SpringHill Suites Austin Northwest / Arboretum
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Bangla Rd in Patong Phuket), we then caught another bus to get to our evening food tour. Again venturing all over Downtown Austin, but this time on electric bicycles, we stopped at various food trucks for delicious cuisine including: Texan BBQ meats, Southern pizza, Thai, and home-made Snickers ice-cream! Gaining a great understanding of Austin history and tradition throughout the day we crashed at our accommodation for an early bus to San Antonio ...
... and it looked as though one of the young ones was going to actually fly off! He would perch on the edge of the nest, flap his wings and lift off about 15 feet before coming back down on the nest.
We also did get in some kayaking as well as a couple of trips to the Badu House for Thursday night Texas Musicians night. We did seem to be making good use of our time!
What had started last night continues today. Rain. And because of a little bit of rain (by European standards) the 3rd day of the festival is cancelled.
I honestly cannot believe this, nor can any of the other festival visitors.
(Nicely the visitors at least get their money back for this lost day - ALC sends over a cheque, but the amount the bank takes from it as fees is ridiculously high.)
In the same ...
... see the Capital State Building. On our way there we stopped to take some pictures with a giant colourful guitar and got talking to a girl who was moving to Belfast the following week to go to Queens University.
Dusk was starting to set in and so we had to rush back to the Congress Bridge to see the Bats. It is estimated that 1.5million bats live under the bridge and they all come out at dusk to feed. Was a pretty cool sight and a nice ending to our time in Austin.