Travel Blogs from Austin
... Bend National Park. Austin is a country bubble filled with a huge mix of diverse, liberal, friendly people living with amazing nightlife, a beautiful lake filled with wildlife and excursions, great culture and good weather. It really is a travellers dream with so much fun compacted into a small, walking city. I think we will remember Austin not only for what the city gave us but the tattoo that commemorates the roadtrip that is definitely already the highlight of my trip so ...
... 11 and headed to Austin with one stop in a small place called Johnston where we went to a diner to experience something of Texas. It was called Country Cupboard and very nice indeed. The menus were written on brown paper bags. Arrived to Austin and Andreas navigated beautifully and found the Super 8 motel which i had booked in the morning on the Internet; $ 112 for the two rooms total. Great value indeed and the rooms very good. ...
... Kiwi's. The others from dinner had to go back to the motel after to get ready/organised before the group was meeting for drinks at 10pm. While having dinner, a guy called Matt from Austin was also enjoying his dinner. We started talking to him and got some good tips and ideas for the free day the next day. George and I didn't need to go back to the hotel so we ended up getting a drink with Matt. He took us to a cocktail bar a few blocks away. Austin reminds me a lot of ...
... in 3rd grade Mrs. Heegan showed us pictures of it in a slideshow. Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah at ONE TIME. When we got to Edwards, we put our bags down and went to the Blakslees house for dinner. The Blakslees are the family that my Uncle Tony lived with for 8 years while he was teaching out here. They have three daughters, Annie is 15, Emma is 12, and Molly is 9. We had so much fun. We went on a hike one day, but mostly we just played at their house ...
... cooled from the mid-sixties to the fifties as I write this. No more freezing temperatures now, so far. It's nice to keep the water hooked up and quieter without the sound of the pump.
Tomorrow we'll head into Austin to seek out a Farmers Market and a Flea Market or two. With so little storage space, the temptation-to-buy level is low, but you just never know what might catch our eye. More ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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