Hilton Garden Inn Austin North
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... to the park to watch on picnic rugs chilling having a drink. The vibe was really cool, Kim said this happens fortnightly which made Austin a very cool place. The next day Larns and I mapped out our trip for the next month which is looking exciting. We tossed up if it'd be worth visiting New Orleans because we heard such good things about it but it added an extra 16 hours driving. We ...
... feels like freedom is slapping you in the face.
Moved a couple of beds and dressers with Luke and his roommate. Met Bill…the captain of the cactus courtyard at his apartment in Hyde Park. Bill may have once been a sailor and was one of the more hospitable folks I’ve met. Luke and I headed up to Mt. Bonnell, a legendary mountain overlooking the river ("you're supposed to take girls there"). After some sunset pictures atop the gazebos ...
Wednesday 7th August
We said Goodbye to Ambergris and had a short hop with Maya Air back to Belize City. The pilot seemed to spend most of his time filling in paperwork, rather than flying. I wanted to say, Watch the sky, please, but he seemed to know what he was doing. I guess if you fly the same route 4 times a day you really get to know it. Then a wait in Belize for our flight to Austin and home. Oddly we met the ...
Up early and then southbound towards Austin, TX, the city that Holly was most excited about seeing on our trip. Let the record show that the central TX highway system is "under construction", as we encountered 100+ miles of MAJOR roadwork. Fortunately this didn't affect traffic as we made it almost into the Austin City Limits before traffic suddenly came to a complete stop. Maybe 1/2 mile ahead, we could see a bridge and a bunch of ...
... head off to explore the River Walk. It actually was pretty cool like people had told us. We took a boat tour and heard some of the history of the River Walk and surrounding areas. The coolest thing to see was the floodgate system. They showed us how they can shut off the entire River Walk area if the San Antonio River starts flooding.
There are a lot of great restaurants along the River Walk, and you also get serenaded by a dozen different mariachi bands. The ...