Red Roof PLUS+ Austin - South
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... After hearing that we were staying in a campervan, Annie offered us the space outside her house to park for the night. Another reason why Austin and its' locals just seemed to top a lot of other places we have visited; we were so appreciative and fell in love with Austin even more. We decided to go out in the evening to the college students area of Austin. The first bar we went to was quite empty but there was a roof top terrace and live music which was great! I ...
... we got them as take aways and sat in a square eating them hoping that we would not be accosted by home less people. Overall a great day. A long one but an interesting and varied one. Hard work to be a tourist in a city! Forgot to mention that when we walked past the car in the morning we noticed a parking ticket or a violation as it was called issued a bit after 8 on Boxing day morning. A fine of $20 to be paid which was at least cheaper than the hotel's overnight parking fee of ...
... heading down to Dirty 6th. Piled 5 into the 4runner and headed south. Side note: Chupacabra sighted on the way. As we were walking toward W 6th and gazing at the skyrises, Trevor stops..spreads his arms towards the immense sky and trumpets:
"SO THIS IS THE UNITED STATES!"
Most of us were crying and wheezing for breath.
The Ranch, Shakespeare's, dance-offs, and silly acquaintances.
Began the morning with a run at Lady Bird Lake. I ...
We are in Austin, Texas now staying at Lone Star RV just as we were a few years ago. Last time we were in Austin we had big plans to go downtown to see the sites including the Capitol, but those plans were foiled when there were a large number of birds found dead in the vicinity of the Capitol building. I think this was during the time that the bird virus first made its appearance and the city must ...
On Thursday we got our chores done. After doing laundry at a nice, quiet spot, we headed out to get some barbecue. We had met a man at a Texas campground, who recommended The Salt Lick in Austin. He had gone to college with the owner and recommended it highly. After a rather circuitous route, we found it, well hidden behind a large winery. We had passed by it once. The parking lot, no kidding, was huge, ...