Quality Inn North Austin
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- Swimming pool
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... County. His accent was so subtle, a nice gentle drawl that just made me want to sidle up to him and be his best friend. The BBQ in this place wasn't the best, but I was still pretty happy with the sweet tea, and the fact that we were on vacation.
We then checked into our hotel, and proceeded to our next destination: some swimming hole outside of the bigger city bounds. We hopped into the car and set off for the inviting luscious water out in ...
... I don't do it on my own in my room before breakfast, I don't drink every day, I don't judge people who don't drink or think less of them, etc. etc."
"So...like...what do you do for fun?"
I told them I wasn't going to lecture them in a non-Reaganite fair-minded liberal sort of way and politely told them where they could go to **** off away from me. Although I did in my head at least.
If that wasn't enough, a guy who was ...
... street. We found a Mexican grill to have dinner at called Wild Cactus, it was really good, we tried the local Austin Beer and also had a fruity cocktail after our meals which we loved. We were at the restaurant a bit over and hour, once we left there we headed to an Irish pub for a beer, the Irish pub was opposite Buffalo Billiards where we were meeting my friends at 10pm. We stayed at the Irish pub sampling some more of Austin's local brews that all ...
Quick run again around the river, and good thing it was quick, as we spent the next few hours walking and shopping the city streets of Austin. We figured out we did about 14kms of walking!
Was a random eating day – cinnabuns (most amazing sticky, cinnamon’y, delicious things), frozen ...
... would be willing to sell us an extra generator, to use until such time as we could get it repaired. They also suggested that we get to the park, where there would likely be business cards from local repair shops- needing repairs on the road (as we were to find out more often that we'd like on this trip) was common.
So we got to the Oak Park RV Park south of Austin, and were relieved that there was ...