Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - 6th St.
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... with adobe homes and a way station on the Butterfield Overland Trail. Lots of history, including tales of Billy the Kid.
We stopped here many, many years ago and have been promising to return ......... so we made it this time.
The weather was not not great but it did not stop us from taking in the sites and enjoying ourselves around town ..........
Congress Street leading to the Capital Building
... loans...but I just had to share because I'm elated!!! I went down to the credit union and within a half hour later I walked out of there with a $40,000 loan (I don't know if I'll need the full amount, but better safe than sorry) with a 1.59% interest rate....boomshakalaka!!! YAY!! Auto Loan...check!! I was on top of the world...I made my way to the Subaru Dealership where I sat down and worked with a guy about a deal on a new 2015 Outback. Unfortunately for me, they ...
We're so glad we decided to make a stop in Austin! Even though it was a Monday night, 6th Street still had a lot going on. We decided to just wander around and see if we could find some live music. We went into a couple of places and managed to meet a bartender from Philly! It was nice to talk to a fellow Phillies fan. He gave us a "to-go" list of places and people we needed to see that night. So off we went, with ...
... bunch of classic Cadillacs planted bonnet down into the desert where anyone can just come along and spray paint whatever they wanted to onto the cars, very odd but pretty cool as well.
So after a 7 hour drive we arrived into Austin and headed to our new favourite diner Denny's (especially as they have fanta on draft) for a full meal and drink for $8 - bargain! Next morning we headed off to explore Austin. Given that our knowledge of Texas ...
... d paid a little more attention to how high the heals are. Considering I’m usually a flats girl these are going to take a bit of getting used to but after running in them for the bus with my pack I discover they require almost no breaking in, apart from one single blister under my big left toe. Best of all they’re dam cute and cover up my at times still puffy right foot. For the first time in a long time its wonderful to have feet worth showing ...