Lake Austin Spa Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... turtles, I even got a selfie with a turtle - I made a friend in the hostel and decided to go out and experience some of that live music I'd heard so much about. Except it wasn't. I was told that the live music on 6th street happened much earlier in the evening. Never mind. Long island iced teas were $5 by the pitcher and I was soon making a tit of myself in another city. Ok, maybe that's being a bit too self-deprecating; starting a dance circle and ...
... and has an amazing breakfast menu and is fairly cheap and you get free refills on your drinks. We both got a nice big breakfast that would fill us for the rest of the day until dinner. After breakfast we walked up to the train station which is a mile up the road, the train runs straight to downtown, only to find the train doesn't run on a Sunday. I checked the bus routes and saw the 7 and 10 buses run to downtown. The bus stop for the 7 bus was just down ...
... 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 ...
... first time I had played pub golf, and for those of you who aren't aware it involves a score sheet with 9 holes- each hole is a bar you visit. Each 'hole' is assigned a certain drink with a par, so you have to drink your drink within the par (1=1gulp!) it was difficult explaining this to Aya but we got there in the end. It was a very fun night! I ran out of money on hole 6 with a score of -5 (lower is better like golf) including a hole in one on hole 2!! Hehehe ...