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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... really a huge fan of country music but here, it is always going to be verging on the country side so I am trying to get into the vibe. I have heard some that is actually quite good! After a few drinks, we headed down to the main strip which I can only describe as crazy. The road is shut off and huge amounts of people mill about the streets, in and out of bars, drunkenly hugging their friends and eating greasy food. We went to a bar that had arcade games at the front ...
... of our stuff and drove the six km to downtown Austin where we parked and walked around the great, in size not necessarily in looks, State Capitol building with a dome bigger than the one in Washington DC. It wasn't open though so it had to suffice to circumnavigate it and admire various statues in the park surrounding it. Some weird Christians around. No whops open but we found a nice bar with an outside patio where we had a drink each. ...
... A copperhead swam up towards a moss-covered rock, discovering after many failed attempts that it was too slick to climb. Silly snake. He must have exhausted himself and wrapped up beneath a fern for some shade. I scampered along the canyon-side to a good little bouldering spot to tear up my fingers for an hour. I sherpa'd back up the canyon and threw on my helmet for a little mountain biking.
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... little squeaks. The only thing to distract from the show was some man riding not one, but two, horses across the bridge, and all the camera flashes as people tried to capture the spectacle on film.
Sun set, we made the walk back to Jersey, who was parked safely in SoCo. Just as we pulled into the campground, a bobcat slunk across the road in front of the van. Very rare to see so we can count ourselves lucky! All in all a very nice birthday, even if the ...