Hampton Inn Austin - Arboretum Northwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... best western austin city. We out our bags and walked across the road to Denny's for lunch. After lunch we walked into the city. We walked down 6th street and then on to the capital building and the visitor info centre. We caught a taxi back to then accomodation after that as we were both feeling sick. Had a lay down before heading down to the restaurant for ...
... on hold for one more day.
After checking into our hotel which is located in Austin's downtown we headed straight over to sixth street which is the heart of the live music scene here. 2pm on Wednesday is clearly not the time to check this street out as all the bars are shut and the only liberally minded people you will meet are of the homeless variety. These guys really have taken the fight against capitalism to the extreme.
With everything seeming closed ...
I normally take lots of pictures, however I only took around 30 during those 2 festival days (a new record for little picture taking for me :-)). But watching and listening to music was so much more fun.
Today I listened to "Sons of Fathers" and they are soooooooooooooooooooooooo good. I highly recommend that band - you can also find it on youtube.
They literally blew me away. The ...
Leaving the still windy Galveston Island we headed out to the Shiner Brewery where we had a tour of the factory and then sampling. It is one of the best selling beers in America. Then we headed to San Antonio where we had a look around despite the showery weather. Finally, after a few hour exploring we headed to Austin, our destination for the next two ...
... oil paintings by a local artist. There was one of SRV (about 16x24) and I had to ask how much it was. It was $380 and I had to pass but it was a fun store to look through.
I raced back to the hotel to get ready for dinner. Tonight, Steve, his wife Candy and son Zach were taking me outside the city limits to the Salt Lick BBQ. This place is in every road food book and ...