Austin Suites Hotel
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... t yet tried any of the wines from here yet.
Our hotel room was upgraded again to a very nice room. Pity we weren't staying very long. After cooling down we stopped to grab a rose wine and we headed for dinner & meeting folks at Chuy's, walking along the river. I grabbed a most enjoyed margarita and some food there.
After dinner we walked back along the river to our hotel, stopping into to drop off the wine then heading back out to wait ...
... didn't work so had to traipse all the way back to reception to have a new one made. As I finally got into the room and allowing for the time difference it had been as near as damn it 24 hours since the alarm went off in South Wales. Ah the joys of international travel ...
... including a picture behind a wooden microphone stand where we both pretended to give a speech and when there was no one else around, we started to jump and do weird walks. As you can probably tell, we were in a bit of an excitable mood. I think this is what Austin does to people. It was interesting to learn about the Capitol and the views from the top floor were really nice - lots of greenery in front on Austin's rustic city centre. After, we had a walk around ...
... 11 and headed to Austin with one stop in a small place called Johnston where we went to a diner to experience something of Texas. It was called Country Cupboard and very nice indeed. The menus were written on brown paper bags. Arrived to Austin and Andreas navigated beautifully and found the Super 8 motel which i had booked in the morning on the Internet; $ 112 for the two rooms total. Great value indeed and the rooms very good. ...
... doing). Plenty of Sharks on Discovery and Nat Geo.
I can't stop singing here. This is one of the most Lyman-friendly cities. Botanical Gardens, Lady Bird Lake, Zilker Park, Barton Springs Pool, Green Belt and Rock Climbing in the canyon on either side of dried up river beds.
While mountain biking down the Green Belt southwest of Barton Springs, a headless linen plaid manikin, with fuzzy orange nipple hair stared from its perch on ...