Super 8 Austin/Dtwn/Capitol Area
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It was an ok hotel but small not enought for 90 a night good view close to the UT school
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Officially heading west, we stop in Austin for one night only seeing as we've been before. Still, we hit the high points: Mexican food and Sixth Street for some music.
... a bit **** at mini golf but we both got better as the game went on. We didn't score but brad definitely would have won. After Golf we had lunch at Maccas and then walked on to Barton Springs pool. It was beautiful Pitty the weather wasn't warm enough to swim. We decided from here we would walk to a shopping mall we didn't think was to far away, turns out we had to ...
... the stage and their music just make my whole body shake and dance. Awesome.
After they played I had to sat down in the shadow a little bit as it was so hot and one of the ALC staff handed a free water bottle over to me (I must have looked really exhausted).
I also met some strange festival followers that offered me various things which I refused all before finally leaving the shade to ...
... organic everything, local pubs and restaurants, pretty much no franchises, a wide array of people looking differently, a cheese house (will try that later today, it must involve me eating cheese, right?).
Today it is still not muggy out, and a lil windy (still about 30 c out though..or more), so I'll try and walk out as much as possible downtown before collapsing and heading back (there's a cinema on the way back so chesse ...
... does the six feet come from?
Whilst walking along the road it started raining, which was great for Texas as it ended the worst drought in years, over ninety days without so much as a drop, but with no umbrella I was getting a bit wet, and to top it off my espadrilles that have survived on glue and plasters finally gave up. I was flapping like a clown as the soles smacked the ground seconds after I lifted my feet, and I eventually despaired, pulling them off ...