Residence Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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... we left the city, my car began to overheat. Apparently the stop and go traffic along with the oppressive heat was too much for the beamer. Got it checked out: the fan is just moving a little slowly, but everything is ok particularly if I keep the speed up so wind pushes more circulating air over the engine. Still, not the best news to get as we continue into the desert.
Next stop: an overnight drive to El Paso!
... a couple large swimming holes that are packed throughout the summer and you could tell why. The water was clear and cool and the small rock formations surrounding them were perfect for laying out in the sun. Since it was only midafternoon we took a drive out to the Draught House, another specialty craft beer bar, and enjoyed a few drinks on their outdoor patio before stopping at a liquor store to pick up some good beers and then headed back downtown. ...
Day 1 in Austin began with a short bus ride down South Congress St to an area known for it's unusual, hipster shopping & food. I highly recommend South Congress Cafe, in my opinion the best brunch of the whole trip so far!! Browsed through many interesting shops, lots of vintage boutiques & jewellery stores & oddities & antiques shops. Lots of old and/or weird artifacts, stuffed animals & halloween costumes. And boots of course, ...
... I had been falling asleep, while seated on the hot bus for so long! So a gelato or even better a cold shot off espresso over a scoop of homemade hazelnut ice cream (my new favourite and almost daily ritual!) was the first on my to do list!
Unfortunately ice cream shops weren't appearing to be the local favourite when it came to the shops, instead we were confronted with 6th street (Texas's equivalent to New Orleans Bourbon St) and guitars. Yep thats right, giant ...
Our first of two gas stops of the day occurred just outside Dallas. The station was small and I had to wrangle the RV to get up to the pump. As I'm standing there filling up some guy walks up to me and starts to chat me up. He's asking me where I'm headed and asks me about Austin and I'm thinking it's strange that he seems so friendly. Then the reason for his uninhibited social forwardness comes out.
"I'm having ...