Value Place Austin (Round Rock)
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... water just on the begging of a river. Of corse when we arrived the sun was hiding behind the clouds. It was still a lot of fun we swam in he crystal-clear water, jumped and did some flips in it and hit on some girls from Texas. After all this Pool action we drove to the university of Texas. The Campus it self was not bad but Richard and I sneaked in the Football stadium which was awesome. We went in the stadium through an open entrance but from there you couldn't see ...
... at TX! Loved every minute of it! Since I've been once, we probably won't go back unless we happen to be in Austin with new people, but it's definitely a good 1.5-2 hour attraction you can take almost anyone too!
After the show we headed to some of the bars on 6th street and drank Lonestar's (couldn't be in TX and not!). We called it a night around 1:00 am, but not before heading to Roppolo's pizza for a late night snack! Good pizza!
Started the day by walking to the Austin Capitol Building. Its really cold! Not at all what I was expecting from Texas!
Had a wonderful dinner at a mexican restaurant down on Rainey Street, which is apparently the 'new Sixth Street'. All the bars are converted houses in what would have been a super quiet residential street, very ...
Austin was so much fun. The first day we got there early, so we checked out the Botanical gardens, on the outskirts, and it an awesome free experience. There were lots of plants and photo opts and a great time killer. Joe is a Texas State Patrolman, so we heard a lot of stories! His wife, Amanda was pregnant, but they let us stay with them in their spare bedroom. They had the sweetest little dog Daisy, and a big ole cat named Rocko! We went to the ...
... staff of Love Botswana Outreach Mission, their school and Royal Tree Lodge. Sadly, the Lackey's will be here in the states through August and won't be joining us in Botswana, but I'm certain their staff will be great hosts and guides for us.
So, watch for updates from the field! (I know . . . you were thinking that I'd have to stave off ...