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So we landed in Austin, Texas in the morning and kicked off the start to our family fun vacation! We picked out our rental car, a very important choice considering we would be basically living in it for the next week, especially for those of us sequestered in the backseat. Our first stop in Austin was to go to Franklin BBQ, supposedly the most famous BBQ place in Austin (even Obama went there!). Unfortunately for us, we don't have the sway that ...
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 ...
... street. We found a Mexican grill to have dinner at called Wild Cactus, it was really good, we tried the local Austin Beer and also had a fruity cocktail after our meals which we loved. We were at the restaurant a bit over and hour, once we left there we headed to an Irish pub for a beer, the Irish pub was opposite Buffalo Billiards where we were meeting my friends at 10pm. We stayed at the Irish pub sampling some more of Austin's local brews that all ...
As I prepared for our yearly summer trip, I came across this amazing map. I really want this map! I would love to display it in our office, well the work corner, now that we are in an apartment. The official description:
Track your travels with a handsome scratch-off-where-you've-been
map that charts globetrotting in a fun, colorful and innovative way.
Scratch off the areas you've visited to reveal adventurous pops ...
... mind, also how far it can help you to succeed.
The cycle itself im proud to say ive expierienced some beautiful places, from the lush greenery of Virginia cycling past the Amish to the dry desert like state of Texas and New Mexico, each was fantastic in its own way. Looking back i wouldn't of wanted to do anything other than cycle as we appreciated every view and every person we met. I hope one day we will challenge ourselves to this proportion again, but until then thanks for reading. ...