Quality Inn North Austin
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... news the following day...my transmission is out and it would cost more to fix it than the car is actually worth...ugh! So I was carless for about a day, before I came across an amazing website: relayrides.com. It works like airbnb.com (the site that I used to find my apartment that I am living in right now), except relayrides is for cars. I found a car, sent a message to its owner, and within an hour the guy dropped off his car for me. I got a 2007 Honda Civic for $550 ...
... book shops, costume supplies, clothing and food trucks. Whilst there we managed to pick up another intrepid traveller, this one all the way from Australia, Iain, and we swept him along on our adventure. We coaxed him along with promises of indoor s'mores and fabulous smoothies and I'm proud to say we delivered on both counts! I'd always heard of s'mores from movies or TV shows but been somewhat baffled by their exact ingredients but a coffee shop in Austin has cottoned ...
... come back to haunt him) but eventually we got back on the train ready for the 36 hour journey over to LA. Urgh. On the way we encountered 2 medical emergencies, a dead guy on the tracks, a complimentary gangster, 2 Canadians and a woman from San Antonio dressed for Halloween that gave us a Lego British policeman. To say it was a day & 2 nights on a train it really wasn't that bad and the scenery was pretty epic through Texas and ...
... were surrounding the Dallas area. Nathan and Patti both called me at different times asking if we were alright. It seems that the storms were making the national news. Lefty and I moved the motorcycles so my seestar could put her car back in the garage just minutes before the hailstorm struck The news reported grapefruit, yes, grapefruit sized ...
... Brit called Joe (technically, and legally, from New York state). As you can see, loads of northerners. So not only is my accent ridiculed by foreigners but also by my own countrymen (and women). There is no 'r' in bath- fact.
Taking advantage of the lakeside scenery and indoor alcohol curfew at the hostel, we predrink in style out on the pontoon and head off into town. As I begin to lose control of motor function I can tell I am definitely back with the Brits.