Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - Town Lake
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Many of you will be confused by this second entry - from Austin, Texas. As lots of you know first hand, we had intended our trip begin with the necessary visit to Ottawa, to change our US visa from 'diplomatic' to 'tourist', but events in the last few days in DC conspired to delay our departure, and with it our appointment in Canada - we are now scheduled to go later in the month, so with three weeks up our sleeves, ...
... place had live music! I wish I had been just a little bit older so we could have at least gone into one and hung out.
Before this trip I thought that I knew I definitely didn't want to live in Texas, and that I didn't understand why people would want to move there, especially immediate graduates. After visiting though, I realized it's a super cool place! There is such a lively scene with music and a cool downtown area, it was just the right ...
... want to go riding again - maybe North Carolina. We drove to Austin, parked, and walked into a few hotels to check prices. Ended up at an Extended Stay as it had free parking and was still pretty central. We found a sports bar for dinner, walked along some of the main roads but nothing much was happening due to the cold. Early ...
... into the campground since it is off of interstate 35 on University property with a big parking lot. One can bike from the campground to one of the bike trails by using the sidewalks and it is an easy ride. Bikers are all over this city on the sidewalks, streets and trails. Very bike friendly. The Visitor Center, Texas Museum and Capitol are all good places to visit. We loved this campground, this city and people that live ...
... we turned our heads in the direction of the Texas Rangers World Series game on the bar TV was when shouts of "Hey Georgie" drew our attention to George dubya Bush throwing the opening pitch to someone who looked a lot like Dick Cheney, but was probably a league commissioner or someone like that.
Sunday Spin with the Jack and Adams Cycling Club
Austin has several mammoth bike shops, including the famous Mellow ...