- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for eating! I woke up the next morning, covered in bites, my trousers ripped and surprisingly hangover free. I'd stupidly assumed that as I was wearing trousers I didn't need to spray repellant, a mistake I would not repeat. One of the bars that we visited had a bucking bronco, nope, this is not how I ripped my trousers, unfortunately it happened when my trousers got caught on a bolt on the stool! Would have been much ...
... Kaitlyn and I biked downtown to meet our buddy Eric who was in town from Madison for work. We made our way downtown on the bike path (we both felt that the “bike friendly” description of Austin was severely overstated), grabbed some lunch and caught up with Eric before heading back to Ryan and Christina’s place. It was good to see another friend from back home.
When we returned the plan was to meet Ryan at Adelbert’s ...
... could actually get into, ended up with some fairly average Mexican. Day 2 found us splitting up for the day, me off to the GP for practice & qualifying, & Fran, . . . . to do some laundry, thanks sweetie, love you! Franny did head out after the laundry & found her own entertainment, 'twas market day on South Congress, lots of jewellery stands out on the street, of which she bought some. She wandered on further through downtown ...
... city is built around the river front and there is room to walk about without being squished, pushed and well just knocked over! I still maintain though there is a shortage of ice-cream shops! (Perth, you beat Austin on that one!)
We walked up the Main Street to the Congress Capitol on top of the hill. Now true to the nature of Texans, This Capitol building is the Tallest in America. Yes, they had to outdo Washington DC. You see the Dome on the top was ...
... were rocks and plants and reeds in the water. There was a diving board and we were also very lucky as the pool had only opened the previous day as it had been closed for winter. It was very cold, but very refreshing. We then strolled down to south congress where we had some lunch and had a look in a few shops but everything was closed as it was Easter Sunday. We came home and got organised to go out on rainy street. The street just looked like normal houses but they were ...