Super 8 Austin North
Travel Blogs from Austin
Couldn't pass through Roswell, curiosity got the better of us. The crash was in the 1940's but the town still using the alien encounter as their draw card. All the street lamps have alien heads. We visited the Roswell museum and have to admit it was very interesting and we both came away believing we have been visited by little people from another …
Once again: if you don't know have the curtesy of going to another person's site. This isn't for the public. So I went to Austin for the Association of Moving Image Archivists conference. I didn't want to go but I was sitting on the panel for Archiving the Action. It took me two and half months to physically and mentally prepare for that. There …
... at Cedar Breaks Campground about 2 pm. Jim was working the gate and didn't recognize us in our new "home". We got settled into our site and boy what a view (see pictures)! After getting settled in and eating dinner, we relaxed for a bit. About 8 pm Jim picked Bob up and took him on his rounds and I spent the time with Laura. Then after they got off we gathered at their friends parked next to us and ...
... in a city as great as Austin. Austin is funky,
the people are friendly and its size is very manageable without ever
being boring. The only negatives are July and August which are oven
hot, lack of access to great beaches and where do you go when you want
to leave Austin. Texas is big and it requires a flight out. We could
not wait for our time in Austin and the way the schedule worked out I
was going to be there for a week and Kara ...
roadside places in the South) so when Sonia mentioned a place called Veggie
Heaven in the nearby university area, we were sold right from the word ‘veggie’.
Although the interior wasn't heaven-like, the food was and I hope my carnivore
brothers will be proud that I ate prawn for the first time in 15 years......mock
prawn that is! After filling our stomachs we went to Shobu Masi’s house where
she and Masa were waiting for us. It was so nice ...