Wellesley Inn & Suites Austin Town Lake
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... of road straight as a bullet, an amazing feat of engineering, a breath taking exit from a breath taking city. I may live to eat my words, but as much as I'm anticipating our New York leg, for me, I don't think any city will top the one stop charm of New Orleans.
We pushed on thru Baton Rouge towards Lafayette, which takes one adjacent to Atchafalaya National Wildlife Reserve and across Lake Bigeaux swamp. Mile after mile of tiny emerald islands doming out of ...
... travelling I was pretty useless so happily passed out for the night, already dreaming of the breakfast burrito which had been promised for the morning!
Breakfast was at a cute little Mexican place with Maryann's aunt and uncle, 2 more ridiculously lovely people who I could happily have spent the whole day chatting away with and hearing their incredible stories. But Austin awaited and we set off to check out South Congress with its eclectic collection of ...
We spent 15 hours getting over to San Antonio where we then waited 7 hours in the train station overnight and finally caught the train to Austin. When we arrived it was pretty hot which was nice and we found a whole foods to sit outside and kill a few hours before getting to the accommodation. Whole foods is a very strange place, it's a mix between a supermarket, restaurant and takeout place. It has everything you could think of ...
... br> Hmmmmmm off the highway we go with 5 km till the hotel
As suspected when i check the motor the fan belt has grenaded all over the place.
Remember the spare parts i mentioned?
10 minutes and back on the road lol
Found a great deal place for dinner downtown, looks like wicked live bands here...
Tomorrow, first day off driving going swimming!
I hammed it up with some of the staff when I could and some of the other guests when opportunities presented themselves. It looked like everyone had a good time and all went without a hitch. This was one of those things that was more fun in hindsight simply because of the physical toll it took. I enjoy being part of familys' holiday traditions and I'm flattered that I'm the guy others trust to wear the mantles of these iconic characters.