Holiday Inn Austin-Town Lake
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... during the meal that I thought I may not even be able to finish. After everyone finished stuffing their faces we headed into downtown Austin to walk along Lady Bird Lake (which is just part of the Colorado river that overlooks the city and thus deserves a separate fancy name. On our walk we stopped every 5 minutes to take a new picture because as we got further into the water the view of the city became clearer and thus more picturesque. ...
... the evening and met Seth, Lara and Colby and after a few drinks as we enjoyed catching up we headed out to the bar strip of 7th street which was buzzing with college returners. We stayed here for the duration of the evening hopping between bars which was great fun and thankfully- inexpensive. The following day we did some exploring in Austin with Seth and Lara viewing the ...
... Texan man enthralled at all the British sporting and cultural knowledge I spewed at him was pretty awesome of me.
Saturday was more of the same, walking around enjoying the glorious sunshine whilst gorging on Mexican and barbequed food. Although I decided to go to 6th street earlier to catch some of that all elusive live music, finally! Except it wasn't what I'd imagined. It was a little disappointing really, with some of the bars literally having ...
... As it was lunch time, we took the bus and decided the walk could be on the way back.
Finding our way around was pretty simple. The main street is called Congress St, and all the other streets come off that like 1st, 2nd, etc.
We found a cool bar/restaurant to eat at where it was 3 cheese baked macaroni for lunch!! When full up we ventured down to the Capitol building, similar to the one in Washington. Around the building there were war memorials, pearl ...
... drop their old leaves when the new spring green comes in. A true Texas tree, they are suited for Hill Country soil and even thrive in the coastal plains.
Seldom over 60 feet tall, their massive crowns may spread up to 120 feet. Known for their longevity and durability, live oaks can live 200 years or more in undisturbed landscapes. Strong wood characteristics, the spreading, low branching ...