Motel 6 Austin - Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... Deanne and I took a stroll down to S Congress Street Bridge where the bats hang out...or under. Just before sunset we parked ourselves on the grassy knoll beside the river and took note of any possible bat snipers. The crowds were beginning to swell, entrepreneurs selling ice cream, water and bat cowls, children playing ball games without a bat, people singing bat songs:
"Bats the way, uh huh uh huh, I like it...."
"...and the bats in the cradle ...
... 8217;s killer backing up skills. After getting setup we headed out for one last drink before their reluctant departure. We found Warehouse Sports Bar, advertised as Austin’s premiere sports bar, in the industrial outskirts of Austin. We ordered a round, received some Mardi Gras beads and then headed to the airport to send Dave and Sam off with a teary goodbye.
Feeling a bit sad about Dave and Sam leaving we decided to return to the Travis ...
... eucalyptus, black Angus cattle instead of Hereford, all wood fences instead of 7 strands of wire.
Lunch was at a Texas Bar B Cue joint in Palestine. I was drawn to it by the large number of cars outside. The sandwich was delicious. Seems like everyone in town showed up for takeout or a meal. The owner's best friend (who had served in the Army then come home to work with his buddy) said it had been going for thirty years.
... to hear some live music at this really neat venue that was half inside
and half outside. The music reminded me of a youthful version of Lyle
Lovett's Big Band. We took some pictures, said our goodbyes and then
went home. The next morning Kara and I went to Joe's hit a taco stand
in South Austin and then collected the children and Grandma Kathy. We
drove to the airport said our goodbyes to Kathy and headed for New
Happy Mother's ...