Crestwood Suites Austin
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... Deanne and I took a stroll down to S Congress Street Bridge where the bats hang out...or under. Just before sunset we parked ourselves on the grassy knoll beside the river and took note of any possible bat snipers. The crowds were beginning to swell, entrepreneurs selling ice cream, water and bat cowls, children playing ball games without a bat, people singing bat songs:
"Bats the way, uh huh uh huh, I like it...."
"...and the bats in the cradle ...
... drinks, board games and just enjoying each other’s company.
The next three days were spent indulging in good food and great beers. One of our favorite bars was Craft Pride, they served only Texas beers. I was blown away by the amount of local breweries. Not only were there a ton of them, they all seemed to offer some really incredible beers. It was even more amazing since state law had prohibited much of the business up until only three years ago. ...
... old buildings with verandas and wrought iron grills, giant Casino and Hotel complexes (not one but three within a half mile of each other) as well as the railroad yard and tracks and station and refineries and … and yet, in the middle of this confusion one tall red brick building stood out. It had beautiful paintings -- in the Philadelphia style -- covering the whole side of the building on at least two sides. It was a kind of ...
... I had been falling asleep, while seated on the hot bus for so long! So a gelato or even better a cold shot off espresso over a scoop of homemade hazelnut ice cream (my new favourite and almost daily ritual!) was the first on my to do list!
Unfortunately ice cream shops weren't appearing to be the local favourite when it came to the shops, instead we were confronted with 6th street (Texas's equivalent to New Orleans Bourbon St) and guitars. Yep thats right, giant ...
... them and it had one of those tour guides that likes to
crack a joke every 2 minutes, but at least he was entertaining! The tour was
really great and San Antonio is the perfect place for a weekend break – lots of
great hotels and tonnes of cute little riverside restaurants and cafe’s. It was
a shame we were only there for the day but we ended it on a sweet note with
some much loved Haagen-Dazs which we both haven’t had in ages!