Orangewood Inn And Suites Austin North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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itchhiking Warning: Drivers in possession of drugs!!!! Recently a new hazard to hitchhiking has been brought to my attention. I have ridden with people in possession of, or smoking marijuana. And I have ridden with a guy who I believed after the fact to be using coke. But I never thought much about it. This has now changed. This blog post is about my time hitching to Austin Texas, But before I tell my story I would like to tell the story of a friend of mine who ...
... when 1.5 million bats head out from beneath a bridge on the main street. Unfortunately, it actually occurs slightly before dusk and hence i only caught the end of it. But may be coming back this way on Friday so could yet see the whole thing. Next stop San Antonio. This weekend is a long weekend and am planning to attend a rodeo at a place called liberty ...
... me spend as much time looking at the shops as I want without complaining once!! The shops are pretty funky. Lots of quirky independent start-ups with unique designs, paired with vintage antique shops, and lots and lots of cowboy boots. Blair falls in love with a pair of boots himself and briefly considers buying a horse so people at home will accept him wearing them. We play with rescue puppies, and eat S’mores fry bread from one of the many food caravans. We chow ...
... Cajuns. However, our planned week-long stay turned into a one-nighter, due to the fact that the campground was on a major highway (ironically, the campground was named Quiet Oaks!) and the fact that there was some flooding and about a billion mosquitoes ready to attack.
We decided to hightail it to Crystal Beach, Texas, which was our next planned stop. This is a sleepy little town on the Bolivar Peninsula, which is a free-ferry-ride away from Galveston. I had ...