Holiday Inn Austin NW Plaza/Arboretum
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... didn't work so had to traipse all the way back to reception to have a new one made. As I finally got into the room and allowing for the time difference it had been as near as damn it 24 hours since the alarm went off in South Wales. Ah the joys of international travel ...
... tirelessly to showcase the many waterfalls and historic resources along the route. The highway was the first scenic highway in the U.S. It is now a National Historic Landmark!
This week we will begin our journey to witness these spectacular sights in Portland. We will travel over the Sandy River to the Historic Columbia River Highway. Lewis and Clark ...
... with lines in front of them, campground sold out. We parked the motor home at a mall on the outskirts of the city, took our bikes and hopped on a city bus that took us downtown. There was a University of Texas football game so we rode around the campus-the stadium holds 119,000! The outfit of choice for the female students was cowboy boots and short shorts/skirts....for ...
... get to eat around 2:30-3:00"! I go back to the car, get the folding chairs and we sit down for a very entertaining afternoon. After eating some of the best BBQ we've ever had, it was time to head back to the hotel for a nap before heading out in search of some Sat night music. 6th St. was a little to loud for us and we found out about a little section of town just a couple blocks from our hotel. Raimey St had what we were looking for, outdoor Blues at a level ...
... The concept is an actual barn converted into a drive-through alcohol shop, where you can sit in your car, whilst it gets loaded with any bottled beers from around the world that you have a craving for. We weren't there for bottles. We were there for the KEG.. Turns out Phil is the proud owner of a 'Kegerator' - An old fridge with a DIY hole in the front and some pressure hose equipment inside. The keg goes in the fridge. The glasses go in the freezer to ...