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... had to see it all), we navigated to Rainey Street where a few blocks of historic homes have been converted into bars. First up, Craft Pride which has an impressive array of craft beers and a Via 313 pizza truck out back. I highly recommend The Cadillac pizza with gorgonzola cheese, figs, prosciutto and balsamic glaze. Next up, Container Bar which is made from seven old shipping containers. I then parted with my workshop mate, ...
... not just at sunset, these bats don't **** around, they are 24/7 bats. Same thing in Sydney Domain, bats, bats, bats, so many you don't even notice them. Maybe that's why there's such a lack of bat exploitation vis-a-vis the Sydney variety. But Sydney bats are not only huge they have big goggly brown eyes which has marketing potential. The Austin bats are butt ugly, not dissimilar to emphysemic pugs with wings. Still, they did not seem perturbed by their short-comings. ...
... the constantly horrendous traffic (all day everyday). However once we arrived it was well worth it. The brewery sprawls across a large farm like field with a small pour room, numerous picnic tables and large open air farmhouse with a pizza food truck (obviously). There was a fire pit, bags, a couple of dogs and a number of children running around playing in the fields. It felt more like a secluded winery than a brewery. We stuck strictly to thier sour ...
... Verga to use while we are here in Austin and headed to Edge Creek condominiums where we have a two bedroom apartment for the week. We are near shopping centres, IBM headquarters and the light rail line that travels into downtown Austin. After catching up with David Bordin who is staying with us, we drove to the supermarket nearby to shop for grocery supplies.
... was pregnant and Jeff's
health was back after suffering for the greater part of a year with some
blood virus that went to his heart. It was great to see them in such
great spirits. The apartment they were staying in was tiny as they
waited for their house to be completed and we had some good laughs about
it before heading to Amy's. Amy's was the original ice cream joint
that smashed toppings and mixed them into the ice cream ...