Super 8 Austin/University/Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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For the second year in a row we travelled just under 6,000 miles to reach Melbourne Beach.
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Stopped-off again to visit the War Hawk Air Museum in Nampa. This time we visited Don of Sue and Don Paul, longtime friends of Morgan. He is a real character and storyteller.
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Our standing reservation for lunch at Palisades on Elliott Bay with Dave Stockert. The views looking ...
... low price of $90US. I instantly put on my bargaining cap and talked him down to $55...woohoo!!! I checked out the ruins, got to do some tequila tasting, then made my way to a couple beaches. Finally landed at one beach where there were tons of people, food, boats, and the drinks with the little umbrellas!! Several guys came around trying to sell me souvenir items before another guy came around talking about parasailing!! I tried to contain my excitement and act as if I ...
Despite the fact that we didn't have a wild, bar-hopping, out-'til-2am night in Austin, we reveled in the fact that we got to revisit three of our favorite Austin spots in the span of about 2 hours. The next morning, we followed things up with a stop at our favorite breakfast taco joint, Mi Victoria Bakery. After stuffing our faces with $1.50 breakfast tacos, we hit the road for another 8 hours across Texas, towards El Paso. See you there!
... veg!) and watched a bit of TV. It was quite late by the time we headed out due to more transport difficulty (21st century America -it shouldn't be this difficult) and found some cool bars to sit and drink, again. Owen was back on the pickle drinks, but I was steering well clear. From what I remember it was a good night - not a bad atmosphere for a Tuesday. The next day was a bit of a struggle (particularly for Owen - the pickle ...
... our bed. We were, understandably, a little bit shocked. The people working at the hostel that evening came in, laughed for a bit, took a bunch of photos on their phones, and then spent the next two hours clumsily nailing it back up again with a nice big black tarp underneath so that the leaking roof wouldn't leak as much any more. That didn't work so good, the roof almost collapsed again and the black plastic just leaked in big dumps instead of little ...