La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Capitol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... because we did not have to deal with a strong sun hitting them and an earlier shower made the roses pop with drops on the petals. Car #2 followed the rules and we never saw them but I understand their “navigator” led them on a one way street the wrong way, and had a “deer in the headlight” sighting and a verbal “sh—“ as they learned the streets of downtown Portland.
..the gas station houses 120 fuel pumps...no less..
..the stop signs are twice the size
oil rigs are seen when looking out from the beach
and a final word from luis:
How do I feel about my new Truck Camper?
Headed down to the Texas capital, Austin. Very nice city. Tour of the capitol building (yes, another one) followed by a stroll around the city. Interestingly, the legislature is only part time and will not meet at all next year. Austin is known for its live music scene but unlike a lot of other places that pretend to be (London, New York, etc) this ...
... on the Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo, there’s supposed to be a street party going on in town. So we cross the river and walk down along Willie Nelson boulevard, another street full of lovely shops and restaurants, and down to the party. But everyone just appears to be standing around drinking margaritas, and we’re feeling kind of hungry. Having heard that Austin is home to the original Whole Foods Market, we set out in search of it.
Up to the ...
... was the Buckhorn museum...there are thousands of animal heads hanging on the walls and full sized bears and critters everywhere - some still look alive and hungry! Lots of Texas Ranger memorabilia and a replica of a western town, too.
Another day we drove, with dog in tow, to Bandera, a small but bustling cowboy town full of saloons and western supply stores and meandered our way through the Hill Country. I cannot think of a way to describe ...