Days Inn Austin University / Downtown
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Jin and I were fortunate to be invited to a New Years Eve party in Austin by Jessica Skinner. We were very excited at the prospect of attending, however given the uncertainty of Jin's schedule we could not know if we would be able to attend until the very last minute. On the afternoon of the 31st, when it seemed like we could sneak away without …
Anyone who knows me will usually be able to tell you how much I hate the Dallas Cowboys. I have zero respect for anyone within that organization and I truly can't stand the players. Because of this, I had one goal when I went to Texas, to drive by AT&T Stadium or "Jerry World" and give it the finger. Thankfully, we had planned on going to a …
The state capitol is Austin
Two important cities are Houston and San Antonio
Year of statehood is 1845
State Motto is "Friendship"
State flower is Blue Bonnet
State bird is Mocking Bird
Nickname is "The Lonestar State"
Home to the best college on Earth (UT)
State mammal is the Armadillo
Home of the Alamo
State song is "Texas, Our Texas"
Current Population: 26,448,193
Total Square Miles: 268,601sq.mi
So we left New Orleans in good spirits (bar the psycho ex girlfriend woman!) and headed towards Austin, Texas. Arriving later that night, we found a trusty Walmart car park to stay in around 1 hour out of Austin. This was a good thing because we were both exhausted and hungover from the night before! You can't really feel like a proper camper cooking on a propane stove in a Walmart car park. And you have to be pretty sneaky and fast as we are not actually sure we ...
... condescendingly at us each time we passed it on the way to our room.
Kasia did some Google research and discovered a popular Mexican restaurant had a location at the airport so we bundled up and headed over to enjoy some tacos, enchiladas and the largest margarita one could ever hope to consume.
Afterwards we layed in bed wathing bad television (which is about 99% of everything on television) before falling ...