Austin Friar Hotel
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... letters. The accused brother, respected widely, was shocked. The pity and concern which had been shown to Lady Belvedere was now being construed as a cover-up for an affair. To add to his consternation and to the horror of his wife, Lady Belvedere admitted the charge brought by her husband. Some accounts state that it was obtained by force, and that she brought by her husband. Some accounts state that it was obtained by force and that she ...
... and a large Georgian house. Of particular interest was the large folly, looking like a ruined abbey. The tale has it that the house was owned by two brothers who fell out. One left and built a larger house nearby, with its back to Belvedere, spoiling the view. So the first brother built this huge folly, known as the Jealous Wall, to block the view of the new house.
The house is now owned ...
I had a couchsurfing place in Austin and my first meeting with Eric and his daughter Charlotte was, to put it simply, strange. Eric is an artist type but not the type of artist I like, he is just strange for the sake of being strange, not the inspirational types I have met before who are into eclectic things because that is just who they are.
Anyway, I cooked them a vegan meal as a thanks for letting me stay. It was delicious I might just ...
... out a little more, Franny and I went to explore the beautiful big mansion and came upon a room with a grand piano that a man immediately sat down at and started to play, asking me to sing along.
We got invited that night to go listen to some jazz bands battling it out, but I felt like I had gotten my taste of Austin, and I had to rest up to hit the road the next day, back to 'Burque for a sweet second to catch up on laundry and the life that I had put on hold.
... to bed.
We awoke the next day and went out at about 11. We had been told last night that we should get a taxi into Austin because the bus took ages, and that you couldn’t get the bus back anyway. But the new girl on the desk told that the bus stop was right outside and would drop us right on 6th street. So it cost us a dollar, instead of 20. When we arrived on 6th street it was full of bars and clubs, ...