Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - Town Lake
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13th November 2013
Start: Super 8 Motel, 3110 Hwy 71 East, Bastrop, Texas
Finish: Extended Stay America, 507 South 1st Street, Austin, Texas
This morning we did the half hour drive to our nice homestead here in central Austin. $90 a night icluding parking. No more to say.
University of Texas dominates. Real quick trip from San Antone. Would make a great weekend between the two cities. Walked around UT campus, awesome, football stadium is enormous. Capital building is the size of the white house. A little dissapointed by Guadeloupe st. "the drag". Not too much other than a few co-ops. 6th street is awesome. A bunch …
... amount but we still agreed we had made the right choice and preferred our outdoor eating atmosphere.
And then yes...we really did take a nap.
At night is was time for Austin's answer to San Francisco's Beach Blanket Babylon (but without the drag queens and massively heavy hats). It was a very fun show with singing/magic/bad jokes. It turns out the cheap seats are the first 4 rows, so you have to pay more if you don't want to ...
Just over three weeks until we head to Europe. All of our flights are booked. Now, we have a few more items to get a handle on: 1) nail down the rest of our transit and hostels; 2) buy luggage; 3) fine-tune the packing list. The game plan for today is to talk over and book hostels and order ...
... place in the next community. A phone call connecting the two repairmen allowed the project to be concluded- the Louisiana shop would order the part and would install it when we got there.
The ride through Texas with all windows open to deal with the heat was not a lot of fun, but it sure made us appreciate air conditioning! Coming in to the repair shop in the heat of Louisiana, I had the opportunity ...