TownePlace Suites Austin Northwest
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... off the freeway at the last minute etc but no one even blinks an eye lid. McKinley falls for a hike! Edged up in an another Motel 6 near San Marco tonight....got there and it was dark and face down in the pool was this short fat Mexican man..he didn't seem to be alive so I was just getting into life saver mode and up he pops and says hello! Stayed in with a giant pizza and watched Hart of Dixie...if was heavenly. Room was very snazzy too, didn't even smell of ...
... spot out in the middle of nowhere to pitch my tent for the night. From my spot I got the best view of the sunset and sunrise. While in Carlsbad I got to explore the Carlsbad Caverns, which was an awesome experience. From there I took off towards good ol' Texas.
I made the long desert drive through a not so pretty side of Texas...and of course of all places...my A/C started to go out in my car and I was driving on fumes. Thankfully, I MADE IT TO AUSTIN ...
... played guitar a neat way and had a old fashion looking dress etc. Really too bad she started so late cause that is why I went to this place.
Food seemed good to me. I had two tamales with beans some kind of green sauce a bit of salad and rice and of course an Austin amber. I'm not a Mexican food expert but it tasted good. We'll see in the morning.
la musica es nuestra alma
P.S. Doug is a little out of sorts today so I left him in the Zehrs bag.
... music and cheap beer for the university students, The Austin university has 52,000 students and apparently is the biggest one in the country. The foot ball stadium is about the 6th largest in the world housing 106,000 seats. And in true Texan style wanting to be one of the largest in the world, they are filling in the corner to add more seats to make them number 2 or 3 in the world. This ...
... but I am not completely convinced since the entire place is covered with outdoor carpeting, that is wet and baking in the sun, probably home to a bazillion bacteria. The only thing I could think of as to why they have the carpeting, was to keep the cement from getting too hot for everyone to walk on. The thing that I loved about the park though was the fact that many of the lazy rivers and pools used river ...