Holiday Inn Austin NW Plaza/Arboretum
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It was our second day in Austin an time to explore the city. We started off kayaking and then swimming in a natural spring for the morning after we headed to the shops to go thrift shopping for Sam's birthday dinner! Half of the group did a cowboy theme while the other half did a colourful hippy theme. I found a full piece swimsuit that was blue and purple and teamed it with a bright pink skirt! We headed to the Salt Lick for dinner where there was an all you can eat BBQ ...
... been intense thunderstorm the day before and the morning was gray and rainy. The slippery rocks and muddy ground on campus made graduation slightly more difficult, but the ceremony was still great. Unfortunately we couldn't take the traditional panoramic class picture in front of the chapel before graduation but had to take it on the Helm stage afterwards which was a shame. I was awarded highest standing for ...
... the Eastern coast of Texas was beautiful. Well, it was maybe a 6/10 on the beauty scale for me. The beach was lovely, of course, but everything else was mostly flat...not many trees, although we did get our first sighting of oil derricks.
The week we spent in Crystal Beach was fairly relaxed. We did get a lot of beach time, which included hunting for shells and shark's teeth (we found a few). We tried to really enjoy the coast, as this would be our last ...
... s in the 100k club with a listed capacity of 100,119 after a recent expansion was completed in 2009. It's the 6th largest stadium in the United States and the 9th largest non-racing stadium in the world according to Wikipedia. The official attendance at the Iowa State - Texas game this weekend was 100,018, although there were certainly more than 100 empty seats in the stadium. There is basically a horseshoe around the lower level with the south ...
... to go too, every bar it seemed in Austin had live music and you could just go from one to another with no cover charge. However, our plan to bar hop was scuppered when we got talking to the singer in the first bar who told us we should go to this other bar and he would give us a lift there an offer we couldn't refuse. The other bar was a locals bar with honkey tonk in a jazz style where we were introduced to lots of people and drank one too many two steps (a ...
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