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... nature to me now when arriving in a place. Do Vegas have one? Their main source of tourism is historical landmarks right? I really did enjoy the emphasis on pre-westernised Tejas, as well as their proud heyday as a republic, but I left with some questions: where wa Kennedy being shot in Dallas? That's kind of a big, if not dark, part of modern Texan history that should probably be addressed, even if it's just a fleeting reference right? Secondly, ...
... headed, he said he would take us for $12, thinking he was just some old guy trying to make some cash and being too drunk to care we just got in. Luckily he wasn't a crazy serial killer, he was actually a very friendly, very chatty old dude who was a tour manager for a Beatles tribute band who didn't pay his taxes and got taken for 2.8 million by the IRS. He talked the whole time, he'd been to Hobart and stayed at the casino. It was a pretty cheap ride ...
... highlights of the trip so far.
We had a lot of momentum when the band packed up, so we headed to another bar for darts. Afterwards, we had a long (but safe) walk home where we saw some more cool Austin stuff like huge guitars and construction. We were starving so we headed to What-A-Burger for a nightcap.
On the way out of Texas, we stopped for some real life west Texas BBQ and it was sweet.
... one more minutes I saw a drag queen and two guys making out and than everything got clear. In the same moment the others realized the same thing. So we walked one time up and down the bar while finishing our beer and left. We went to two other bars but everything closes at 2 so we soon drove out of the city to find a place to stay. We ended up taking our sleeping bags and sleeping in the park by the Spring Pool. It got a little chill in the night but it was nice sleeping ...
... all approached wanting to get their pictures taken as I sat in my chair. One woman was particularly big, but I said, "wouldn't you like to sit on Santa's knee?" She giggled and sat on one side as one of the others sat on my other knee. They all took their turns and snapped photos of each other acting like little girls again, hugging me and hamming it up.
One girl asked why Rudolph's nose was red and not some other color ...
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