Red Roof PLUS+ Austin - South
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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!
... I live for.
After the end of their show it is time for the main act. "The Cure". They play 2 full hours and their show is amazing.
For the last 20 minutes the rain starts dripping and I try to protect myself a little bit with my slight rain coat. They are in the middle of their last song "Boys don't cry" - what an awesome song, when the clock says 10 p.m and wummmm, suddenly ...
... my hives to clear up to determine when I could leave. My original Friday departure date came and left, but it looked like things were getting better. Today (Saturday) my parents decided they would risk sending a still slightly itchy and blotchy Danielle to Istanbul. The flights were quickly booked, backpack hastily stuffed, friends texted to say goodbye. It was a whirlwind to get prepared. And now I'm sitting here on Saturday night. I'm supposed to be asleep (I ...
... options! We had plans so we weren't able to spend time waiting in line. However, since it was Friday, the cousin and I didn't have to wait too long. Its definitely a restaurant with a lot of lines though, but its not that bad! The process is pretty cool! You walk in and they have menus for you too look at while you stand in another line next to the bar. The ...
... get a portrait until he leaves office. Then everybody shifts over one position!
I had some lunch in the outstanding cafeteria downstairs and while resting on a bench near the gift shop met Wilma, a retired schoolteacher from Lubbock. We chatted about schools, and teaching, and changing times. She was there with her parents, her sister, and a nephew and niece. I met them too, a delightful family, headed for San Antonio after a ...