Travel Blogs from Austin
... see pictures), but they did not seem to be having any trouble. The rest of the day we just kind of relaxed. Bob reading and napping, me reading and napping, then dinner and watching a little TV. Tonight will be a repeat of last night. Tomorrow the plan is to go to brunch or lunch and then we will head for our sticks and bricks home. Thus brings to an end this 6-State adventure. Stay tuned for our next ...
... Capitol (which is considered the best looking one in the nation). At the Capitol the AFT teachers were picketing and meeting outside and inside. The capitol was packed but we were lucky that we got in the back door and had a nice tour. This legislature only meets every two years and passes a budget for two years at a time. Do you think RI should do this? RI has a million people and Texas has 26 million.
... br> Mar. 17, 2013
Big Ring Challenge
Mar. 24, 2013
Solavaca Cat Claw Challenge
Apr. 7, 2013
Bicycle Sport Shop Pace Bend Race
Apr. 21, 2013
Ric******* Bike Mart DORBA
Prayer Mountain Pedal
May 4, 2013
... and out, and it has good amenities. The surprising thing, though, is it really didn't seem that loud for a stadium with 100,000+ people yelling at critical parts of the game. Rating - 8 of 10.
Tailgating - This game had an 11am start, which certainly put a damper on tailgating. We arrived at about 9am at the ISU Club of Austin tailgate and barely had enough ...
... and refreshing in the summer and warm in the winter! We didn't end up going in though! Lynne then drove us to Congress Avenue, one of the main streets containing lots of boutique style and vintage shops, cafes and restaurants. On one side of the road there was just a long row of food trailers- metal vans selling everything from sushi to cupcakes. We browsed a couple of the shops, which sold eclectic stuff from around the world, bought a few souvenirs then drove to the Uni ...