that for a little while and then got into the car to drive the almost 4 hours down to Austin.
We got to Austin a little too late to go out the first night but since none of us had showered since St. Louis we all were ok with just using the night to recharge. We slept in a little and then we went to a BBQ restaurant about 20 miles outside of the center of Austin called The Salt Lick. It is a classic Open Pit BBQ ...
... hotel next to the airport in El Paso before heading over to spend the night at Adhara's old friend's house. Kasia booked that particular hotel because it was a water park and thought it would be fun on the off chance that it would be nice enough to utilize it. It turned out to be the coldest day of the entire trip with the temps dipping down to the mid 40's, so not only was the water park closed, but the giant water slide seemed ...
... were being kicked out of the bar we were in. We walked around for a few minutes trying to find somewhere else to go to and we came across 3 guys from Austin. Two were so very Texan! Clean shaven faces, strong Southern accents and cowboy boots! George asked them where we could go now. To our amusement, Austin has a 2am lock out - no alcohol can be served after this time. However, there is a nightclub you can go to that serves water and red bull. But luckily it was closed - imagine ...
... and intimidating.
There was a special exhibit of award winning and famous photos not just of LBJ, but he and Kennedy were the main subjects. You left with a definite impression that he was worn down by the job almost from the very beginning. Starting with Kennedy's assassination, the exhibits covered the Vietnam war, his social projects, the ...