Hilton Garden Inn Austin North
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Here my Jeep, Father Coconut, gets his last shower as a one-owner vehicle. I feel a little sad about letting him go. :(
In case you missed it in the comments section of the other post, we won't get out of Lexington on our originally-planned departure date of August 20th. We have ...
First night of two in Austin at cheap motel, no internet and noisy rooms
Taxi ride into Dirty 6 and beers at the Jackaloupe with busty/tattooed bar maids
Great Peruvian street food then great Reggae Band night
Pete's Blog: Day Six (I think): Galveston to Austin about 260 miles. After five nearly perfect days, the weather gods evened up the score with a shocker yesterday. Wind, rain and ...
... table tennis, darts, air hockey, foozeball, arcade games and the game we ended up playing all night shuffle board. Thommo and dunga (Duncan) arrived a bit after 10pm, chips and PM had decided to head back to their hotel so it was only Bobbie, Thommo, myself and Dunga. Duncan has been solo holidaying in the USA for the last couple months and had joined up with the 3 guys (Thommo, chips and PM) after they left us in San Diego and met Duncan in Florida to ...
... highlights of the trip so far.
We had a lot of momentum when the band packed up, so we headed to another bar for darts. Afterwards, we had a long (but safe) walk home where we saw some more cool Austin stuff like huge guitars and construction. We were starving so we headed to What-A-Burger for a nightcap.
On the way out of Texas, we stopped for some real life west Texas BBQ and it was sweet.
... the 18 wheelers were not in evidence as they are on I-10. Traffic for the most part was light and we made good time.
Saw wild turkeys, deer and armadillos on this journey. What a treat! Of course as it got dark, we began to worry about keeping a deer from running out and ruining our whole day! Honked the horn ...