Value Place Austin (Round Rock)
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... stuffing them into rental cars, taxis, trains, and boats. During our 6 week "practice run" last summer, we learned that airlines care far more how much your luggage weighs (it has to be less than 50 lbs. if you don't want to pay extra) than how many pieces you have. So we are using an extra duffle bag to distribute the weight of our four roller bags for our flights, and then repacking everything into our four suitcases when we land (at least ...
... it again!
We headed home after zip lining to shower and head out for the night. We were not in the mood to do the bar scene again so we booked tickets for a movie at the iPic Theater at The Domain.
Now, the Domain is WAY cool. It's a combination of shops and restaurants in one large area. You have literally everything you could ever want in this place. We were here later at ...
... What river?" even though there's only one river running through the city, the Colorado River -- not to be mistaken from the other Colorado River in my Home State that carves out the Grand Canyon and empties into the Gulf of California...if it does any more due to the drought. I wonder which city came up first with the slogan "Keep (Austin/Portland) Weird"? Anyway, for about $11 you get two pounds of spice-rubbed meat, briskets to be exact with ...
... to see it, so I will be eating, and drinking local brews during the movie. Rocking. I think I first heard of the Alamo drafthouse from one of my former movie crazed students, so it'll be sweet to actually go there. I think it's prolly a lot like McMenimans (never learned how to spell it..) in Portland though.
Oh. So this turned out to be a long one, but to be short. I already like Austin a lot and haven't even seen it yet really.
... truck with the words ‘ACL Rides’ sprayed on its windows, and a heavily-bearded young man asking if we wanted a lift for just $2. We did.
He didn’t seem to want anything out of his new-found business other than to add a few more pennies to his rent money this month, and offered insight on why Austin was the only place in Texas he could live because of its trees and water, unlike his native Houston that just has ‘concrete’. Whilst he ...