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... re chained to the wheel. Music thrives here, permeates everything that moves, as too does democratic politics and a healthy gay community. Now that is weird! The city is a lefty oasis in one of the reddest states in the union.
Deanne and I hired a couple of push bikes and cycled to legendary 6th street. In an Irish tinged pub (named Paddies or Murphies or something to do with shamrocks) we found Joe G tickling the ivories solo. I requested something by Elton ...
... actual conversation, which was about an hour and fifteen minutes, so I will give you the abridged version***
Daniel was a weary traveler, he spent most of his time traveling around Texas. He was currently staying in his car with his wife but had said they used to live in a motorhome moving from camping spot to camping spot. He had all sorts of advice on the best places to stay without having to worry about the law hassling you. He was also an inventor. He ...
... I would like to state we did not request him as a host - he contacted us!! )
Saturday morning we are brought to a couchsurfing meet up at a brewery open day. A group of CS hosts from Austin were meeting up here and hanging out for a while - 10$ for a pitcher and you can refill it 3 times. Here we met some cool lads who advised us on all the cool things to do in town and told us we could stay with them no hassle if we wanted too.
Then our host took us on a ...
... stops along the way.
The Peter Pan themed mini gold had been around since 1948 so it was definitely a part of Austin culture and as we played our round of 18 there were many other Austinians taking part while drinking from there eskies. Don’t be alarmed, it's ok to drink, as long as it's not glass! There were some very entertaining holes with the loop de loop and massively unnecessary themed animals made from concrete. It was a fantastic round ...
... our hotel, it was far too early to
check in so we asked if we could sit in the lobby area until the sun
came up and we were able to go out. We used the time to Skype with
our parents- as it was a far more sociable hour in England. Though
not long after Lizzie was asleep on the couch in the hotel lobby. And
so I was left just to sit there fighting off the temptation to also
go asleep. The hotel were ...
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