Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Austin North (Pflugerville)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... County. His accent was so subtle, a nice gentle drawl that just made me want to sidle up to him and be his best friend. The BBQ in this place wasn't the best, but I was still pretty happy with the sweet tea, and the fact that we were on vacation.
We then checked into our hotel, and proceeded to our next destination: some swimming hole outside of the bigger city bounds. We hopped into the car and set off for the inviting luscious water out in ...
I have decided to ride a bicycle from San Diego CA east. The bike I am using is a ten year old Bianci Volpe touring bike. I hope it holds up for the trip but some how I think it has a better chance of holding up than I have. We (Doris and I) will leave tomorrow headed west toward El Paso. I am excited to get underway.
... music festival, now we've all met up again in Austin. We spent the next couple hours drinking beers and playing shuffle board. Shuffle board is a game played on a long wooden table about 20-25" long covered in sand, each player or team has 4 metal discs similar to a hockey puck, you push your puck down the table trying to get it as close to the end as possible, at the very end of the table is a 4 with a line then a few inches in front is a 3 and a line, ...
... getting up and getting ready to go eat and then purchase some last minute travel necessities. We went to another BBQ place Ant found. Not crazy about the name La Barbeque O.o but there was no line when we got there and the food was very good, not Franklin's great, but yum. We got pulled pork, brisket, sausage, and a big ass rib. (see the picture below of Ant eating it)
I was stuffed, but as we drove away, Ant spotted ...
... with the Capitol tour we walked north about five blocks to the Texas Museum which is outstanding. The history of Texas is amazing with land grants, cowboys and Indians, war with Mexico, Civil War, Oil Boom, etc. We spent over three hours in this museum and that was going through it quickly – you could spend a week in the museum.
Headed back on bus 30 to our campground and then rode some of the bike trails ...