La Quinta Inn Austin University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... early French colonists were attempting to settle. I also learned that there were about a thousand Women Aviation Service Pilots (WASP) during WWII - sadly, although they were the first women to fly American military aircraft, they were given the dishonour of having to pay for their own journeys home at the conclusion of the war. My favourite permanent exhibit featured the Texas Centennial Exposition in 1936.
Next I visited ...
... roll, which confuses people, me at least, plus they didn't dress like the music sounded. They resembled uncomfortable accountants playing Texas two step round a water cooler. But, hey, they got my $10 and chances of Jimmy being at SXSW before me are pretty likely. More power to them.
August is peak season for uncomfortable accountants playing Texas two step round a water cooler. It's also peak season for bats (did I mention the bats?). On our last full night ...
... I had a list of places I wanted to get through) and last but certainly not least Franklin’s BBQ.
Franklin’s deserves it’s own special recognition. From everything I have read and everything that people have told me, Franklin’s is the best BBQ you can get. The brisket was best described to me as smoked meat flavored butter. With a description like that and an average wait of three hours standing in line, there was a lot of hype. ...
... the university and for some food before heading back to the beer strip to watch the Pride Parade.
That night we watched a live band in an Irish bar and eagerly anticipated our early exit the next morning.
Sun the 8th of September - 9am we are sat in Fado's Irish Bar - the only two Clare supports amongst an ever growing Cork crowd - they were part taking in a rent a crowd scheme though and had all the Dubs in for back up. The next 90 minutes were ...
... and it turns out he used to play with Stevie Ray Vaughn. He was crazy good so we stayed for about three hours. He would step off the stage and play while walking through crowd and he played right in front of us for about 45 minutes. Hillary was even quoted, "Man, that guy was cool." I agreed and went to further to say, "That was pretty crazy." This band made our trip to Austin. The downtown scene at night was also one ...